I have four 380's currently a Colt Govt 380, Beretta 84, Bersa Thunder 380 Plus, and a Ruger LCP, and have previously owned the SIG P230, a Walther PK380, and a Taurus PT58HC. All were fine reliable weapons although built for different purposes. The ultimate for CC would be hands down the LCP although I believe your looking for something a bit larger. Next up in size is the Colt Government model 380, a great weapon but only available on the used market now as colt stopped making them some time ago, You may want to look at the SIG P238 or the new Colt Mustang (basicly the same pistol) though somewhat small in grip size. The Colts and P238 are single stacks and SA only, and must be carried cocked and locked just like a 1911. Next up in size are the SIG P230 and Walther PK380, both are single stacks but DA/SA, both are good reliable weapons, however if you have large hands the SIG P230 like the Walther PPK will give you a good case of slide or hammer bite as in both cases the slides rather close to the web of you hand and are not friendly to folks with large hands. I had no complaints with the Walther PK380 which I sold to make room in the safe for something else. Next up the size scale are the Beretta 84 and the Bersa Thunder Plus. Both are DA/SA firearms with double stack magazines, totally reliable although a bit heavy and some think a little thick in the grip, however this doesn't bother me because of the afore mentioned large hands and having 14 to 16 rounds on hand doesn't hurt matters either when dealing with goblins, here more is always better when were dealing with the 380.
The last up is the Taurus PT58HC which is a DA/SA with a 19 round mag, this pistol was 100% reliable, but was in the same size class as a full sized handgun kind of the same as a Beretta 92 compact except in 380 instead of 9mm so not very practicle. and was sold off again to make room.