Smith & Wesson M&P Shield

Professor Bobby carries just what you need to get through the day and nothing extra. See what he’s chosen at Everyday Carry . . .

5 COMMENTS

  1. Bob Saget, you say? Wow, I’ll never laugh at Full House again.

    …Then again, I never laughed at Full House to begin with.

  2. Not even here, just advertising, I am new to firearms and am wanting to buy some sort of handgun for concealed carry. I am a woman of slight build and do not want something large and heavy, but yet something with enuff power to incapacitate an aggressor.

    • There’s always a trade off: you pack a micro 9mm like a Keltec PF9 (not recommended), it’s light and easy to carry but brutal on recoil when you shoot it. Or you carry a larger double stack, compact 9mm like an M&P9C, not as packable but vastly easier to shoot. If you’re new to guns that’s the key, get something that is fun to shoot for you. If you enjoy your range time, you’ll want to go often, but if you’re gritting your teeth thinking it’s gonna suck you’re never going to go.

      Just go to a local range that lets you rent an assortment of pistols and see what tickles your fancy. I personally think it’s better to start with a pistol you’re comfortable and accurate with and then figure out how to carry it.

      And tell anyone that tells you to buy a specific pistol to get bent. Entertain suggestions but ultimately the decision is yours alone.

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