I've been following Caracal's entry into the US market with great interest. The product which is NOT available in the US yet is the subcompact model. However the specs for this SC model are provided on caracal.ae This pistol has a double stack mag with a capacity of 13 + 1. But here is the most interesting part, the SC is only 23.5 mm thick (which is .925") which makes it the thinnest double stack pistol in the World (the Kel Tec P11 is 1" thick). Even more interesting is that this thin double stack SC accepts both Caracal C and Caracal F magazines. The Model C and Model F pistols are also fairly thin, both are 1.1" which is thinner than a Glock. However, the interchangability of the magazines begs the question - Why didn't Caracal make the C and F .925" thick, like the SC? Is this a major missed opportunity? Imagine a 9mm double stack pistol with a capacity of 18 in the clip and one in the chamber that is as thin as a single stack 1911 or a 5 round Springfield XDs (plus one in the chamber)! Everybody knows that the thickness of the weapon is the most important dimension in concealability. Look at the pictures on the UAE website. The pistols seem to have a uniform thickness (slide and grip look to be the same width). I don't own a Caracal - yet. I've never had one in my hands. I've only read the specs and seen the pictures. Opinions?