This week's “Rifleman Review“ also comes from Springfield Armory, the 911, a single-action, semi-automatic .380 ACP pistol designed for concealed carry. It is a gun that makes extensive use of G10, including the trigger and backstrap.
One of the pioneering concealed-carry firearms of the modern era is the Seecamp. Once the choice of professionals as a back-up gun, the double-action-only .25 ACP Seecamp—a gun devoid of sights—is one of the most important guns to come out of the late 20th century.
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