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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomN View Post
    Caliber wars make Baby Jesus cry.
    No ****.

    This has NEVER been discussed before in the history of the interweb!
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    What about 10mm? Good defense against two and four legged creatures!

    I think .40 is a good option, especially for concealed carry guns. Almost as many rounds as 9mm with superior ballistics.


    Again, how 'bout that 10mm!
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    .40 is such a great round. It's simply amazing. 10mm power in a 9mm package.

    CRIME, GUNS, AND VIDEOTAPE: A 40 Caliber Nightmare Is Caught On Tape.


    The bottom line remains, no bullet will do if you don't hit someone in something vital.
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    Wouldn't it be safe to say that there is no "magic" or best round? Hitting something vital does seem to be the key. How many times do you hear of someone being shot 8 times and surviving, only to also hear of someone dying from one shot from a .22. There was a shooting down here in Evansville where the cops shot a guy 8 times (with .45s) and he made it. No vital organs hit.
    It's hotter than Hades down here.

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    Shot placement is way way more important than caliber. Thank you, come again!
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    I favor the 40 for the simple fact that it has more take down power than a 9mm but you get the benefit of a lot of rounds. I think that was a good question to ask.

    Shot placement is great but when your mind is stressed small things become much more difficult. I like whoever said plan A shot placement then plan B the rest of the magazine plan C a new mag.

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    .45 Cal and not afraid to say it ffftt:
    It is what I feel I shoot best and it gives me comfort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BloodEclipse View Post
    It is what I feel I shoot best and it gives me comfort.
    Pretty sure that is what matters.

    (also, .38spl is the best round. )

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    9mm and .45 cal have both been around for what? something like a hundred years obviously they both have something going for them. The 10mm and .40 cal not so long but I bet they still can get the job done. The .22 will work with the right shot placement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogman View Post
    9mm and .45 cal have both been around for what? something like a hundred years obviously they both have something going for them. The 10mm and .40 cal not so long but I bet they still can get the job done. The .22 will work with the right shot placement.
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