Via Dugan Ashley
I can only imagine they look like this:
Assorted hollow point expansion compared.
Anti-gun person yet again proving their absolute inability to think critically about a very important and life or death issue.
I have come to the decision that my next carry gun is going to be a DAO(Double Action Only) variant of the Ruger SP101.
Anonymous said: Why a revolver? What advantage does it have against a pistol?
I shoot better with revolvers and they have a bit more ‘ompf’ than typical/practical self loading handguns.
A few months back I was at a gun store that has a range out back and I was chatting with the store owner and he randomly asked me if I was wanted to go out back and shoot some various guns, so naturally I was quite happy to try some new stuff out. I don’t have much experience with revolvers, I only own one really antiquated one that is more of a paper weight than anything and I have I never been able to hit anything with it. To my surprise though, when the store owner handed my the Ruger LCR I was able to put a near perfect little group on the target which amazed me because I was not able to get consistent groups with my actual carry gun that day.
I am not saying I won’t carry pistols anymore, I still really like them but I want to try some new things out in terms of carry.
So now it’s just a matter of deciding if I want to go with the slightly larger/heavier revolver( in this case a Ruger SP101 which will have less recoil and is also DA/SA) or the smaller/lighter revolver(in this case a Ruger LCR which will have more recoil, less barrel length and only has a DAO option.) And I am really undecided right now because both have advantages and disadvantages.
I am debating getting a revolver as my next concealed carry gun.
I have narrowed it down to a .357(which I will mostly shoot .38 special out of but I like having the option of shooting .357 as well) and probably one of the following models:
Can anyone refute that firearms are the best self defense tool that currently exists?
Anyone know what the self defense laws in Texas are for private property?
A tense ordeal inside a Dollar General store in Orrville ended with a gunman dead at the hands of a customer who took action.
Had another idea for a home defense gun
This(a Saiga 12 or a VEPR 12 SBS with a folding stock)
Fitted with this magazine(20 round drum)
Loaded with these(Hexolit32)
Anonymous said: About the video on the CS/OC pistol (which are popular in France and Germany), I think the guy don't understand the concept of expanding gases. If he use it in a closed room, without wind to disperse it in the good direction, you'll be strongly punished (and the room decontamination will probably cost dearly). Another point : with blank ammo, the gun will cycle without problem. With most gas cartridges, it's not the case. For me, gas spray canisters are way more effective.
That’s kinda the way I was leaning as well.
I feel like a really good can of strong OC/CS would be more effective than that.
I was wondering what you guys think about carrying something like this in states where it’s illegal to carry a handgun for self defense.
Novelty or viable means of self defense?
Some of my carry guns.
Walther P1 9MM
FEG GKK-92c 9MM
STAR Model H .32ACP