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Produced as part of the Government Model Mk IV Series, this is a scaled down model chambered for the .380 auto cartridge, but retains the locked breech recoil action of the larger .45 Auto weapon, though it is not really necessary in this caliber. Unlike the larger .45 caliber Mk IV models, there is no grip safety.
Designed by John Browning and introduced by Fabrique Nationale of Belgium, this cartridge has achieved world-wide acceptance and has even been adopted as the standard pistol cartridge by several governments. One reason for the round's success is that it is the largest practical cartridge that can be easily adapted to small automatic pocket pistols. Ballistics fall far short of even the 9mm Luger, but still prove adequate for most self-defense situations. The round has established quite a niche position in this role, often being chosen over more traditional small calibers such as the .25 and .32 Autos.
.380 colt gov.
By DaveD on 11 Apr 2020
I have one in stainless, great small carry gun. Most think a .380 is underpowered, well. With modern defensive ammo, and also knowing a .380 round is the same diameter as a.9 mm. It just is not the case.
PS it will stop any man with 2 well placed shots.
By Chemo12 on 09 Jan 2020
I finally found one. It is a great pistol to shoot very solid .