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With so many CCW per­mit hold­ers clam­or­ing for pocket .380s, more com­pa­nies be­gan of­fer­ing sub­com­pacts. There are some great op­tions out there, but in my opinion, the Rem­ing­ton is a stand­out. At first blush, it looks like many of its com­peti­tors, but the RM380 has a num­ber of classlead­ing fea­tures. It’s easy to ma­nip­u­late the slide and the well-de­signed, am­bidex­trous mag­a­zine release. The beaver­tail de­sign is com­fort­able and en­cour­ages a high grip. With a flush fit and ex­tended mag­a­zine, you’ll be able to have full con­trol or max­i­mum con­ceal­a­bil­ity. This ham­mer-fired .380 has a long, heavy-but-smooth trig­ger pull, and although the sights are very ba­sic, the de­sign won’t snag when you draw.

This pis­tol mea­sures less than 1-inch wide and weighs just over 12 ounces, mak­ing it a great op­tion for con­ceal­ment under the light­est cloth­ing.

QUICK DATA Web: www.Rem­ing­ton.com MSRP: $436

Right: Rem­ing­ton The af­ford­able RM380 is a great lit­tle carry gun. It’s re­li­able, easy-to-op­er­ate and af­ford­able.

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