Remington’s smallest personal-defense pistol is the truly pocket-sized RM380. This double-action-only semi-auto features all-metal construction with an aluminum frame for light weight and a blackened stainless steel slide for durability with enhanced corrosion resistance.
The ambidextrous magazine release drops the six-round magazine, which is either a flush-fitting mag designed to enhance deep concealment or a slightly extended magazine which includes a finger rest to help with an accuracy-enhancing, comfortable grip. The slide stop is subdued and snag-free, as are the fixed sights milled into the slide.
A very welcome design feature is the undercut triggerguard, which reduces fatigue on your middle finger from the triggerguard pressing against it (especially under recoil). To help you maintain control of the gun as you draw and fire multiple shots, the frontstrap is lightly checkered and the grips have a comfortable scale pattern, with ambidextrous scallops to help your trigger finger approach the trigger at a comfortable, optimum angle.
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