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  1. Iraqveteran, I plan to get a firearm for protection, the most things im nervous about is what does it feel like to fire a gun for the first time, do disabilities (in my case cerebral palsy) cause any differences (ie aim, balance stance etc) and is ricochet common? (I am kind of nervous that a bullet would ricochet at a range or something along those lines

  2. And, not that I follow guns, but isn't the S&W just a rip-off of the success of the Judge?
    As in they saw what their competitor had come up with and merely copied it?

  3. Why do the guns get cocked when you're not using them while you're talking about your wife? Is your neighbour visiting while you're busy?

  4. B-roll? Are you using a roll-to-roll editing suite? How cute. And archaic. Like the mentality of the system you were 'bought up' in (obviously I couldn't use the word developed).

  5. "You have to use the right firearm for the situation" — this already assumes that you even remotely even require a firearm for the situation.
    What happens when a burgler sees you pull out a gun in a half-asleep state? They pull out theirs. Fully awake.

  6. Why do people in the states have to think and worry so much about guns? Even at home? Are there orders of magnitudes more break ins in America than any other country in the world; or is it just that the people are that much different?
    I've been there a couple of times, and it seemed like quite a cool country. But I still remember all the guns.

  7. Hey man, I'm really sad right now because I can't fire a gun. I broke my arm. my trigger finger arm nonetheless so I really don't know how to shoot right now. if you have any tips I'd be super grateful

  8. I live in São Paulo (Brazil) and the law here is ridiculous, for exemple the shotgun's barrel 12G must have 24" inches. For a good mobility is too big…

  9. Do you have a few suggestions for good 9mm home defense round? I see you mentioned the Guard Dog load. Do you have more suggestions?

  10. You guys have no idea how lucky you are to be able to have a firearm in your home.. I live in The Netherlands, one time some old guy pushed a burglar off the stairs.. The burglar broke some ribs, charged the old man for attacking him and the police arrested the old man for it. To be honest: I'd rather blow the bastard's face off with a shotgun.

  11. What about when the bad guy kicks in your backdoor with four other buddies all wearing IIIA vests? I prefer to prepare for the worst case scenario, and a rifle caliber would make short work of vests w/o trauma plates.

  12. I'm kind of confused. I'm a newbie, but I have read around a bit. It would seem to me that an AR type with 5.56 rounds, suppressor, red dot, and mounted light would be the top choice. Add cheap night sight goggles.

    Suppression will keep supersonic rounds to (barely) safe sound levels without ear protection (which is still nice to have if possible) and avoid muzzle flash. Modern 5.56 rounds can kill through barriers. But these rounds are also not very dangerous AFTER they hit their targets, since they fragment or expand in the target. That's why you have a red dot. (Over-penetration is usually a problem only if you miss entirely, but in that case, who is going to be next to you to be nailed by your missed shot?)

    And of course, practice.

    What don't I understand?