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Diamondback DB380 vs P-3AT LCP TCP P380 P238 Bodyguard 380 Comparison

| Comparisons, Product Info | January 30, 2013

380 Pocket Pistol Size Comparison DB380 P380 P3AT LCP P238 Bodyguard 380 TCP

The Diamondback DB380 vs P-3AT LCP TCP P380 P238 Bodyguard 380 pocket pistol size comparison images are rendered in two pieces. The first and second images both align the guns on the back and bottom with the x and y axis. We simply created two images to try split up the number of pistols in an attempt to avoid some of the clutter.

If you are looking to buy the Diamondback DB380 this size comparison may help you out. The Diamondback DB380 .380 ACP pocket pistol is made in the USA more specifically Florida. It’s MSRP pricing is also right in line with it’s peers. The five cheapest we have listed are between $318-$430. The Sig Sauer P238 and the Kahr P380 cost quite a bit more than their peers. The Diamondback DB380 has a weight that is also competitive with it’s peers.

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Kel-Tec PF9 vs Sig P290 vs Ruger LC9 vs Kimber Solo Comparison

| Comparisons, Product Info | January 30, 2013

Sig Sauer P290 vs Kimber Solo vs Ruger LC9 vs Kel Tec PF9 Micro 9mm Pistol Comparison

Need help deciding which Micro 9 pistol to buy? This 9mm concealed carry pistol comparison will help you out.

Earlier we did a quick review of the micro 9mm pistols, but did not include the Kel-Tec PF9. Since then quite a few people requested that it be included. We reworked the comparison, now the Kel Tec PF9, Sig Sauer P290, Ruger LC9 and Kimber Solo each have their own comparison image.

The PF9 vs P290 vs LC9 vs Solo 9mm concealed carry pistol size comparison image is rendered with the back and bottom of the pistols lined up to the x and y axis.

In our humble opinion, not a single one of these firearms are designed to be a pocket pistol. A lot of people are quickly jumping at the idea of a 9mm over a .380 ACP and we can see why, but if your plans are to carry one of these nines in your pocket you may want to think again.

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Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan vs Smith & Wesson Governor Comparison

| Comparisons, Product Info | January 30, 2013

Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan vs Smith Wesson Governor Revolver Size Comparison

The Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan vs Smith & Wesson Governor revolver size comparison image is rendered with the forward portion of the trigger guard and the base of the actual triggers aligned.

For quite awhile we had a desire to create an image comparison of the Ruger Alaskan with other revolvers. So for the first comparison we put the Ruger Alaskan with the Smith & Wesson Governor.

Even though the Ruger Alaskan comes in noticeably shorter than the S&W Governor, it weighs quite a bit more. To be exact it weights 15.4 ounces more, which is just over 50% of the Governor’s total weight of 29.6 ounces.

Remember, the Alaskan is capable of dropping a Grizzly Bear so the comfort it affords you in bear country more than makes up for any discomfort created by it’s extra weight. On top of that the extra weight helps to steady the recoil of the Alaskan.

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Kimber 1911 Ultra Carry vs Kimber Solo Pistol Comparison

| Comparisons, Product Info | January 30, 2013

Kimber Ultra Carry vs Kimber Solo CCW Pistol Size Comparison

The Kimber 1911 Ultra Carry vs Kimber Solo concealed carry pistol size comparison image is rendered with the trigger guards lined up.

When Kimber Firearms released the 9mm Solo we started to wonder how the size of the Solo compared to the size of the Kimber Ultra Carry 1911. Both of these firearms are targeted towards concealed carry but pack much different rounds, 9mm for the Solo and .45 ACP for the Ultra Carry.

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Diamondback DB380 vs Taurus TCP Pistol Comparison

| Comparisons, Product Info | January 30, 2013

Diamondback DB 380 vs Taurus TCP 380 ACP Pocket Pistol Comparison with Triggers Aligned

The Diamondback DB380 vs Taurus TCP .380 ACP pocket pistol size comparison images are rendered one with the triggers aligned and one with the back and bottom of the pistols lined up on the x and y axis.

These two pistols are similar, but the Taurus TCP is slightly taller and longer. Those differences are very slight so you will most likely notice the size difference between the two trigger guards. The Diamondback trigger guard is shorter in both length and height.

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Diamondback DB380 vs Ruger LCP Pistol Comparison

| Comparisons, Product Info | January 30, 2013

Diamondback DB380 vs Ruger LCP 380 ACP Pistol Comparison Triggers Aligned

The Diamondback DB380 vs Ruger LCP .380 ACP pocket pistol size comparison images are rendered one with the triggers aligned and one with the back and bottom of the pistols lined up on the x and y axis.

The two pistols are very similar in terms of specifications. The main differernce comes when you look very closely and notice that the Diamondback pushes it’s trigger and mag well further back allowing for a slightly longer barrel length.

We have been impressed with the Diamondback Firearms DB380 and it’s ability to gain traction in the pocket pistol market. We expect to see continued growth now that they have teamed up with Taurus.

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S&W Bodyguard 380 vs Taurus TCP Pocket Pistol Comparison

| Comparisons, Product Info | January 26, 2013

Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380 vs Taurus TCP Pocket Pistol Comparison

The S&W Bodyguard 380 vs Taurus TCP .380 ACP pocket pistol size comparison image is rendered with the triggers aligned. These two are nearly identical especially when you take into account the space that the Bodyguard’s laser takes up.

The overall length of the two is exactly 5.25 inches each and a capacity of 6+1. The weight difference is only an additional 1.65 ounces on the Bodyguard 380 and that is probably what the laser weighs.

From this information it would be safe to say that if the TCP had a laser, these two .380 ACP pocket pistols would possibly have identicle specifications.

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Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380 vs Sig Sauer P238 Comparison

| Comparisons, Product Info | January 26, 2013

Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380 vs Sig Sauer P238 .380 ACP Pistol Comparison

The Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380 vs Sig Sauer P238 .380 ACP pistol size comparison image is rendered with the butt of the two pistols lined up.

You will notice that the Sig P238 is slightly longer than the S&W, by a quarter of an inch. The Sig is also a bit heavier than the Bodyguard. It adds an additional 3.35 ounces to the Smith & Wesson’s 11.85 ounces for a total of 15.2 ounces for the P238.

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Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380 vs Ruger LCP Pistol Comparison

| Comparisons, Product Info | January 25, 2013

Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380 vs Ruger LCP Pistol Comparison

The Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380 vs Ruger LCP pistol size comparison image is rendered with the triggers aligned. Two things to remember while looking at the difference in size is that the Bodyguard 380 has both a laser and finger extension. Both of these guns are .380 ACP pocket pistols with the same capacity of 6+1. Also, the weight difference between the two is due to the laser that we mentioned above.

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S&W Bodyguard 380 vs Kel-Tec P-3AT Pistol Comparison

| Comparisons, Product Info | January 25, 2013

Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380 vs Kel-Tec P-3AT Pistol Comparison

The S&W Bodyguard 380 vs Kel-Tec P-3AT pistol size comparison image is rendered with the triggers aligned. The image shows that the Kel-Tec is a bit smaller in size than the Bodyguard. However, you should keep in mind that the Bodyguard has the laser that takes up some space as well as the finger extension on the magazine.

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S&W Bodyguard 380 vs Kahr P380 Pistol Comparison

| Comparisons, Product Info | January 25, 2013

Smith Wesson Bodyguard 380 Pistol vs Kahr P380 Pistol

The S&W Bodyguard 380 vs Kahr P380 pistol size comparison image is rendered with the triggers aligned. Both of these .380 ACP Pocket Pistols are great firearms. They are easily concealed and high quality guns.

For a lot of us price plays a big part in our purchase decisions, especially when both firearms are good quality. It’s not as if one of these is significantly better or worse than the other. With that in mind there is a good chance that you will purchase the Smith & Wesson Bodyguard. However, if price is not a major factor for you then we recommend you get to your shop and see how the two pistols feel in your hand.

We have mentioned before that our love of the customer service and warranty through S&W makes us a bit biased, but it’s hard to go wrong with either pistol here.

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Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380 vs 38 Comparison

| Comparisons, Product Info | January 25, 2013

Smith & Wesson Bodyguard .380 ACP Pistol vs .38 Revolver

The Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380 vs 38 size comparison image is rendered with the triggers aligned. The Bodyguard line of firearms through Smith & Wesson was created with a specific focus on concealed carry. We think the most interesting concept behind the Bodyguard is the fact that you can choose between a revolver and semi-auto pistol and still get the similar features focused towards every day carry.

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Taurus Judge Public Defender vs TCP

| Comparisons, Product Info | January 25, 2013

Taurus Judge Public Defender Revolver vs TCP 380 Pistol

The Taurus Judge Public Defender vs TCP pistol size comparison image is rendered with no true orientation because of the extreme size difference. Normally we line up the grips, triggers, or the muzzles in these comparison images. However, this comparison is to show just how significant the difference is between what some would consider the concealed carry version of the Judge and the pocket pistol .380 ACP size of the TCP.

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