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Old 04-10-2011, 02:55 AM   #11
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Bought 1 of these, nice little pistol, da only with the long trigger pull. It kicks up when shot, but not harsh to shoot. It's light ad easily concealed and accurate.
Does it have second strike capability?
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I like them because it is a small package that delivers adequate firepower... I sometimes wonder about how effective a .380 round might be if not delivered to head or heart but 9mm is certainly a proven load... I also like the idea as my HD pistol is a 9mm, why not have a backup in the same caliber so I only have to shop for one type of ammo?!?!?!
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While I am debating my CCW and HD options, why not get one gun to do both... That way target practice is functional training for the weapon meant to protect your home and family... CCW weapons are often very different to shoot than full size frames or large guns and if not well practiced can be a better paperweight than life preserver...
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