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    i vote p99

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    Sig P239. Single stack; DA/SA action; heavy enough to have very little recoil in 9mm; can get a "short trigger" to make it even more friendly for small hands.

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    I've got fairly small hands, especially for a guy my size. I just picked up an XD9SC. Fits great!

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    Took my wife's friend to the range last weekend because she had never shot a handgun. She is asian and has very small stubby hands. She did fine with my M&P9. I had the medium backstrap on there, but small probably would have been more comfortable. Nice to have that flexibility and have had no issues in about 1000 rounds.

    When my wife gets back we are supposed to shopping for a pistol for her.

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    i was about to say S&W MP models or CZ models. i have pretty thin hands
    myself and went with CZ model guns they fit my hand much better, had a glock 23 for awhile but didnt fit my hand well was a little thick in the palm
    for me.

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    Greetings.
    Check out the Smith and Wesson 3913, 908(budget model), or the CS9.
    They also have those sizes in larger calibers as well.
    Take care

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    Kahr's have small and slim pistols as well.

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    here is what my wifes 3913 looks like. She doesn't want to carry so I carry it. single stack 8+1 easily hidden. Low recoil.

    these are larger than the actual gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyatt View Post
    Try on the Kahr PM9 or the Keltec PF9 for size. They are smaller pocket guns in 9mm that fit small hands real well. Smaller than the typical subcompact.

    Something to keep in mind though for the petite person is that generally, the smaller and light weight the gun, the bigger the kick every time it goes bang. So using a smaller gun does require training and strength. A heavier gun (especially all metal) will generally shoot softer.

    Note: Don't construe there is any gun that does NOT require a proper amount of training and maintenance.
    I agree they are small!

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