The Comeback Cartridge: The .380 ACP
These .380s are the handgun choice for those looking to avoid trouble.
Enough Gun or Any Gun?
For many Americans who have made the personal decision to be responsible for their own personal protection, the .380 ACP is the cartridge of choice.
In the early decades of the 20th Century, a number of makers offered a new class of gun called the pocket pistol. These were among the very first semi-automatic pistols ever made and they attracted a great deal of attention. There were many makes offered—Browning, Beretta, Mauser, Walther, Astra Star, et.al., in Europe, but the American makes were fewer.
Mouse-Gunners Revel In New Found Respect
Mouse-gunners of the world, rejoice. Your day is here, your time is now. The moment is at hand for your pipsqueak hero, the .380 ACP, to claim its spot on the podium of popularity.
.380-What You Use to Fight Your Way to a Handgun
In our offices, we often discuss issues that matter—at least to us—such as carry guns. One American Rifleman staffer carries a Ruger LCP in .380 ACP with Winchester PDX1 on a daily basis.
The Taurus PT638 Pro SA .380 ACP
Are you looking for an accurate, low-recoil defensive pistol? Taurus has you covered.
Colt Mustang Pocketlite .380 ACP
The Mustang PocketLite proves that Colt can still produce a quality little gun.
Kimber Micro .380 ACP Pistol
The new Micro .380 ACP pistol from Kimber is a brand new model being rolled out for 2013.
Review: Glock G42 .380 ACP Pocket Pistol
One of the most trusted defensive pistol brands, Glock, has released its first truly pocketable, single-stack .380 pistol.