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LOL

The questions are for anyone, but I do think that 2 questions are a certain poster's limit to process.

Having said that, Robert's post reminded me of the scene in "Unforgiven" with Little Bill dead/dying on the floor. W.W. Beauchamp, the writer, begins discussing with Wil how he had just single handedly killed all the "bad guys'.

W.W. Beauchamp had many misconceptions about gun fights based on what he had read, and his interviews with "braggarts" involved in the "trade". He had absolutely no personal experience on the subject, but felt he knew how it was done and how people thought.

Does that sound familiar?

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Good, that silly statement begs more than 2 questions, Like just what dose he know about how something makes another feel? Where did he get the statistics that show gun toters are arrogant . When I an carrying concealed, I am more timid if anything. First I don't want anyone pointing and whispering "oooo he has a gun" and 2ndly I sure don't want to have to shoot anyone.

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"The confidence a weapon gives a person (thus why gun nuts cannot go to places without their weapons) makes the gun carrying individual arrogant."

That post begs 2 questions:

1) What do you consider a gun nut?

2) How would you recognize a gun nut?

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Perfect, I absolutely understand the point of aim in a self defense situation. To take a "head shot" in self defense is wrong because of the target size and not to mention if you shoot someone in the head purposely, it will most likely be deemed as an intent to kill, NOT to stop.

I also understand the "stopping power" concept. Because the recoil and muzzle jump on a typical .22 handgun is significantly less than a larger caliber handgun, it *should* be easier for a less experienced shooter to place several rounds from a .22 in the target faster than a larger caliber.

Three .22 rounds to center of mass are better than 0 rounds (i.e. misses) from a caliber with better stopping power.

Like I said before, you can't stop it if you can't hit it.

Just my opinion.

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I trust my super black hawk any day.

Mickey.

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Good

" Definitely not a first choice for a self defense weapon- not because of the stopping ability, but because of reliability."

Really! You know better. NOBODY instructs head shots. A 22 to body mass is not lethal enough to put an armed threat out

"BUT- something is better than nothing. "

Absolutely - but that's not justification for pushing a 22 for self-defense

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"I challenge you to a duel. These are the terms. I get my Ruger loaded with one round of .22LR. I get to shoot first and you must stand still for me to do that. After my one little shot, you may shoot me as many times as you like with the caliber of your choice. "

What kind of attacker would do that?? That's probably what happened in your school shooting.

You're ridiculous.

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Good:

There is a big difference between a gun and any of the objects you have just stated. The confidence a weapon gives a person (thus why gun nuts cannot go to places without their weapons) makes the gun carrying individual arrogant.

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Hopefully Robert will never start a conversation with someone holding a ball point pen. The discussion may get heated and Robert gets stabbed in the eye, penetrating to the brain and killing him.

Or a fork, or a table knife, or a bottle broken over his head, or....?

Yep, never start a discussion with someone unless their hands and feet are shackled.

Unless of course you have a Ninja Monkey as a bodyguard.

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In my experience, a .22 rimfire is probably the least reliable type of cartridge. I've had more .22 rimfires not go off than any other type of ammunition.

Eject the .22 round, turn it slightly, drop the hammer again, and it usually goes off. Definitely not a first choice for a self defense weapon- not because of the stopping ability, but because of reliability.

BUT- something is better than nothing.

Just sayin'...

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