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Old 03-10-2011, 06:57 PM   #21
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This might be true to some but im not a fan of the 9mm round. I have enough carry guns that i feel that a .308 would be fine. I have a .25 cc that at a threating distance would do what it needs to.
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I view a .380 as a target pistol only.
Not even very good for that!
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Old 03-10-2011, 07:34 PM   #23
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I have enough carry guns that i feel that a .308 would be fine.
I don't understand. You mean you carry more than one at a time?

I guess if you shoot six .380s at a time, one of them is bound to hit something.
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No i have other guns that i carry at differnt times and in diffrent sizes such as a glock 27 a taurus revolver ect ect. I dont cary more then one at a time. Like i said before i have a raven p-25 pistol that i carry from time to time and feel safe with it so a .308 should not be a problem. Plus in a self defense situation you dont need to be shooting far distances most of the time there within a few feet from you.
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This might be true to some but im not a fan of the 9mm round. I have enough carry guns that i feel that a .308 would be fine. I have a .25 cc that at a threating distance would do what it needs to.
Honestly, dude, if you are CCing a .308, you are not someone I would ever want to run into.

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Thanks evweyone who gave me there feedback. I think im going to go with the bersa thunder .380. It seems the grip might be better then that of the ruger lcp
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Honestly, dude, if you are CCing a .308, you are not someone I would ever want to run into.

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Yes, how do you conceal that barrel?
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I would hazard a guess.
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That 10rd. promag for $22.00 dollars....who makes that mag??...I think I'll look in to that.....
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ProMag makes the ProMag.

You can get 'em at Midway.

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