Let’s see those back up guns


#1

I carry a smith and Wesson model 36 for a back up. I know there’s better options out there but this gun has a special nostalgia to me. What are you guys running for ankle guns?


#2


If its good enough to back James Bond up, its good enough to be my back up for the last 4 years.


#3

I wouldn’t knock either for a primary weapon :+1:


#4

^ This.


#5

^ That.


#6

Just curious, does anyone use a Seecamp 380 auto with 6 rounds capacity, and smaller than my Samsung phone?


#7

Merlin7 those guns are slick. And supposedly they are built really well. I’ve never shot one I have a bodyguard with the laser that fills the pocket 380 roll. But if I got my hands on one I would definitely buy it.


#8

Yes, the Seecamps are 6+1 and will take most premium type rounds. I carry it in front pocket. I’ll get a photo with my walther PPK/S as comparison


#9

This is close comparison for you @Thatoneguy


#10

That’s pretty neat @Merlin7!


#11

The recoil on that thing is nuts.


#12

@Merlin7 they are pretty sweet. I didn’t realize they were that small.


#13

Mine is a customized Glock G42… stuffed with Underwood +p+ rounds…


#14


#15

Thanks, @Robert can tell you about a picture fiasco—in the past. I found the 380 to be much easier to shoot than my fore-runner in 32acp. Considering what it is designed for, it is incredibly useful. Also, with the 6+1 as hot as is needed, it seems worth a bit more. The 25acp model was first and no longer made, 32acp and 380 all dimensions are identical in size.

I’ll get off my soap-box now, obviously I like them. :grampa::sunglasses:


#16

My backup… Glock G42


#17


My staggered Underwood ammo :shushing_face::skull::skull_and_crossbones::boom:


#18

Browning 1911 380 rides backup from time to time./

Underwood/Buffalo Bore 380 the good stuff👍