My wife bought this gun because our Glock 42 didn't work well for her. Since Glock replaced the magazines and updated components, I have no problem shooting it but she had many Fail To Eject due to her wrist pain. She also had trouble with the tight slide and tight magazine spring. The Walther PK380 was very easy for her to load the magazine, rack the slide and due to the extra weight of the gun, she had no FTE or FTL. She had tighter groups and less recoil than the Glock as well. The gun is not a small easy to carry gun like the G42 but works well in her purse. Bottom line...what good is a CCW if it looks good and hides well if you can't use it to defend yourself? I may get one myself. - RHERSH
My wife really loves this pistol. I bought this for my wife and she has been out once to fire it. It is a pretty accurate pistol. She is hitting the target, most of the time, at 25 yards. She is just a small lady and she handles it really well. It is ideal for a smaller female. I would recommend it highly. - RONNIE
I'm really pleased with this .380: exactly what I was looking for. It is extremely light, small, and in particular is very narrow -- all of which lead to easy concealability. A bit pricey, but worth it. I've shot it once, and without a glitch of any kind over 136 rounds and two different types of ammo. Happy with the accuracy at 15 yards, as well. My understanding is that Crimson Trace is coming out with a laser guard for it, but a laser grip would be great -- hopefully, that's coming soon. Haven't decided upon a holster type yet (anke, IWB, pocket)...so far, just dropping it into a jacket pocket (though, coming warm weather will limit that). - E. A.