Top 10 concealed carry firearms chambered in 9mm

Here are brief descriptions of the pros and cons of each of the top 10 concealed carry firearms chambered in 9mm:

  1. Glock 43:
    • Pros: Compact size, reliability, wide availability of accessories.
    • Cons: Limited capacity, no manual safety.
  2. SIG Sauer P365:
    • Pros: High capacity, compact size, excellent ergonomics.
    • Cons: Some early models had reliability issues.
  3. Smith & Wesson M&P Shield:
    • Pros: Slim profile, reliable, available with or without manual safety.
    • Cons: Limited capacity compared to some competitors.
  4. Springfield Armory XD-S:
    • Pros: Slim profile, variety of models and configurations.
    • Cons: Limited capacity, grip texture may be too aggressive for some.
  5. Ruger LC9s:
    • Pros: Slim and lightweight, smooth trigger.
    • Cons: Limited capacity, some users may find the trigger pull too heavy.
  6. Walther PPS M2:
    • Pros: Slim and ergonomic design, excellent trigger.
    • Cons: Limited capacity, slightly larger than some competitors.
  7. Beretta Nano:
    • Pros: Compact size, snag-free design.
    • Cons: Limited aftermarket support, smaller grip size.
  8. CZ P10 C:
    • Pros: Excellent ergonomics, high capacity, great trigger.
    • Cons: May be larger and heavier than some competitors.
  9. Kimber Micro 9:
    • Pros: Compact and lightweight, good build quality.
    • Cons: Limited capacity, higher price point.
  10. FN 509 Compact:
    • Pros: High capacity, ambidextrous controls, great grip texture.
    • Cons: Slightly larger and heavier than some competitors.

Please note that these pros and cons are general observations and individual experiences may vary. It is recommended to visit a reputable firearms dealer, handle and test-fire different options, and consider your personal preferences before making a decision.