Here's a decent list of gun recommendations for our differently-abled brothers and sisters. Everyone, especially those who are an easy target for abuse, has the right to protect themselves from those who do them harm.
Since not all human beings behave and think as humans should, a lot of us are forced to use deadly weapons to protect ourselves from danger.
A gun is the only means for a disabled person to have a fighting chance against a charging attacker—all the more reason for them to be allowed to carry a firearm for defense. Evildoers shouldn't be given the luxury of taking advantage of the defenseless, so let's talk about some gun recommendations to even the scales for them.
Gun Recommendations for the Physically Impaired
1. Ruger LCR
The first handgun recommendation in our list is the Ruger LCR. It is ideal for individuals who find it hard to use their hands.
This firearm is very reliable, has a lightweight trigger pull, and is easy to use. It's also one of the best concealable handguns in the market today.
2. Beretta Tip Up Barrel
This handgun is another alternative for a weakened hand. It's capable of manual loading of ammunition by simply tipping up the barrel when unlocked.
With just a flick of a lever, you'll see if there's a bullet in the chamber as well as load and unload the gun.
3. Walter CCP 9mm
This Walther handgun has a technology that reduces recoil, which is great for a 9mm pistol.
The trigger pull is lightweight and has a magazine capacity of 8 rounds. It's a lot easier to reload compared to revolvers and has a smooth slide pull to get the gun ready to fire.
4. Glock 17
The idea behind the Glock 17 is simplicity. It's a striker-fired gun with no hammers to worry about.
This handgun's full auto feature could seem intimidating, but it's more controllable than people might think.
5. H&K P30
This handgun is a standard short recoil operated with a polymer frame. The P30 has a remarkable grip which comes with three backstraps.
You can set the grip to your preference, it's impossible not to comment on how comfortable this gun is.
6. Remington Model 51
This Remington has a slim profile that fits your hands so well.
The company took hundreds of hand molds to determine the optimal grip size and handle for this gun. It's a very reliable firearm and perfect for concealed carry as well.
The Luger is always praised for how it feels in the hand.
It has a low recoil, excellent grip, and a brilliant size that all come together for an extremely comfortable handgun. This gun is fantastic to shoot and perfect for protection.
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These handguns are not only known for their comfort and excellent grip, but are extremely reliable as well. The last thing anyone needs is a defensive firearm that fails in the face of danger. Most disabled people lack the physical capability to escape a possible attack. A reliable handgun would be the best tool for concealment and protection.
What do you think of these gun recommendations for persons with disabilities? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on August 1, 2017, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.