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9mm vs .45

This is a discussion on 9mm vs .45 within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; well, no sammyiam (obviously NOT your REAL name!)! there is still a small group of Amish craftsmen in rural Indiana who hand make revolvers for ...

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    well, no sammyiam (obviously NOT your REAL name!)!
    there is still a small group of Amish craftsmen in rural Indiana who hand make revolvers for a tiny group of people living in caves in Alabama, with whom I am proud to be numbered!
    So THERE!
    God Bless
    Six for sure...Uh, I mean Five. Five for sure..

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    Naw, 1873 was the last year a real revolver was introduced. Ever since then it's been downhill :D

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    Repeat after me 7.63x25, after all millions of Soviet soliders can't be wrong!

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    2nd that motion for 3 cheers

    Stephen Camp,

    This is a great forum...and you are one of the great contributors. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience with us students who still have lots of learning to do!

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    ...yet another outstanding S. A. Camp post/review.

    I do not feel undergunned in the slightest with the 9mm....and usually carry two (Kahrs) off-duty.
    USAF: Loving Our Obscene Amenities Since 1947

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    Mr Camp that was an excelent write up. That shed a lot of light on the caliber wars. Yes I feel bigger is better but only by a margin. Select the best load in caliber and practice practice and practice some more. We all know its shot placement in gun fighting that wins. And hope your shot hits first. Have a good one and be safe.

    Sixgun

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    .22lr was my first favorite..then my dad's old Hi Power..try a 9 at the range you won't regret it
    "You have enemies ? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life" Winston Churchill

    "I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason and intellect has intended us to forgo their use" Galileo Galilei

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