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Old 10th April 2012, 01:56   #21
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If I can't do what I need to do with eight rounds of .45 ACP then I probably won't be able to do it with sixteen of some other caliber. I am not saying that because I think 45 Auto is some magical round it's just if I do need more that then a magazine change in the middle of this fire-fight will be the least of my problems but that is why I carry extra magazines.

.45 ACP - Because you don't need double-stacked, fifteen-round magazines when you're carrying the Lord's round of choice.



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I prefer the larger capacity afforded by .40 or 9mm.
I've made two MAJOR mistakes if I need more than 9 (+8 in my 2nd mag) .45 caliber rounds.

1. Not learning how to put my bullets on their intended target.
2. Being in the wrong place.



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If I can't do what I need to do with eight rounds of .45 ACP then I probably won't be able to do it with sixteen of some other caliber. I am not saying that because I think 45 Auto is some magical round it's just if I do need more that then a magazine change in the middle of this fire-fight will be the least of my problems but that is why I carry extra magazines.

.45 ACP - Because you don't need double-stacked, fifteen-round magazines when you're carrying the Lord's round of choice.



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