Ok I just read a thread where the scenario is do you grab your .380 thats in your pocket or do you go for the .45 on your back. Obviously go for whats quicker. But people are saying use the .380 till it runs out of ammo then go for the .45 to finish up. But my question is: Why even have a BUG if its not going to get the job done the first time (and therefore relying on another gun)? Wouldn't it just be smarter to carry a gun that gets the job done the first time? I think its a waste of time and resources to have a BUG that requires a bigger gun to back it up. I know its all about where and how you shoot (thats why we target practice), but IMHO I think you shouldn't have a smaller gun that relies on a bigger gun to get the job done. Just wantin some input. Don't rip me a new one lol! Because I was actually thinking about getting a BUG till I read that, then I really thought about it after I read the thread and came up with this conclusion. I'm new with pistols and carrying so my observation is probably juvenile. But any input would be appreciated and plus I think this is a good conversation piece.