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Top 10 Revolvers for Concealed Carry

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Revolvers can be a strong choice for concealed carry, as they're reliable and easy to use.

Not everyone loves using a small, semi-auto for concealed carry. As a matter of fact, there's a large crowd of shooters that will only carry revolvers for self-defense.

Of course, semi-autos might be more popular, but when you get down to ease of use and functionality, it's hard to beat a good ol' wheel gun.

So, if you're in the market for a concealed-carry revolver, these 10 guns are a great place to start.

10. Rossi 352: $299

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The Rossi 352 shoots .38 Special in a five-shot capacity. Simply remove the gun from its holster, cock back the trigger and you're ready to roll. It doesn't get much easier than that. However, seeing as this gun does have a hammer, some may not like it. But, considering this is a Rossi, it's a good gun.

9. Ruger GP11: $725

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This may be a lot of gun to conceal, but if you have to defend yourself, you want to win. That's where this small, palm-sized cannon comes into play. Firing .357 Magnum rounds out of a 3-inch barrel with a five-shot capacity, this gun won't let you down.

8. S&W Bodyguard 38: $469

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Probably one of the two or three most popular revolvers for concealed carry, the Bodyguard just won't let you down. The hammerless design won't get stuck in your pocket and the five-shot capacity of .38 Special ammo will make you feel safe and sound.

7. Ruger LCR-22: $499

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Wait... a .22? Yes. When it comes to a situation where you need a gun, any gun is better than no gun. The concealability of the LCR is second to none, and being able to produce one in a hurry can make the difference between life and death. What you might lose in stopping power, you'll gain in follow-up shots. The LCR allows for an eight-shot capacity of low recoil, highly accurate rounds.

6. Smith and Wesson 442: $749

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Looking for another hammerless option? Alongside other Smith & Wesson J-Frame models, this gun has gained a lot of popularity in the United States in regards to self-defense performance.

5. Taurus Protector: $615

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Who doesn't love a small .357 revolver that can be concealed super easily? Well, Taurus sure figured it out here. This small little pocket shooter only has a 2-inch barrel. After that, it fires five rounds of either .38 Special or .357 Magnum. Regardless of your choice, this is a good one.

4. North American Arms .22 Revolvers: $209

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The size of these revolvers alone will astonish you. The .22 Short pictured above has a barrel length of just 1.125 inches. Ultra-light and inexpensive, these not only make a great sidearm, but also eliminate any excuses for not being armed once and for all.

3. Ruger Super Redhawk: $1079

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Got some extra money laying around and want a gun that can put down the threat with one shot? Well, here you go. From bad guys to grizzly bears, or anything else between, this gun should have you covered. However, it'll be harder to conceal than others, but for a winter carry gun, go for it. You can get this gun chambered in .44 Magnum, .454 Casull or even .480 Ruger, all sporting a six-round capacity.

2. S&W Governor: $769

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When the situation is calling for it, reach for the Governor. Feel at ease knowing you will be firing .410 shotgun shells at the bad guy who won't know what to do when those rounds start going off. This gun just flat out overpowers about anything you would encounter.

1. Taurus Raging Bull: $641

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The .44 Magnum is a great round for self-defense. The problem is most guns that can fire this round are big, bulky and not designed to be concealed. Thankfully, Taurus has the Raging Bull. This gun can deliver a five- or six-round capacity of either .44 or .454, depending on your preference. Regardless of your choice, this is a gun you can trust your life with.

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