Question by StealthBeast: Alternative handgun rounds for defense?
People tend to always get fixated on a single scenerio: You VS a single, unarmored person at 3-10 yards. Sure, this IS the most common situation, but by no means is it the ONLY situation… and in some situations, hollowpoints AREN’T the way to go.
What are some handgun calibers good for:
1: Going through kevlar or other light armor (that isn’t restricted from civilian use).
2: Shooting through a thick cover (like steel, 2 ends of a car, a dumpster, a wall, etc) to connect with a target.
3: Engaging fire at a target at a very far distance away (Like 100 yd, or even more)
4: An optimized round for larger magazine capacity (For example, in 22.mag, the Keltec PMR-30 has a whomping 30 round magazine capacity standard).
And other situations where where penetration, range, or capacity might be more important than just raw anti-personnel power.
Answer by Mountain Man
it’s called an LMG in a war zone…………ahhhh!
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