Someone mentioned a Remington RM380... I had one. Past tense. It shoots great, and eats any ammo.
The problem is, that the steel recoil rod rides on the aluminum pocket in the frame.
Over time, that pocket wears out and soon you have a gun that will not work.
So if you don't intend to practice with it, it's a great gun.
Based upon my experience with standard pressure range ammo, I would estimate a total of 3,000 rounds.
- Folks from Remington may correct me since I am a user and not a seller.
I replaced the RM380 with a S&W 380 EZ (my abbreviation).
- I have not seen any wear in it and it DOES live up to the reputation of EZ
Personally, if Taurus would chamber the G2C in 380, I think it would be a no brainer though.
Wife ended up getting and loving a Bersa Thunder 380. The Sig P238 was great, but she's a safety consious shooter and carrying "cocked and locked" bothered her. The Bersa is a DA/SA with a safty. She liked that because it is the same as the SR22 that she's been shooting and carrying for over a year now. A nice soft shooter with a fixed barrel that she is very accurate with. Plus with the DA hammer, we practice with iDryfire and you don't have to rack the slide for each shot, (Sig does).
Are we there yet?
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