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Above your budget, but I am saving to get a good HDEF weapon that will not take 5 shots to save me and mine. $609.00
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Tyriffic1 15 months ago
I guess my years in the Military shooting them when I was tranporting the special forces and hanging with AF pilots didn't actually happen then....
For 350$ you are looking at a 22 or a lil 38 revolver. I think you should go for the glock 19 9mm or the springfield xdm 9mm or xds (smaller version) 45 cal..
This post was edited by ChardonBuck55 15 months ago
I guess not... I see Army, Marines, AF, And Navy every single day, arm them up and down... None of them, enlisted or officer have ever been issued a glock...
Yes, SEALs and other elite special forces can use basically what ever they want. But most are ok with the Sig or M9a1.
Not to stir the pot, but I've never seen any active US military personnel carry a Glock. This certainly isn't an indictment against them, but rather an observation. Solving this debate is like solving the Ford-Chevy argument. In the end, it's the driver's ability to competently execute the tools at his disposal. To answer the original question, any gun she can shoot extremely well will do.
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