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Old 03-15-2011, 07:46 PM   #11
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Or...as in my case...didn't duck fast enough.
geez then your either a slow criminal or a slow moron.
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Old 03-15-2011, 08:48 PM   #12
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geez then your either a slow criminal or a slow moron.
What? Ever heard of the word victim, LEO, or soldier?
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What? Ever heard of the word victim, LEO, or soldier?
damnit you ruined it. read up to what 762 was replying to
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I choose Door #2 hahaha
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What? Ever heard of the word victim, LEO, or soldier?
I've never known a criminal to use a .380. They usually use .22LR or 9mm in my experience.
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I've never known a criminal to use a .380. They usually use .22LR or 9mm in my experience.
ive found in my few years of LE .25auto was quite popular with the goblins as well.
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I've never known a criminal to use a .380. They usually use .22LR or 9mm in my experience.
While you're probably right that .380 isn't a common round for baddies to use, I know of at least one baddie that did. I was staring down the barrel of a .380 snub nose (sorry, I was 10 so I didn't get a brand/model....plus they look the same). I can tell you, though, that he had an FMJ bullet in there.
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While you're probably right that .380 isn't a common round for baddies to use, I know of at least one baddie that did. I was staring down the barrel of a .380 snub nose (sorry, I was 10 so I didn't get a brand/model....plus they look the same). I can tell you, though, that he had an FMJ bullet in there.
Hmmm... Snubnose... Must've been a .38 if it was a revolver... Just sayin'... Trying to keep our termination accurate as possible so browsing folks don't get TOO confused...
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I've never known a criminal to use a .380. They usually use .22LR or 9mm in my experience.
I didn't know criminals have so discriminating taste. LOL
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There are cases, though where clothing has filled the hollow area of a hollowpoint bullet, causing it to fail to expand. That usually happens with much heavier clothing than a T-shirt, but it does happen. And that can dramatically affect the damage the bullet will do internally.
In my TCP738, which is a BUG, I have the magazine alternately loaded with hollow point and FMJ, which hopefully is the best of both worlds. I figure seven well-placed rounds should be enough if ever necessary.
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