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Old 11-12-2006, 03:25 PM   #1
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Old 11-12-2006, 03:26 PM   #2
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Old 11-12-2006, 03:30 PM   #3
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i shot a chow(dog) that was killing out goats and chickens at my dads ranch in the head 3 times with a .25 pistol and none penetrated... amazing that a human can do the same with a .32
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Semi off topic, but that's the main reason I won't carry a sidearm with a caliber that's lower than .40.
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is it ok to carry two 22's , that adds up to .44
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is it ok to carry two 22's , that adds up to .44
well he put 6 .32 cal into her head.. so yea either she is related to a horse.. or she is very lucky!
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I carry .40 in my bag and a NAA .22 mag in my front pocket.
Sometimes I carry the .32 in place of the .22.
the .32 and the .40 are loaded with grenade ammo
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I've seen .380 ammo not penetrate a thick coat. I've also seen 9mm bounce off a guys skull at a range of less than 7'.

Scooter, the .22, even with frag rounds in it, may kill someone eventually, unfortunately if they are also armed they may be able to pop a round or two into you.
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I prefer my Browning Eclipse with a set of 6 Viper venom 4 blade spiral Broadheads, they stop 200# hogs dead in thier tracks, they will stop anything. but it wont quite fit in my pocket :icon_bigg
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I've seen .380 ammo not penetrate a thick coat. I've also seen 9mm bounce off a guys skull at a range of less than 7'.

Scooter, the .22, even with frag rounds in it, may kill someone eventually, unfortunately if they are also armed they may be able to pop a round or two into you.
thats the sad fact of small ammo. it will penetrate and bounce around and do fatal damage, but its not a "stopper" no doubt.
Thats why I like the .40, it comes zippity , penetrating quick and hits like a sledge on crack with the RBCD ammo.
cold weather is upon us, now the .40 is easily hid, and perps have thicker clothes on. two reasons to carry large

I've got a great short vid of a water jug we shot here at work with a .40 RBCD and Sol slowed it down so you can see the actual explosion. Anybody wanna host it? I'll send it, I'm on the work puter and I cant access my muddyjeep uploader to do it myself
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