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that's it. 15 ozs of canned .22 pistol and spare mag, too. The pair are so much more versatile than just a big, heavy, noisy centerfire belt pistol that there's simply no comparison. The 356 Split NOse ammo is many times as likely to stop a man as is 230 gr jhp .45 ammo, and the SN is also AP, which will likely be a big issue, post shtf. Unlike the idiots of today, anyone who finds some concealable armor, post shtf, is going to WEAR it thereafter, cause they will KNOW, from painful experience, just how likely it is that they will be hit with birdshot pellets, .22 bullets, pistol bullets, frags from nearl misses by hi-v rifles.
 

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which of course is why the 356 is plentiful, not to mention the "prefag" ammo. You'll be able to find a lot of it laying around, right next to the body armor that is laying around.

If you are being shot at, what difference does it make if the body armor is concealable or not?

People will know from painful experience? If your version of the shtf fantasy is correct. A lot of people don't agree with your version of things.

But, who knows.

That's why flexibility is important, like using common calibers. Not only is it easier to find and buy today, should you ever have the good fortune to re-supply in the field (from whatever source), what are you more likely to find - 356 or .45? Do the math. The .45 is a far better choice for that reason alone. (ditto for the 9mm and the .40)

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So when is the last time you fired a .356 TSW?? Please post the results of your chronoing of the rounds that you build, with a list of the components.
 
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