Article Comparing Mouseguns

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    Article Comparing Mouseguns

    This is from 2008, back when the Ruger LCP was a bit scarce. Aside from that, what do you think? Warning: Seecamp and NAA owners might get offended.

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    Who is this NUT JOB? I don't have any of the guns mentioned, so I can't be offended by his comments. He seems to be a raving lunatic however. There is no congruity to his statements. What is the 40 cal comment about? He doesn't like them but he carries one because he worked on it? And he carries it for an emergency...not liking it and all. WOW is all I can say. And lastly, what on God's green earth do the pictures at the bottom have to do with ANYTHING?
    I think that the first line in my signature applies to this guy more than anybody that I have read (authors) or ever talked to. Yikes!!

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    This is good for amusement.

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    I assume that this guy is not locked up. If he is indeed free and walking the streets of Sugar Land, then I have to rethink my opinions of Texans and their disregard for their own safety
    I may even have to remove Texas from all of my GPS units and mapping software...don't want to end up there by mistake or a via en-route!
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    Wow. This reads like many of the letters to the editor in my little local paper. Hard to take someone who writes like that very seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpringerXD View Post
    This is from 2008, back when the Ruger LCP was a bit scarce. Aside from that, what do you think? Warning: Seecamp and NAA owners might get offended.

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    I believe last months Shooting Illustrated had an article about mouseguns actually .380's.
    They tested pretty much all the popular ones.
    Ruger
    Kel-tec
    SIg 238
    Rohrbah's
    etc......

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    I think Im 10% dumber for just reading that.
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    Yeah the second he recommended a .22LR Beretta as a viable defense gun he lost any credibility he already didn't have...

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    What Teddy does well is work on triggers...that's the truth.

    His opinions and deep held grudges have changed over the years and he has said so many silly, spitefull things that he's lost all credibility.

    His trigger work is competent.

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    Interesting
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ceapea View Post
    Who is this NUT JOB?
    He's not a nut job, he's an expert. He said so himself.

    Quote Originally Posted by GlockJS
    I think Im 10% dumber for just reading that.
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    Yeah,..I remember my first beer...
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Thanks for the insights, guys. Like you, I was very leery about his praise of the .22 for self defense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy W. View Post
    He's not a nut job, he's an expert. He said so himself.


    I heard a great definition of expert...

    "an expert is some one who learns more and more about less and less, until finally they know everything about nothing"

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    At least he is not bitter in his senior years.

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