Agreed!Shot placement is much more important than caliber.
I'm always a bundle and combo fan! Enjoy the Moss, my boss has one with pistol grip, kind of fun to shoot.Glad I'm picking up my Mossberg 500 tomorrow. I was going to go with a handgun for home defense, but opted for the 12gauge with 18" AND 28" barrels. Gotta love the combo deals.
A buddy of mine has the 500 with the pistol grip. It's cool, but not practical for skeet shooting. It's cool though.BeyondTheBox said:I'm always a bundle and combo fan! Enjoy the Moss, my boss has one with pistol grip, kind of fun to shoot.
This sounds good to me. I keep either my Glock31 out, which has a TLR-1 for obvious reasons or my M&P 357Sig, which is my EDC . To me, no matter how much you shoot, in a high stress situation your first couple of rounds has a high probability of missing so mag capacity comes into play when I choose what to leave out . The XMD45 has plenty of knockdown and plenty of rounds if you miss. I don't personally care for a shotgun since you have to account for everything that comes out of the end of the barrel (legally).CHLChris said:.380 has a really good place for pocket guns (Ruger LCP, Kahr P380). Get any larger (Sig P238) and you might as well get into a 9mm. The small 9mm category is so large, I won't even bother listing any. I own a Kahr CM9, which is really small for IWB, but really not a pocket gun IMHO.
For home defense, there is absolutely no reason not to go big. You might as well go for as big as your heart desires. My beside gun is a XDm 4.5" 45acp. I chose 45acp because my research showed that the boom of the subsonic 45acp might be slightly less damaging to the ears than the crack of the supersonic 9mm.