Taurus Judge

But it turns out the Judge may be even better suited to the mean streets than it is to the rough trail. Particularly when firing .410 shotshells loaded with 000 buckshot, the Judge packs a decisive wallop at close-quarters distances to end trouble.

Charter Arms Southpaw

For cloistered lefties, like myself, the Charter Arms Southpaw provides sanctuary. The cylinder and ejector rod swing out to the opposite side so the left-handed contortions (penance) during a reload are no longer required. It's really a reverse-configured version of the company's Undercover Lite.

Taurus 856 Hylite

At first glance, the Taurus 856 is not much different than its Model 85 mainstay concealed-carry revolver. The 856 is a small-frame, short-barreled revolver with external hammer, permitting single- or double-action fire.

Ruger LCR

The Ruger LCR is an interesting blend of features and materials from the world of handguns and is ideal for concealed carry.

Walther PPS Gallery

Check out the Walther PPS gallery

Maxpedition Jumbo Versipack

For those looking to carry a concealed handgun in warm weather without overdressing, Maxpedition's Jumbo Versipack is a great option. Plus, it allows you carry more than just your pistol.

Taurus 856 Hy-Lite Gallery

Taurus 856 Hy-Lite

Taurus Model 605 B2 Gallery

Taurus Model 605 B2

Olympic Arms Enforcer Gallery

Olympic Arms Enforcer

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