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6 Responses to “Firearms Consulting”

  1. Bob Owens Says:

    Thanks for the link, Chance.

  2. Sid Says:

    So, Eeny-meany-miney-mo is no longer the industry standard?

  3. HL Says:

    My answer to that question is always the same: SCAR 17S.

  4. Kristophr Says:

    The industry standard is a .22lr pistol, and an NRA basic handgun and marksmanship class.

    After shooting for about 6 months, you will have a better idea of what you need than paying Bob here $100.

  5. Chas Says:

    Just walk into a gun store and say, “I need something that goes bang.” They’ll love you. Really they will. They might escort you out the door, but they’ll love you.

  6. Chas Says:

    Seriously, the best little home defense gun I’ve seen recently was a Remington 870, tactical 20 gauge. Extended magazine, and all black, but about the size of a .22. Very light and quick. More of a rapier than a saber, but speed on target has its place, and perhaps more of a place than we give it credit for. Who needs a gun that will stop a grizzly when it means taking longer to get a bead on Mr. Bad Guy? The window of opportunity where a gun will do you good is very small. A lighter, quicker, faster gun is a good thing. My Mossberg 590 may be getting replaced.

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