I had no idea.
That's one reason why trying to pursue the matter would be an exceptionally bad decision.
One can confidently assert that one is aware of no such evidence, but that's it.
My reason fo not carrying them is that I cannot imagine being...
An attorney would tell you that that is a 'business decision".
I'll tell you that it would be a bad one.
Not really....different issues and logic, or lack of it.
And it bears repeating.
Consider also that there are different kinds of instruction--basic firearms safety and handling, shooting...
A few suggestions:
Analyze what and where your market is.
Look at the competition.
Decide what particular products and services you intend to try...
That's a good point.
There are other examples of that phenomenon. I started out with a Smith and Wesson 642, because I though it compact and...
I would prefer to mitigate the risks that five shots will not suffice or ending up with an empty gun.
Where one is going and why are irrelevant.
I do not dislike revolvers.
I prefer a thin firearm with more capacity, a better trigger pull, and a longer sight radius than small defensive...
That applies to any firearm.
At the square range, shooing at a stationary target at seven yards, I shot either rather well, and I shot the...
I had the same experience.
You misquote me.
There is no S&W .357 that I would find comfortable to carry all day, that would meet my needs RE: capacity and shootability.
It results from a failure of deductive reasoning.
I was guilty of that when I first started carrying.
What is a "do everything" gun?
Separate names with a comma.