Editor, The Armory Life
Mike, Thanks for posting another pleasant read.Hello all, here is today's article posted on TheArmoryLife.com. It is titled "Is the 911 .380 Too Heavy?" and can be found at https://www.thearmorylife.com/is-the-911-380-too-heavy/.
The 9mm 911 is a good 2.5 ounces heavier than the .380 911. But at 15.3 ounces, it’s still pretty light for a 9mm. Add the weight of the bullets and it will wind up a pretty good bit heavier than the .380 loaded. It’s amazing how much a few ounces and a few tenths in width can make in a carry situation...Good article Mike, but I know my 911 in 9mm is heavy, but not as heavy as my G26, I think also it depends on the bullet weight also for the weight, but all aside, I rather have a slightly heavy gun with me instead of no gun at all.
Nice. The P238 is basically the same gun. I almost got that, but I liked the features of the 911 for the price better. G10 grips and tritium sights standard. Either gun is a nice choice.Local store actually had a bunch of S&B FMJ .380 the other day at .50/rd, JHP (forget the flavor ) for about 1.25/rd. Not bad, really.
And I do like my Sig P238–yeah, not a 911, but it’s predecessor. Super soft shooting .380.
Mine was a discontinued model; came with tritium & hogue grips, and was cheaper than a 911 at the time.Nice. The P238 is basically the same gun. I almost got that, but I liked the features of the 911 for the price better. G10 grips and tritium sights standard. Either gun is a nice choice.