is a former municipal police sergeant, USAF Officer and chief of security/safety officer for a large retirement and healthcare community. A former SWAT officer, crime prevention officer and both military and police firearms trainer, he is currently an instructor for LFI Judicious Use of Deadly Force, LFI Stressfire, and NRA and other defensive tactics disciplines. He currently trains police, military and private citizens. He is a charter member of ILEETA and a member of IALEFI. Steve Denney
Overall, I think the Bodyguard 38 has a great deal of potential, but it needs more work. For now, I'll stick with my trusty J-frames for backup carry.
All in all, the Bodyguard 380 is certainly worth serious consideration, for those who are looking for this type of pistol. I think it will live up to its Bodyguard heritage.
Here, in no particular order, is the latest info from my sources at Glock.
The challenge is to turn a stupid comment into a smart decision.
If grip size and shape are not important, we would not have been adapting them for as long as police have been carrying guns.
It is simple, but it's not easy!
It is not just a gun book for girls!
We will climb out of the hole and move on.
I'll tell you up front, the ammo people don't want to talk about it.
What's hot at SHOT is only relevant if it translates into effective, useful tools for the thin blue line.
If there is a problem, it is usually the workman and not the tools. But not always.
There is no substitute for having all of your brain cells front-and-center when danger threatens.
Can someone else run your gun ?
Guns that influenced safety designs; as technology evolved so did our concerns.
Can mechanical devices take the place of intelligence and training?
When helping her make the selection, never lose sight of the ultimate goal: it is for the protection of someone you love.
Is this really the way you want to do this?
Looking for a small, lightweight, easy shooting, reasonably priced revolver? Here it is. The LCR is going to be a hot seller for Ruger!
So many guns, so little time
Proper maintenance of firearms is a partnership between the officer and the agency.