Description: Here's an ad for a Springfield pistol emphasizing that "when you choose to carry concealed you need a pistol that's going to seamlessly blend into your daily routine without unnecessary size, weight or inconvenience." And here I believed you needed a pistol that you could shoot effectively and would have the best chance of stopping a criminal attack in its tracks. Why can't they be both? Some would have you believe that, but you simply give up too much when you go too small. Shootability goes away when you try to make a tiny gun do the work of a larger one that you can practice with and which will work under stress.
by Mark Freburg