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That's not very good information. Sorry.

Look at the history of why the US gov't originally adopted the 45 acp, and why the FBI adopted the 10mm (even though they later found many of their agents couldn't handle the recoil)

Yes, a 22 will kill, but it's hardly a choice any informed person would make.

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Robin has a Walther PK380 that she loves, almost as much as her AK47.

Unless the person you're shooting has a superhuman pain tolerance, ANY bullet will take the fight out of them, if it doesn't kill them outright.

2 years ago here in Ohio there was a school shooting, google the name T.J. Lane and you can see the details of it. I bought the same handgun the shooter used with my next paycheck, a Ruger Mk3 Target, .22LR, because it was a live fire field test of the gun, which performed admirably in that psychotic murder. He emptied the 10 round magazine, aiming for the head with every shot. He got 6 hits, 2 died instantly, 3 went down in critical condition, 1 of those 3 died the next day, his sixth shot took a chunk out of a guy's ear. If that gun can do that much damage in a murder, then it's certainly viable as a self-defense weapon. Even without head shots, one or two .22LR bullets in the chest will eliminate that person as an active threat, unless they happen to be a pro-football linebacker on meth, then it might take 3 or 4 shots.

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"Who is going to risk angering someone who is armed with a deadly weapon?"

So, you are saying that a weapon is a deterrent to, oh say, a crime?

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If you like a PPK, you should check out a PPQ. It's got a sweet trigger.

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"There was an overwhelming sense of peace, safety, security, and respect in the restaurant. There is nothing like exercise of our 2nd Amendment rights to maintain order in our society."

And the left are the ones called tyrants?

Who is going to risk angering someone who is armed with a deadly weapon? Much less a group of people who have such weapons? So of course no one is going to call you out for being a group of cowards, who cannot go places without a small army to your back.

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".380- the caliber of choice for James Bond. "

I always like the PPK. I'm a big single action fan.

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Mississippi law permits open carry.

While having lunch at the Cracker Barrel one day in Jackson recently with Mrs. U and her kids and their kids, several other patrons (family patriarchs eating with their large families) displayed heat on their hips.

There was an overwhelming sense of peace, safety, security, and respect in the restaurant. There is nothing like exercise of our 2nd Amendment rights to maintain order in our society.

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.380- the caliber of choice for James Bond.

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Perfect and Goodnuff make excenlent points. First you have to work the gun, then you have to hit something. When I was looking I had 2 things in mind hunt and fishing protection was first, we go out someplace that are lonely and I want to stop something in its tracks, I bought a Rugar gs100 in 357 mag, It will do what I need I think and it is easy to use. Heavy enough to cushion the recoil and it is the smoothest trigger I tried. It is also a very well built gun. 2nd gun was to discourage muggers and zombies. I tried 9 mms but had a problem with a little arthoitis (spell check failed me) in my thumb. The wife also had a problem with the slide I stayed with a wheel gun a Rugar LCR 38 sp. With good ammo, same ballistics as a 9 and easy to point and shoot. For my next buy I will get her a 380 auto. in a compact. Not likely she will use it but a little noise in a parking lot after dark might mean the difference. Even the self defense shows say that stopping power is not the only thing to conceder. No one except maybe zombies would keep coming if they are getting hit by a 380.

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