Join Date: Dec 2002
Location: Central Illinois
Most handgun fights do not end with one shot, my opinion is that's why so many shots today in gun fights. Not enough stopping power. All the wonder nines are good for several shots per instance but, not good enough on stopping power. Two Detroit LEOs determined long ago the best one shot fight stopper was a .357 Magnum with 125 grain bullet by either Winchester or Remington.
I believe todays ammo(9mm, .380) with todays gun falls short of yesterday's standards but, predators travel in pacts. Consider how many shots in todays gunfights, that's why they call them gangs
Let the flames begin, Long live the .45ACP, Steve
"The Original Point and Click Interface was a Smith & Wesson." Life member of NRA, USPSA,ISRA,AF&AM #294 Mohamed's Shrine, and York Rite bodies of Bloomington Il. LIUNA #996 for the past 34 years,/now retired!