That’s a pretty open ended qotueisn. There are tons of great guns out there for carry, especially as of the last 5 years. S W makes some great revolvers that are small and easy to carry. You have tons of autos the are easy to conceal as well. A little of it depends on your budget and experience level. I have a Kahr PM9 (wish I would have bought the .40) that is decent priced and very easy to carry in any attire, and is very accurate and reliable for a small pistol. I think at the top of my list now is the Kimber Ultra carry, but I still don’t recommend 1911 s to beginners. The Sig P239 is a great choice too. I would go to a good gun store (not a big chain) and just look at and feel as many as you can to help narrow it down a little. Find one that is comfortable in your hand. Don’t make the mistake of going too big because you’ll end up not carrying it. Holster selection is huge too for carry. Having the right holster is about as important as the pistol itself when it comes to carrying it comfortably.Edit: Well narrowing it down helps. I would suggest you look at the Kahr PM9 or PM40. They are double action, very reliable, have decent trigger pull, accurate and very easy to conceal because they are so small and light. The 9mm has very little recoil to boot. I would go with something in this size catagory for starting. As you get used to carrying and learn what’s comfortable to you, you can always move up. If you start with one too big , you will end up not carrying it near as much which defeats the purpose. I would advise against the double stack magazines because they do feel big and bulky, and can be hard to conceal in some attire. I also wouldn’t go below a 9mm because it does give you a lot more stopping power than the .380s without sacrificing much in size now-a-days. I’ve had my license for about 8 years now and carry everyday.
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