No. I don't know why they even bothered calling it compact, it's not. The mag count is bad for how big it is as well.
These are just my opinions so take them with what you want. I don't think having hammers on CC weapons is a good idea at all. It's something to snag on when you pull the gun out. Safeties that you have to move out of the way with your hand before you can fire are also bad on a CC weapon. The 92 has a full metal body which makes it very heavy compared to polymer framed pistols. When you carry a pistol around you notice the weight and carrying something heavy like the 92 and trying to conceal it would be a pain.
There is a reason why most conceal guns are the way they are. They're lightweight, comfortable, and easy to draw and fire. The 92 is neither of those. Anyways whatever you feel comfortable carrying and shoot accurately is the best for you, but I think there are many other guns out there better than a 92 that's been slimmed down 3/4 of an inch. I carry a Springfield XD9 subcompact and I'm very happy with it. Something to look at. All compact glocks are great weapons as well.
>>28430408 >I don't think having hammers on CC weapons is a good idea at all. It's something to snag on when you pull the gun out. Wrong >Safeties that you have to move out of the way with your hand before you can fire are also bad on a CC weapon Wrong >They're lightweight, comfortable, and easy to draw and fire. The 92 is neither of those Wrong
I'm not saying that it's the most convenient weapon to conceal carry, but having experience carrying one, I can say that the hammer never snags, the safety doesn't slow you down one bit, and it's easy as fuck to draw and fire.
>>28432438 >long DA pull It's not much different than any modern day DA pull, give or take some. Also, lighter springs are dirt fucking cheap. >slide mounted safety The dumbest argument surrounding 92s. They are just as easy to use as any frame safety and, contrary to popular belief, do not engage when you rack the slide. >heavy >wide All personal preference. And the compact is easily concealed with proper placement in standard summer wear. >permanent front sight A minor inconvenience, but it is still very possible to swap sights by just mailing the slide into whatever company >low capacity 13+1 really isn't that low of a capacity. If you're not able to hit what you're shooting at with 14 rounds, you're probably fucked anyways. Also, Mec-gar mags. >exposed trigger mech Wut
Is this the ideal CC handgun, not even close. It is a full sized military sidearm but it can easily be concealed. I can and have concealed the thing in thirt and basketball shorts. People are much less observant than most people realize. Don't act like you have a gun and nobody will notice you do. Printing is overhyped nonsense for the most part. If you want deep cover go subcompact. Or micro with an lcp or something like that.
Just some friendly CC advice to ANYONE who has never cc'd before: start with the smallest gun you can - loads of decent .380 pistols out there and they are at very competitive prices, considering the craze right now. THEN make a decision for a larger gun. You won't feel comfortable at all the first couple weeks of carrying, and you'll be really fidgety more often than not - always checking to see if you're printing or flashing. Once you get past that, they're relatively easy to sell or trade out for a bigger gun that you feel more comfortable with, if you choose to not keep it as a backup.
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