Mine are two: a tiny .22 Beretta auto in a pocket holster that looks like a wallet when I pull it out with my hand on the grip. It's not considered much protection, but a concealed-carry instructor once complimented me on the number and location of rounds I put on the target. In hot 95F weather with matching humidity, it's practical.
The second is a heavy Ruger 2.25" 101 357 in either a pocket holster or an inside-the-belt holster. Since I don't like the bite of full-house 357 loads, I load it with milder 200 grain heavies that work very well in my target-effect tests. The heavies end up sideways at the end of the journey.
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