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their being inept and chickenshit. Just look at the Platt incident. They MISSED with 40+ rds, and blamed the ONE good hit (to the arm and one lung) with a 9mm Silvertip for the carnage and the 4 minute long fight. they got a few other scratch hits on him, and that was it.
 

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so when they say it's a big deal to carry magnums and practice with .38 wadcutters, that is about long range cop bs, using cover, etc,and it's mostly bs.

For hitting the chest at 10 ft, the 356 Star Split Nose load, 55 grs, 2200 fps, is no different than the 9 ball in the lw Commander. You lames can't even perform worth a crap with a belt gun, THATs why you are so apprehensive about pocket gun performance.
 

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So much BS and blather that you've posted over and over. Can't you think of something new?

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He is trying desperately tp bury Teuf's offer under a tidal wave of drivel.
 

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I have no doubt that different agencies and departments have different standards.

I also know that many agencies have made huge efforts in the recent past to improve the training and marksmanship of their officiers.

I also know that some officers spend a lot more time and are a lot more proficient than others.

You cannot make blanket statements and generalizations and treat them as specifics.

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Yawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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And this is the same gunkid who brags how fast he can miss and he says missing is GOOD. Garand is right, Yawwwwwwwwwwwwwwn!!!
 

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Most cops can’t shoot for crap with a handgun, just as most people in general can’t shoot for crap with a handgun. They should be able to, but most can’t.

Talking with cops about guns is something that seems an automatic thing to do, but it really makes little sense.

A cop uses a gun MAYBE once or twice a year, and that’s usually 50 rounds at the range. Yet he uses a two-way radio 50 times a day, and people don’t ask him what kind of radio he recommends, do they…?
 

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andy said:
you lames can't even perform worth a crap with a belt gun, THATs why you are so apprehensive about pocket gun performance.
this is a classic!, the kel-tech p-11 was a 'GRAND DESIGN CONCEPT'

i just wish it was more than a 'concept'


...oh!....by the way there OL'BOY[mister160] i would meet any day[of your choosin'] for a shoot/hoot out! [winner keeps his own scalp].. now that's a bet/call.....study /reflect, and a prompt RESPONSE, ol'boy!

[i'm sharpin' my skinn' steel right now]


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POCKET GUN

There is something to be said about the ability to hold on to a small weapon in your pocket when you believe that an attack may be possible, but you can't justify drawing a weapon. A question of tactics. ( I'm still not giving up the N-frame )
Problem with cops these days is that a lot of departments have screened out the " gun-nuts " in their pre employment screening process, seems that we're too dangerous. The result is that they hire a twenty something kid just out of college, still living at home with no life experience. This guy probably gets his opions on guns from Rosie O'Donnel with the skill level to match.
 

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Well as a peace officer with 15 years and a firearms instructor for ten, I will have to say that the proficeincy of officers and their handguns vary. My depart ment only issues fifty rounds a month for training. Some use it some dont. At my department the majority shoot their fifty plus another hundred or so out their own pocket. That isnt enough in my opinion but it is better than most departments. The majority of my department I could rate at above average as far as shooting skills.Of course most of the officers are country boys and have been shooting all their life.
 

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BURT said:
There is something to be said about the ability to hold on to a small weapon in your pocket when you believe that an attack may be possible...
Very good reason for an inconspicuous pocket gun, imo. I'll often have my left hand on the P32 in my pocket when talking to a subject.
 
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