Okay, this opens up your selection criteria considerably. I would suggest you best bet in beginning your search is to start visiting gun shops and especially large gun shows to get a feel for what's out there, what fits your hand and your needs, and then you'll be in a better position to begin reducing candidate offerings. The suggestion I would make as you go through this part of the process is to stay with quality..... and I might add, to keep an open mind.thanx I do appreciate your feedback,
with ultraconcealable, I mean a 'small' handgun to be carried in a holster, not so much visible in public,
and also not restricting my movement when doing physical work outside.
in this moment the following handguns are available to me:
glock 23 .40 sw
taurus pt7 pro .45
hk p2000 sk
walter pc 380 9mm
cz 75 compact
awaiting your recommendations ..!
Please remember that, even if you agree with it, this is still a personal opinion....A well-known writer in the gun culture, Boston T. Party flat out states that the Glock 23 is the best combat handgun you can carry...
Which is exactly why I qualified the statement with "His words, not mine". While there are some absolutes, the vast majority of decisions are based upon personal preferences... which is how it should be after all.Please remember that, even if you agree with it, this is still a personal opinion.
Other people, with other hands and bodies, may find that this personal opinion does not apply well to them.
That's why the questioner is advised to take these personal opinions as basic guidance, and from them construct a decision based upon actual hands-on use.
There are lots of properly-maintained guns which will always go "Bang!" when called upon, which deliver consistent practical accuracy, and which project sufficient power to be functionally protective when a difficulty arises.
The Glock is not the only gun which satisfies all of these criteria.