Very much like the Beretta .380 — with which I damned near shot a plain clothes cop a few decades ago.
I'm curious... A laser sight? Self-defense is usually up close and personal, whereas a sighting aid suggests shooting from a distance of 10 yards or more from your target. And the holster, which means CCW, where home defense wouldn't necessarily require a holster.
I mean, it's your business and your 2A right. But your choice of accessories hints at a more aggressive rationale.
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