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Cheap Handguns: 25 Quality Semi-Autos under $400

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Cheap Handguns: 25 Quality Semi-Autos under $400

The recent terror attacks, as well as the general insanity that consumes this great nation, has left a staggering impact on our citizens…we’re scared.  Gun sales have soared (recent article) and people everywhere are looking for cheap handguns for personal protection.

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Law Enforcement Officers all over the country are urging local citizens to arm themselves.  People from all walks of life; regardless of sex, race, religion, or political affiliation are gearing up.  Links to supporting articles are shown here and here.  So, I decided to start a series highlighting budget firearms…and the first installment is going to cover cheap handguns…more specifically, semi-automatic handguns.

I’d like to reiterate that “cheap” doesn’t equate to poor quality in this case.  I chose 25 quality semi-autos, from reputable companies, that fall within a modest budget of $400.  The prices used for reference were from Cheaper Than Dirt and Bud’s Gun Shop.

Both of these companies have a great reputation and large online stores.  All of the handguns listed were in stock at the time of writing this article (December 7, 2015).  I’ve also included the factory specifications, as well as review links to every single gun.

Grab your favorite beverage, kick back in your chair, and let’s get started!

Pick your poison: Choosing the right caliber

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Choosing a semi-auto handgun caliber, like most things, comes down to personal preference.  For a personal defense scenario, a person would ideally choose a caliber that has the most “stopping power”.  With that being said, stopping power isn’t the only thing to consider when choosing a handgun caliber.  You also need to consider recoil, weight, magazine capacity, and accuracy.  Shot placement, in my opinion, is the most important factor in personal defense. Here is a link to a great article by Richard Mann from AmericanRifleman.org that explains stopping power.

For this article, I’ve chosen a variety of semi-autos in the 4 most popular caliber options sold today.  These calibers are:  .380 ACP, 9mm Luger, .40 S&W, and .45 ACP.  There are some pros and cons to each of these calibers, and the best option for you may not be the best option for myself.  Bottom line….they all have the capability (and history) of stopping threats.

Below, I’ll list some specifics of each caliber to provide some more insight.  My best recommendation to you, is for you to go to your local range and fire each caliber for yourself.  If you’re new to handguns, you should start with the smallest caliber and work up from there.  Recoil management is a very personal preference, and you should choose the caliber you’re most comfortable and confident with.  It would be foolish to purchase and carry a .45 ACP if you’re not confident with it.

.380 ACP

The .380 ACP is a small and compact round, designed by John Browning and introduced to the US in 1908.  While it is the smallest and least powerful of the calibers chosen here, it is still an adequate choice for personal defense.  It’s small and lightweight design equates to a small and lightweight handgun assembly.  This means concealment is easier and more comfortable.

Small and compact .380’s are a great choice for women.  The .380s listed here can easily be concealed with Inside-The-Waist-Band (IWB) holsters, ankle holsters, handbags, or even in your pocket.  Also, the .380 ACP round will generally provide the least amount of recoil in this comparison.  Manufacturer design and particular ammunition choices will determine the amount of recoil transferred to the shooter.

For example, a properly designed 9mm from one manufacturer with a lighter load could provide less recoil than a different .380 option with a “hotter” load.  In most cases though, the .380 provides the least amount of recoil. Modern ammunition manufacturers have developed a number of rounds that are perfectly capable of stopping threats.  Rest assured, there’s not a single person walking this earth (that isn’t suicidal) that wants to be shot by a modern .380 ACP round.

So if you’re looking for compact size and low-recoil, the .380 ACP could be your best bet.  I would advise however, that you don’t rush in to the decision until you fire a similar handgun in a 9mm option.  If you can handle the recoil of a 9mm and if you shoot it just as well as a .380, the 9mm is a better choice.  While the .380 ACP is a perfectly adequate caliber for personal defense, the same setup in a 9mm will provide better results.

Here’s an AWESOME article by Grant Cunningham over at PersonalDefenseNetwork.com on highlighting the .380 ACP round and busting some myths about it.

9mm Luger

Quite possibly the most common caliber people choose for handguns…is the 9x19mm Parabellum.  It goes by many abbreviations; 9mm, 9x19mm, 9mm auto, etc…but it’s most widely designated by 9mm Luger.  It was originally designed by Austrian Georg Luger and released in Germany in 1902.  Since it’s inception, it has been used across the globe by countless military organizations, government agencies, and law enforcement offices.

The main advantage to the 9mm that is often included in debates, is magazine capacity.  Basically, given the same handgun dimensions, a 9mm version holds more ammunition.  I’m aware there have been ergonomic improvements of larger caliber handguns to increase magazine capacity, but in an “apples to apples” comparison…9mm handguns hold more ammunition.  Couple that with the ammunition improvements from basically every reputable manufacturer, and it’s hard to dispute it’s effectiveness.

Another advantage to the 9mm is cost…they’re flat out cheaper to shoot.  When comparing Federal Premium Hydra-Shok ammunition, which is a popular option for personal defense, the 9mm is cheaper than any of the popular calibers.  Given it’s size, history and wide popularity, it makes sense.  Lower material cost factored with supply and demand equals a less expensive product.

Recoil in modern 9mm handgun configurations is quite manageable for almost anyone.  As I mentioned before, I suggest test firing these calibers before making a final decision.  For someone that has smaller hands or who may lack in wrist/hand strength, the .380 ACP would be a better choice.  Well placed shots with a .380 ACP will be more effective than poor placed shots with a 9mm.

The 9mm is my personal choice for a defense handgun, but that doesn’t mean that you should run out and buy one.  I prefer the lower recoil, which allows for quicker, more accurate follow up shots on target.  Accurate shot placement to critical mass is the name of the game in personal defense…let modern ammunition take care of the rest.

Bottom line…the 9mm Luger has been vigorously tested in basically every form imaginable and proven itself time after time.  In fact, just last year, the FBI’s Training Facility released a report on the combat effectiveness of the 9mm round in comparison to the .40 S&W and .45 ACP.  Here is an article from SoldierSystems.net that highlights the data from the report.  It’s very much worth the read.

.40 Smith & Wesson

The .40 S&W caliber has an interesting history.  It was ultimately designed in 1990 by Smith and Wesson, as an alternative to the FBI’s standard issue .38 caliber revolvers.  In 1986 there was a shootout in Miami, Fl where perpetrators shot and killed 2 FBI agents and injured 5 more.  The FBI then decided to replace their traditional 6-round revolvers, in favor of a more modern, higher capacity semi-automatic.

During the testing, the FBI Firearms Training Unit’s Special Agent-in-Charge John Hall decided to include tests of the 10mm cartridge, supplying his personally owned Colt Delta Elite 10mm semi-automatic, and personally hand-loaded ammunition.  They developed a lighter load than any normal 10mm round that ended up meeting the qualifications they were looking for.  A projectile with similar ballistics, but much less recoil.

The Bureau then approached Smith & Wesson with the data and requested that they build a new firearm, based on the existing S&W 4506 that they were already producing.  With the ball in S&W’s court, they decided to basically “cut down” the existing 10mm round to alleviate wasted airspace inside the round and redesign the casing…thus the .40 S&W was born.   The .40 S&W was eventually adopted by numerous law enforcement agencies all across the country. If you’d like to read more about the .40 S&W, this Wikipedia page will contain everything you’d want to know.

As far as performance goes, the .40 S&W’s popularity by LEO’s cannot go unnoticed…it’s a contender.  Think of it as the “love child” of a 9mm Luger and a 10mm Auto.  It has the similar velocity and accuracy as a 9mm, with less recoil than the 10mm it was morphed from.

I’ve personally owned (and still own) several .40 S&W handguns, and I’d trust my life with one.  With that being said, I still prefer a 9mm handgun.  I have friends who shoot larger caliber handguns more accurately, and they prefer to carry them…and they should.  As I said before, being able to place your shots where you want to place them is the key.

.45 ACP

The .45 ACP is “the big dog” in the semi-automatic handgun popularity world.  Lots of people swear by it..praise it…and automatically denounce anything that isn’t chambered in it.  Bred from the brain of John Browning (the same man who designed the .380) in 1904, it was the caliber that the iconic M1911 sidearm was chambered in.  That handgun design is still one of the most popular (and expensive) handguns offered today.

The .45 ACP is currently offered in a wide variety of ammunition configurations to fit a number of parameters.  If you’re looking for stopping power, it certainly provides that.  That stopping power does however come at a cost.  The .45 ACP is a large, heavy round that doesn’t allow for high capacity configurations in a compact handgun.  Now there are high capacity, double stack handguns on the market…but they’re not small handguns and they’re not cheap handguns.

Another cost of that stopping power is recoil.  Single stack, compact handguns chambered in .45 ACP are going to have recoil…especially with a “hot” round.  Modern firearm design has improved recoil in newer offerings, but that also trickles on down the line, and the same can be said for smaller calibers.  Now if you’re from the “stopping power trumps recoil” school of thought, by all means…pack a .45.  They’ll leave a wicked hole in something.

Caliber Wrap-Up

So as you can see, you’ve got options to consider.  I’ve owned handguns in all of these calibers (and others), in all different kinds of configurations.  I’ve been on the 1911 .45 train, the Glock 9mm and .40 S&W train, and Ruger LCP .380 train, and there’s one thing for certain…any of these calibers can stop an attacker.  My advice to you, as said before, is to fire these calibers in a handgun that fits your hand well and judge for yourself.

Research your local area, find a local range that offers rental/demo handguns, and put in some range time.  Once you decide on a caliber, and a handgun for which to fire those projectiles…continue going to that range (or whatever range you prefer) and put in some more range time.  Shoot as much as your schedule and budget will allow.

Bring on those cheap handguns!

Now we get to the good stuff…the cheap handguns!  I’ll be breaking these down in subcategories by caliber, with a photo, specifications list, price, and a link to a review article of each particular model.  Let’s get to it!

.380 ACP Options

Ruger LCP  – $229.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Finish: Blue
  • Frame: Polymer
  • Grips: Black Polymer
  • Caliber: 380 ACP
  • Capacity: 6 + 1
  • Barrel Length: 2.75″
  • Overall Length: 5.16″
  • Rate Of Twist: 1-in-16″
  • Sights: Fixed Front & Rear
  • Overall Height: 3.6″
  • Overall Width: .820″

Here is a link to a review by Mike Searson at AmmoLand.com

Bersa Thunder – $262.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Frame: Alloy
  • Slide: Steel
  • Grip: Checkered Polymer
  • Finish: Black
  • Action: Single/Double
  • Caliber: .380 ACP
  • Barrel Length: 3.5″
  • Capacity: 7 + 1
  • Safety: Integral Locking System
  • Grips: Black
  • Sights: Fixed
  • Weight: 20 oz

Here is a link to a review by Terry Wieland at GunsAndAmmo.com

Smith & Wesson Bodyguard – $308.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Capacity: 6+1
  • Barrel Length: 2.75″
  • Frame Size: Compact
  • Action: Double Action Only
  • Front Sight: Stainless Steel
  • Rear Sight: Drift Adjustable
  • Grip: Polymer
  • Overall Length: 5.25″
  • Weight: 11.85 oz
  • Frame Material: Polymer
  • Finish: Matte Black

Here is a link to a review by Denis Prisbey at PersonalDefenseWorld.com

Kahr CW380 – $313.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Finish: Duo-Tone
  • Type: Semi-Automatic
  • Action: Double Action
  • Caliber: 380 ACP
  • Barrel Length: 2.5″
  • Capacity: 6 + 1
  • Safety: No Manual Safety
  • Grips: Black
  • Sights: Adjustable
  • Weight: 10.2 oz

Here is a link to a review by Mrgunsngear at ConcealedNation.org

Kahr CT380 – $314.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Caliber: 380 ACP
  • Capacity: 7+1
  • Operation: Double Action Only
  • Barrel: 3.0″
  • Twist: 1 – 16
  • Overall Length: 5.52″
  • Overall Height: 4.4″
  • Slide Width: .75″
  • Weight: 11.44 ounces (w/o magazine)
  • Grips: Textured polymer
  • Sights: Drift adjustable rear sight, fixed front sight
  • Finish: Black polymer frame, matte stainless steel slide

Here is a link to a review by Jacob Epstein at GunsAmerica.com

Bersa BP380CC – $331.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Caliber: 380 ACP
  • Action: Double Action Only
  • Capacity: 8+1
  • Barrel Length: 3.3″
  • Front Sight: Interchangeable Sig Sauer #8
  • Rear Sight: Interchangeable Glock rear sight
  • Finish: Matte Black
  • Grips: Integral to frame
  • Construction: Hi Impact Polymer Frame/Steel Slide
  • Safety: Integral Locking System, Firing Pin, Trigger
  • Weight: 21.5 oz.
  • Overall Length: 6.35″
  • Overall Height: 4.8″
  • Overall Width: .94″
  • Additional Features: Picatinny rail, polygonal rifling, loaded chamber indicator, ambidextrous magazine release

Here is a link to a review by PersonalDefenseWorld.com

9mm Luger Options

Taurus 709 Slim – $247.17 at Cheaper Than Dirt

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  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Barrel Length: 3″
  • Capacity: 7 + 1
  • Action: Single/double action
  • Frame: Checkered Polymer
  • Finish: Blue
  • Sights: Fixed
  • Overall Length: 6″
  • Weight: 19 oz

Here is a link to a review at AverageJoesHandgunReviews.blogspot.com

SCCY CPX2 – $275.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Receiver: 7075‐T6 aircraft grade heat treated aluminum alloy, machined from bar stock
  • Frame: Zytel Polymer
  • Sights: Adjustable rear sight, fixed front
  • Operation: Double Action Only
  • Barrel Length: 3.1″
  • Overall Height: 4″
  • Overall Length: 5.7″
  • Overall Width: 1″
  • Weight: 15oz

Here is a link to a review by Patrick Sweeney at GunsAndAmmo.com

Kahr CT9 – $299.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Capacity: 8+1
  • Operation: Double Action Only
  • Barrel: 3.965″
  • Twist: 1 – 10″ right-hand
  • Overall Length: 6.5″
  • Overall Height: 5.08″
  • Slide Width: 0.90″
  • Weight: Pistol 18.5 oz
  • Grips: Textured polymer
  • Sights: Adjustable rear sight, fixed front sight
  • Finish: Black polymer frame, matte stainless steel slide

Here is a link to a review at MajorPandemic.com

Kahr CW9 – $318.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Capacity: 7+1
  • Operation: Double Action Only
  • Barrel Length: 3.565″
  • Twist: 1-10″ right-hand
  • Overall Length: 5.9″
  • Overall Height: 4.5″
  • Slide Width: .90″
  • Weight: 15.8 ounces
  • Grips: Textured polymer
  • Sights: Drift adjustable rear sight, fixed front sight
  • Finish: Black polymer frame, matte stainless steel slide

Here is a link to a review by Richard Johnson at TheFirearmBlog.com

Kahr CM9 – $344.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Capacity: 6+1
  • Operation: Double Action Only
  • Barrel Length: 3.0″
  • Twist: 1 – 10 right-hand twist
  • Overall Length: 5.42″
  • Overall Height: 4.0″
  • Slide Width: .90″
  • Weight: 14 oz
  • Grips: Textured polymer
  • Sights: Adjustable rear sight, fixed front sight
  • Finish: Black polymer frame, matte stainless steel slide

Here is a link to a review by Wes Minton at TheTruthAboutGuns.com

Ruger LC9S Pro – $354.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Slide Material: Alloy Steel
  • Slide Finish: Blued
  • Barrel Material: Alloy Steel
  • Barrel Finish: Blued
  • Barrel Length: 3.12″
  • Overall Length: 6″
  • Overall Width: 0.90″
  • Overall Height: 4.50″
  • Weight: 17.2 oz
  • Sights: Drift Adjustable 3-Dot
  • Capacity: 7+1
  • Frame: Glass-Filled Nylon
  • Twist: 1:10″

Here is a link to a review at GunsAndAmmo.com

Smith & Wesson 9mm Shield – $372.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Capacity: 7 or 8 + 1
  • Barrel Length: 3.1″
  • Front Sight: Fixed White Dot
  • Rear Sight: Adjustable White 2-Dot
  • Overall Length: 6.1″
  • Frame Width: .95″
  • Overall Height: 4.6″
  • Weight: 19.0 oz
  • Frame Material: Polymer
  • Barrel/Slide Finish: Black 68 HRc

Here is a link to a review at GunsAndAmmo.com

.40 Smith & Wesson Options

Taurus 740 Slim – $264.39 at Cheaper Than Dirt

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  • Caliber: .40 S&W
  • Barrel Length: 3.20″
  • Capacity: 6 + 1
  • Operation: Double Action Only
  • Frame: Black Polymer
  • Slide: Stainless steel finish
  • Sights: Fixed front and adjustable rear sight
  • Overall Length: 6.24″
  • Weight: 19 oz

Here is a link to a review at GunsHolstersAndGear.com

Smith & Wesson SD40VE – $311.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Caliber: .40 S&W
  • Capacity: 14+1
  • Action: Striker Fired Action
  • Barrel Length: 4″
  • Front Sight: White Dot
  • Rear Sight: Fixed 2-Dot
  • Overall Length: 7.2″
  • Width: 1.29″
  • Weight: 22.7 oz
  • Grip: Textured Polymer
  • Frame Material: Polymer
  • Slide Material: Stainless Steel
  • Barrel Material: Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Two-Tone

Here is a link to a review at GunHolstersAndGear.com

Kahr CW40 – $316.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Caliber: .40 S&W
  • Capacity: 6+1
  • Operation: Double Action Only
  • Barrel: 3.6″
  • Twist: 1-16″ right-hand twist
  • Overall Length: 6.36″
  • Overall Height: 4.62″
  • Slide Width: .94″
  • Weight: 16.8 oz
  • Grips: Textured polymer
  • Sights: Adjustable rear sight, fixed front sight
  • Finish: Black polymer frame, matte stainless steel slide

Here is a link to a review at 40HandgunReviews.com

Kahr CT40 – $319.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Caliber: .40 S&W
  • Capacity: 7+1
  • Operation: Double Action Only
  • Barrel Length: 4.0″
  • Twist: 1 – 16″ right-hand twist
  • Overall Length: 6.5″
  • Overall Height: 5.13″
  • Slide Width: 0.94″
  • Weight: 21.8 oz
  • Grips: Textured polymer
  • Sights: Adjustable rear sight, fixed front sight
  • Finish: Black polymer frame, matte stainless steel slide

Here is a link to a review by B. Gil Horman at AmericanRifelman.org

Kahr CM40 – $340.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Caliber: .40 S&W
  • Capacity: 5+1
  • Operation: Double Action Only
  • Barrel: 3.1″
  • Twist: 1 – 16″ right-hand twist
  • Overall Length: 5.47″
  • Overall Height: 4.0″
  • Slide Width: .94″
  • Weight: 15.8 oz
  • Grips: Textured polymer
  • Sights: Adjustable rear sight, fixed front sight
  • Finish: Black polymer frame, matte stainless steel slide

Here is a link to a review by Daniel Terrill at Guns.com

Bersa BP40CC – $348.09 at Cheaper Than Dirt

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  • Caliber: .40 S&W
  • Barrel Length: 3.3″
  • Capacity: 7 + 1
  • Overall Length: 6.35″
  • Overall Height: 4.8″
  • Overall Width: .94″
  • Front Sight: Interchangeable Sig Sauer type
  • Rear Sight: Interchangeable Glock type
  • Grips: Integral to frame
  • Frame: High Impact Polymer
  • Weight: 21.5 oz

Here is a link to a review at GunHolstersAndGear.com

Smith & Wesson .40 Shield – $365.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Caliber: .40 S&W
  • Capacity: 6 or 7 + 1
  • Action: Striker Fire
  • Barrel Length: 3.1″
  • Front Sight: White Dot
  • Rear Sight: White 2-Dot
  • Overall Length: 6.1″
  • Frame Width: .95”
  • Overall Height: 4.6”
  • Weight: 19.0 oz
  • Frame Material: Polymer
  • Barrel/Slide Finish: Black 68 HRc

Here is a link to a review by James England at ConcealedNation.org

.45 ACP Options

Kahr CW45 – $313.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Caliber: .45 ACP
  • Capacity: 6+1
  • Operation: Double Action Only
  • Barrel: 3.64″
  • Twist: 1 – 16.38″ right-hand
  • Overall Length: 6.32″
  • Overall Height: 4.8″
  • Slide Width: 1.01″
  • Weight: 19.7 oz
  • Grips: Textured polymer
  • Sights: Adjustable rear sight, fixed front sight
  • Finish: Black polymer frame, matte stainless steel slide

Here is a link to a review by Paul Scarlata at PoliceMag.com

Kahr CT45 – $333.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Caliber: .45 ACP
  • Capacity: 7+1
  • Operation: Double Action Only
  • Barrel Length: 4.04″
  • Twist: 1 – 16.38″ right-hand
  • Overall Length: 6.57″
  • Overall Height: 5.25″
  • Slide Width: 1.01″
  • Weight: 23.7 oz
  • Grips: Textured polymer
  • Sights: Adjustable rear sight, fixed front sight
  • Finish: Black polymer frame, matte stainless steel slide

Here is a link to a review by Dave Higginbotham at GunsAmerica.com

Kahr CM45 – $340.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Caliber: .45 ACP
  • Capacity: 5+1
  • Operation: Double Action Only
  • Barrel Length: 3.24″
  • Twist: 1 – 16.38″ right-hand
  • Overall Length: 5.79″
  • Overall Height: 4.49″
  • Slide Width: 1.01″
  • Weight: 17.3 oz
  • Grips: Textured polymer
  • Sights: Adjustable rear sight, fixed front sight
  • Finish: Black polymer frame, matte stainless steel slide

Here is a link to a review by J.B Wood at DailyCaller.com

Bersa Thunder UC Pro – $388.00 at Bud’s Gun Shop

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  • Caliber: .45 ACP
  • Action: DA/SA
  • Capacity: 7+1
  • Barrel Length: 3.6″
  • Front Sight: Interchangeable Sig Sauer Type
  • Rear Sight: Interchangeable Sig Sauer Type
  • Finish: Duotone, Matte Black
  • Grips: Checkered Black Polymer
  • Construction: Alloy Frame / Steel Slide
  • Safety: Integral Locking System, Manual, Firing Pin
  • Weight: 27 oz
  • Overall Length: 6.8″
  • Overall Height: 5.1″
  • Width: 1.45″

Here is a link to a review by Daryl Dempsey at USACarry.com

Taurus PT 24/7 G2 – $399.00 at Cheaper Than Dirt

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  • Finish: Duo Tone
  • Caliber: .45 ACP
  • Grips: Checkered Polymer
  • Capacity: 12 +1
  • Weight: 27 oz
  • Barrel Length: 3.50″
  • Overall Height: 5.06″
  • Frame: Small
  • Width: 1.14″
  • Action: DA/SA
  • Front Sight: Fixed
  • Overall Length: 6.60″
  • Safety: Firing Pin Block,Firing pin coking indicator,Loaded Chamber Indicator,Trigger safety

Here is a link to a review by Chris Dumm at TheTruthAboutGuns.com

Whew! Let’s wrap it up

There ya have it folks!  25 options for cheap handguns that you can own today for less than $400.  I’m sure that most of you reading this are probably already gun owners, but maybe a few of you aren’t.  With all of the insanity our society is experiencing, arming yourself is a perfectly reasonable option to consider.  There’s nothing wrong with preparing yourself for unfortunate situations.

I hope you all enjoyed this article.  I put quite a lot of time in to this, and I would love for it to be read by as many people as possible.  If you found this article informative, resourceful, entertaining, or interesting in any way…it would mean a lot to me if you could share it in any way you can.  Feel free to blast it on social media and share it with your friends!