Mouseguns???

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    I won't bet my life on a rimfire. The 380 is as light as I'll go for the brain stem shot. The brain is still too iffy. The brain stem is 100% instantly incapacitating and back of the bottom of the nose and between the ears and about the size of a lemmon. I will take a closer look at the Kahr 45, but the P3-AT was my BUG before it started living in my wife's pockets. I'm back to the NAA 380 for awhile. A 4" 1911 will always be my first thought and last resort. Like Clint Smith said, I won't confuse comfortable with comforting.
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    P3AT as backup to the 1911 and occasionally since we have so much warm weather it is even a primary backed up by my Kershaw Blur.

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    A mouse gun is better than no gun. The Mossad used .22 for assassinations with tremendous success.

    Here in the People's Republic of MA, deep cover is essential. This is perfect:



    The Seecamp .32 that I have is a thing of beauty. I love my 1911s, but in the corporate world the LWS .32 is far more practical.

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    I carry a bersa .380 in a fobus paddle holster when i go jogging, i just think something bigger would scream to my neighbors, "HE's GOT A GUN."

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    Keltec P3AT, never leave home without it. Unless the Kahr PM9 is in it's place.

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    The Kahr PM9 is as Mousy as I can go.!!!!!
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    Question Mossad

    Quote Originally Posted by Emoto
    The Mossad used .22 for assassinations with tremendous success.
    Yeah but they were pros, they got real close and they always got their target thru an eyeball.
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    all i can say is my personal limitations , once it drops below ppks/kahr pm size i am better off with a knife , i cannot place relyable hits on target anyway and with a kinfe i can bleed em out so to speak , anyway my mouse gun idea speaks to size not cal , tho i dont question anyone elses deffininition , i just know what works for me , oh and btw i dont want shot with that silly looking little .22 or .25 eitther lol

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    ExSoldier762 - I mix 'em up day by day, but I can say that when my wife & I go on our evening walks, I do drop my NAA "Shorty" Mini Magnum in my pocket (Yes, in a pocket holster). I carry it w/ 2 rnds. of "Snake Shot" (pronounced "Face Shot"), followed by 3 rnds of Ball.
    Seems to me the "Face Shot" would discourage any initial laughter to say the least..!

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    I have to admit, I've got a Sterling .25 for just such occasions.
    eschew obfuscation

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    I do have a P32 as my "always" gun, but so is one of my Gubmints.
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    Ummm... only if it's rocket-propelled.

    Bullets start to slow down from the moment they leave the barrel, due to friction with the air. Some bullets fired from long barrels start to slow before they exit the muzzle.

    I'm unaware of any that accelerate.


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    Where most other bullets take a few feet to get up to speed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tanksoldier
    Bullets start to slow down from the moment they leave the barrel, due to friction with the air.
    True...but when the targets face is a mere few feet from the muzzle, a .22 mag solid or hollowpoint ain't gonna bounce off a skull...
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    Quote Originally Posted by erh
    I carry it w/ 2 rnds. of "Snake Shot" (pronounced "Face Shot"), followed by 3 rnds of Ball.
    Seems to me the "Face Shot" would discourage any initial laughter to say the least..!
    I strongly suggest testing the snake shot on even small game.

    If it doesn't reliably kill rabbits, you don't want it for people.
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    For now, A Makarov.
    A 1911 conceals pretty well on me even under a tee.
    Will trade the Mak up for an ultra carry (yes I do like my Kimbers) soon as I get back to work.
    I also looked at the Kel-Tec .380 for my wife. It actually seems pretty decent but more important for her to have than for myself, at least she could and would shoot it. Oh, and the UC will have Laser Grips.

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