- Apr 7, 2013
Thank you for all that great information on guns. Very detailed. I actually have noticed the Mossberg stainless steel 12 gauge. But an earlier model. The Mossberg is beautiful isn't it? I didn't buy it. I was thinking that big and handsome a weapon would be twirling me all over like a full throttle whipping, run away hose with some one not having a good hold on it. ha ha. I got that pictured. BLAM! "Oh!"(scream) fall backward. "Meowrrrrr!"I chuckled at the Mexican guy at the door story. You only need two security devices to protect you and doggie at home, in your vehicle and on the street depending on local firearms laws. A stainless steel S&W Model 625-JM 45 caliber revolver with a Pachmayr Decelerator grip. Use only Hornady 200 grain JHP/JHP cartridges. You must shoot at least 3 bullets daily so you can always have gunshot residue on your hands which negates the suspicion of you having recently fired your weapon with the knowledge you don't practice firing your weapon on a daily basis. Also wipe your prints off your cartridges when loading your weapon. This tactic usually is reserved for citizens that possess pistols but it's best because one never knows what situation will arise. Second a Mossberg 590 Shockwave stainless steel 12 gauge short barrel pump action shotgun with a Pachmayr fore-end grip. Use only Brenneke low recoil TOPAS Sabot slugs. 2 shots daily will acclimate you to the awesome thundering kick. Apply for a concealed weapons permit and let no living human on Earth know you are weaponized. Last tip. If you find yourself in a situation where you might feel threatened but never never never pull your weapon unless you are at the point with no other choice but to shoot your attacker to stop him/her/it. Not shoot to kill but shoot to stop your attacker. Shoot often, shoot accurately and shoot to stop.