Exclusives Top Pocket Pistols Take a look at some of the top pocket pistols for your everyday carry needs! By Personal Defense World on December 6, 2013 Top Pocket Pistols Share this:Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Top Pocket Pistols - Homepage We’ve rounded up the top concealed carry pistols from Pocket Pistols – proving that size can indeed be deceiving. Take a look at some of the top pocket pistols for your everyday carry needs! Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 Previous Hornady’s ArmLock Box – VIDEO Next Preview: Street Smarts: Defeating Multiple Attackers From Our Partners Related posts: Top 15 Pocket Pistols for Self Defense Top Handguns of 2013 Infographic A 12 Pack of .380 Backup Guns Top 12 Compact Classics for CCW Self-Defense Show Comments Instructor354 Wow, not one mention of the Bersa 380 cc. They are consistently rated highest quality, extremely accurate, and virtually fail proof. Also, what’s with all the laser sighting on these things. Simply an add on to sell it to the street thugs to make it more like their video games. In reality, a laser sight is more harmful than useful in a defensive situation. 1. Most defensive gun fights happen fast and close range, and you need to fire instinctively, not do dead aims. 2. Even remembering you have a laser sight and then how to activate it waste precious time you likely do not have. 3. Having a laser sight means you will use and rely on it in practice, making you less accurate shooting instinctively. 4. In a real situation, if u do have the time to turn it on and try to use it, you will not likely be very calm about it. If you are shaking at all, that laser dot will be dancing all over the target. One quarter inch if shake at your short barrel will amplify to over a foot on your target 10feet away. yikesarama Agree about the Bersa but not about the laser. a,. For fast, close range gun fights the laser won’t make a difference. You can practice for just that situation by turning it off. b. But other situations you don’t mention (getting knocked to the ground, for ex., requiring you to fire at a super weird angle, maybe while being kicked) are excellent laser applications. c. There are already laser designs that activate automatically and holsters that will activate it when you pull the gun, so fiddling with on switches isn’t (or shouldn’t be) a problem, and d. For short-barreled guns, lasers can add accuracy like nobody’s business. Really excellent with a 2″ belly gun if you do have to shoot say 15′ when your adrenaline is going nuts. Obersaber Most powerful pocket pistol for 2014 is the Boberg XR45-S. Rated for .45acp+P and 45 SUPER. Bullpup design with very mild recoil and outstanding accuracy. AZKAHUNA Should the Walther PK380 be included also? Trey Walker Sig P238? C’mon. Which is identical to the colt… Maybe that’s why?