on the market today. smaller and lighter than many 380's, but with twice as much power. It's way too light, at 11 ozs, in my book. So I thinned down the sides of the butt and added screw estucheons and lead stock panels, bringing the weight up to 17 ozs. Now it's a lot more controlable. I rechambered it to 356TSW, and use my own bullets and loads. 45 gr split nose 2 segment bullet, at 2200 fps, for 500 ft lbs, but no more recoil than 115 grs at 870 fps, which is quite mild, actually. In a Kydex "spring plastic" holster of my own make, in a front pants pocket, it looks exactly like a wallet bulge. The "hand on gun in pocket" ready position is far faster than any ccw belt rig draw. Learn to sidestep quickly, as you draw, so that your attacker is slowed down by 1/4 second or more, because he has to shift his gun towards your new position, or else fire and miss you.