More Hellcat Data

Are you tired of Springfield Hellcat and Sig P365 posts? Is it Hellcat data overload?

No? Me either. Yes? Sorry.

As the two current heavyweight lightweights in the micro 9mm market it is what it is. The Glock G48 with the slim frame and longer grip pushes into the compact 1911 esk territory in my opinion, and while there is not a thing wrong with that and the pistols (both 1911 and G48) are very comfortable to shoot and carry I think it honestly leaves ‘micro’ 9mm territory.

So Forgotten Weapons takes on the two side by side. The Hellcat was obviously trying to jump into the P365’s space and your preferences are probably going to take one or the other more than functionally differentiating the two guns. We’ve got both here at GAT, and while I’m an avowed Sig fan I’m perfectly happy with the Hellcat. My review will reflect that.

If your personal thoughts, aesthetic biases, round count, sight option, any single feature of one or the other pistol could lead you to choose it. That’s fine. Promise. They’re proving to be the best two options in that space and they’re good at their jobs.

Keith Finch
Keith is the former Editor-in-Chief of GAT Marketing Agency, Inc. He got told there was a mountain of other things that needed doing, so he does those now and writes here when he can. A USMC Infantry Veteran and Small Arms and Artillery Technician, Keith covers the evolving training and technology from across the shooting industry. Teaching since 2009, he covers local concealed carry courses, intermediate and advanced rifle courses, handgun, red dot handgun, bullpups, AKs, and home defense courses for civilians, military client requests, and law enforcement client requests.