I plan on buying a .380 sometime this week, and wanted advice on which one is best for my needs. I've got 500+ rounds of reloads to shoot, which is the only reason I'm buying another gun in this caliber. Some of them are lead, so any gun with polygonal rifling is out. This isn't something that will ever be concealed, so size/weight doesn't matter at all. The only guns in this caliber I've owned was a keltec and hipoint. The hipoint was alright, but ugly....and it's a hipoint. Keltecs are too snappy. Ruger LCPs are out due to recoil too. I use to have a walther P22 and loved the looks and ergonomics of it, so I'm really thinking about a PK380. Bad thing about them is they're almost $400 from what I've seen, which is pretty much the absolute limit for what I will pay for a gun I'm just going to sell as soon as I finish shooting my reloads in. The .380 makarovs seem to be well liked, but most are more than I'm willing to pay, or further away than I'm willing to drive. I don't know much about TCPs, S&W bodyguards, or bersas, but I've read mixed reviews about all three of them. Sigs and berettas are way out of my price range. That's pretty much all the .380 pistols I know of that are readily available and in my price range. So, which one of these guns do you think is the softest recoiling, most reliable, most fun to shoot, and the one that will sell the quickest and hold it's value the best? Also, if anyone is selling a .380 for a decent price, I'm willing to drive anywhere between Eugene and Grants Pass for the right deal.