I have heard this and read it a couple of times lately that you should only choose a 45 acp if you are a expert with guns.
In one of the books the book was old enough and did say 45acp as in 1911 style.. But the newerbook said 45's in general becuse of the recoil equalling 357 mag they are hard to shoot..
Huh Did i miss something or am i more recoil tolerant than the next guy i dont then my 5" 1911 recoils anywhere near my 4" or 6" 357 mag.
Then i heard this in the gun shop the other day (not one i frequent) Where the Dim bulb behind the counter was trying to disuade the Customer from buying a 1911 loaded becuse the 1911 is a expert gun only and recoil is harsh..
Gun told him he wasnt going to back it that he carryed a 5 shot smith but wanted it to pratice and shoot some bowling pin matchs.
Finally he disuaded the guy from buying it and i saw him yesterday at gun shop i use the most buying a 1911 there..
So what do you think is a 45 a expert gun only again this was a blanket statement to cover glock's Hk's Rugers and anyother 45 auto .. I say no unless it is a 1911 then you should have more pratice training with it but still not a expert only gun ...
1911's I have 3 of them working on 4th not sure if im a expert either so what say yea
Guess i should take back the G-36 i bought yesterday if i believe these people huh :fce32f95: