Also, while I do NoT recommend you do it, I’ve shot 20 rounds of .380 perfecta fmj out of my keltec 9. Guess what, it functioned fine and no problem shooting 9mm immediately afterwards. It’s not a practice I would recommend but, in an emergency I will work and nooooooo one got hurt and no elmer keith fudd lovers can debate it. To say the TCP trigger is mush tells me you don’t know what you are talking about. It’s a smooth and consistent trigger the whole way. It’s so good the LCP gen 2 now had the same features. They finally lock to the rear on the last round, have improved sights and yeah no hurculean effort to pull their triggers. The TCP is the most underrated 380 on the market today. Period. Buy one on sale for $179 and get the Pearce extension. Break it i and grease the rails ever so slightly afterwards. They are phenomenally good if you shoot at all. Weighs oz empty and has a slightly longer barrel than most. Good to 15-20 yards as designed. Easy and consistent trigger. Goes boom with every pull and made in Miami. Grow up, read, try for yourself. They are excellent and are the least expensive out there. The new Ruger LCP now has the same features. Forget the LCP gen 1.
1. Redtail Catfish (Phractocephalus hemioliopterus) / Tiger Shovelnose Catfish (Phseudoplatystoma Faciatium) – I’d say easily the most popular Monster fish for Aquariums. These guys both get huge, over 4′ and 100lbs. The Hybrids also get just as large, often called RTC/TSN Hybrid. Make no mistake, the hybrids are all man made not wild caught. There are numerous Tiger Shovelnose species that have varying patterns. Some of those may be called Hybrids by mistake. Unless you’ve got a pond leave these guys alone, try a smaller species. There are plenty of them such as Raphael catfish and Pictus Catfish.