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Mauser HSc 380 ACP, $400

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The Mauser HSc is a small pistol, but it is hefty compared to newer polymer pocket pistols. The slide was easy to manipulate, and it was easy to control when firing, especially after it was broken in with about 100 rounds of FMJ ammo.

Mauser HSc 380 ACP, $400

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Shooters with large hands preferred shooting the HSc, but they preferred carrying the LCP.
The slide stayed open after the last round was fired, which shooters appreciated. It's a great visual so the shooter knows to reload.
The HSc's mag release is in the butt, European style. We preferred the standard location on the Ruger.

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