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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeb21 View Post
    Please make sure to also get some way of securing the handgun - weather it is a small gun safe or just a lockable gun case.
    Yes we have a biometric case that my dad gave me..

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    You should really take oneshot(jj) up on the class, and bring a box of 38special and 9mm when you go.

    Personally, if it's gonna stay in the house and not be carried I'd go with a pump shotgun. Idk what your budget is but a used 870 shouldn't run more than 300$, 20 gauge puts out a lot of power for its recoil, and with 12 you have a near unlimited choice of ammunition types to choose from.
    As far as .45 goes though, it's not hard to find a hollow point that'll expand to .65 and reach 18" of penetration.

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    The founding fathers would be shooting by now

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    Quote Originally Posted by oneshot View Post
    I will help with a class just contact me Just my 5 cents jj 850-572-6611
    Absolutely I'll hit you up tomorrow

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    6.8 SPCII Hog Slayer FrankT's Avatar
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    There all fixed up, never happened so fast! Welcome to the forum
    Vietnam Vet...Vets Helping Vets...To ALL who Serve: Thank You for your Service!
    The 6.8SPCII is the #1 choice for hunting deer and hogs with an AR15

    VETS for TRUMP 2020 ** KEEP AMERICA GREAT !! "VICTORY"

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    For home protection, first lay out a plan. Our home plan, is if someone was to brake in my family all move to one room in our home. This this room is a phone, flashlight and a glock. Glocks always go bang, is someone limp wrist it, they are simple to clear. There are no external safeties to think about. I would not want a 1911 for a house hold gun, they are to easy to fire. A 5 lb trigger single action is completely different then a 5 lb double action or a drop-point.

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    Opinions will always vary, and each of us must choose a weapon (or weapons) that we're proficient, comfortable and confident with. If there is a single "right" gun for everyone and every situation, every time, I don't know what it would be. I for one have 100% confidence in my 1911s, cocked 'n locked, whether for EDC or home defense. JMO & YMMV

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    6.8 SPCII Hog Slayer FrankT's Avatar
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    yeah there is no one gun or type of weapon for everyone, so use what you are more comfortable with and let others do the same.
    Vietnam Vet...Vets Helping Vets...To ALL who Serve: Thank You for your Service!
    The 6.8SPCII is the #1 choice for hunting deer and hogs with an AR15

    VETS for TRUMP 2020 ** KEEP AMERICA GREAT !! "VICTORY"

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