December 1st, 2017 by asjstaff

As you get older in age, your CCW pistol may not be the same as when you were young. Your hand strength may not be the same as it was.
Here are things to consider when choosing a handgun for concealed carry for seniors:

  • easy trigger pull
  • grip ergonomic
  • recoil
  • easy operation

There are many fine handguns to choose from but we’re narrowing it down to some great brands that fits the senior level criteria. Heres our top 5 concealed carry pistols for seniors:
Glock 26

One of the most popular for concealed carry and fits the criteria for seniors, especially the ergonomic grip ideal for weaker hand grip, dual recoil spring to lessen the recoil and last very easy to use.
Smith&Wesson M&P Shield

A lightweight pistol with single stack and spacious grip surface. The operation on it is very simple and single stack makes it more concealable.
Sig Sauer P250

Consider the best smoothest double action trigger, there is no external safety, just squeeze the trigger and go similar to having a revolver. Recoil control is easy to manage.
Ruger LCR .38 Special

This revolver is lighter than most stainless steel revolver, its friction reducing cam helps lesson the recoil and is very accurate.
Beretta Bobcat 21A

If your hand strength isn’t as it used to be, this pistol may seriously be the thing to have. Shoots a .22 long rifle and there is hardly any recoil. A tiny gun with very good grip surface.

So theres our choices of concealed carry pistols for seniors and some with partial physical disability.
If you have something else in mind why not let us know in the comment section below.

 

 
Sources: Glock, Smith&Wesson, Ruger, Beretta, Sig Sauer

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