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My .32 Guardian First-Aid Kit

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by SgtKnuckles, Nov 2, 2007.

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  1. SgtKnuckles

    SgtKnuckles Member

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    My .32 Guardian First-Aid Kit

    You should have the First-Aid Kit with you when ever your on the Road...<:))

    ~The Case And Items Inclosed Within~
    1) Case with Combination Lock...
    2) .32 Guardian Hot Round Loaded, with Silver Tips...
    3) 15 in one Multi-Tool...
    4) Survival Knife...
    5) 200 Rounds of Various Dangerous Munitions...

    ~Tasty .32 Guardian Combo~
    http://tinyurl.com/yttjrw
     
  2. goon

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    Great idea! I think I'd go with something a little bigger.
    Maybe an SP-101...
     
  3. 351 WINCHESTER

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    I've found the silvertips in the .32 to be a very wimppy load. If it does expand it's not going to give enough penetration. Try and get your hands on some better European ammo. They take the .32 more seriousley than we Americans. It's loaded hotter. Corbon makes the hottest h/p, but if it expands then penetration suffers. I have a kel tec p32 and if I use hollow points its subject to a "rim lock" situation which puts your pistol out of action, unless you have a spare mag. I'm guessing your pistol is also subject to rim lock - a bad thing.
     
  4. DAdams

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    Add to Kit

    Note to self. Add to kit.

    .357 revolver with Buffalo Bore 180 gr. LFN-GC (1400 fps ME 783 ft. lbs.)

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    Use .32 as BUG. ;)
     
  5. SgtKnuckles

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    351 WINCHESTER,... The Gel tells no lies...!!!...<:))
    Your right about penetration with a small caliber... Can't tear-up to much Red Meat with it, so you need to reach deep vital organs, like the Aorta, and Spleen to really Bleed out the BadGuy fast...<:))
    I also have Fiocchi 73gr FMJ's that get 15" in GEL... That makes that .32 pretty nasty... and them Corbons are also stingers...<:)) RimLock, a Kel-Tek finomina is cured by the Wolf 2 pound heavier Spring...
    GEL TEST
    http://tinyurl.com/yel7nu
     
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  6. SgtKnuckles

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    The Knife is sharp as a razor...<:))
    The Multi-Tool also has a matching black nylon sheath like the Knife...
    I thought it was a nice value...

    HomePage
    http://www.knivesplus.com/winchester-knives.html

    Winchester Knives: Winchester Big Wood Tool and Fixed Blade Knife Set, WN-46885
    http://www.knivesplus.com/winchester-knife-wn-46885.html

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    I used the top of the Case for the picture because its got a nice jet black Velveteen surface for a great Pic...<:)) The Case is deep enough that you can put a false floor in it to keep other supplys like First_Aid Munitions and cleaning stuff...<:)) I think the Case is a nice value...
    Also there is plenty of room for Big Snubbies in it to...Like a SP-101, or that NICE .357 above...<:))
    Bulldog Pistol Gun Case 11" x 9" Aluminum
    http://www.midwayusa.com/eproductpage.exe/showproduct?saleitemid=356470&t=11082005
     
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