This is a discussion on Mouseguns? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by copperdoc1
...how about working with someone that reloads and just toning your rounds down. A bullet does not have to be moving ...
March 24th, 2010 02:19 PM
I completely agree that you don't have to have a zippy round to do the job. But then again, if you are using reloads, then you are putting ALL of your faith in the person who reloads for you (i.e, whether you live or die if you get into a bad situation).
Originally Posted by copperdoc1
Using a major and respected ammo corporation that has high-tech equipment and has been doing high-end defensive (new) ammo manufacturing for decades has a lot more inherent guarantee that your gun will go BANG when you need it to.
IMHO, I think I'll take the pain of recoil rather than trust somewhat iffy reloads...
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