In the Gravest Extreme by Massad Ayoob should be read first. Then read whatever you want
The harder rifle primers could also cause ignition problems in some guns.
Please refer to the Beverly Hillbillies.
The policy for the service I was on was that we could not treat or be in close proximity to anyone with a dangerous weapon. Not that it was ever...
I think everyone should have at least one pocket gun. The 642 in a Don Hume pocket holster is my favorite.
Part of the scout concept was readily available ammo. That should rule out anything you can't get at x-mart.
You should use the water displacing oil that is made for the cleaner. Then use real gun oil to lube were needed.
One handgun that could do it all. I'm thinking a sp 101 with a 3 inch barrel.
Pay no more than $300. imo
I'd like a j-frame to sp-101 size revolver in a larger caliber maybe 41 special, or completely new like .375or .39 cal.
Shoooting a 30-30 or 7-30 from a Contender is pretty painless. Kinda loud though.
Last year I bought a new vexilar (fish finder)from Cabelas they also walked me out the door with that.
good triggers and maybe muzzle brakes
Revolvers are pretty standard in corrections mostly because there not issued to individual officers just checked out daily.
I've never had a 9mm that would not feed corbons 125+p.
My vote is for the K-9 (is that the original Kahr) It shoots like a much bigger gun than it really is. I did not like the 40's that ive tried.
I think the 45Gap will be as popular as the 41 AE.
put it right next to your flashlight.
HS-2000 (or similar)
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