Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Missourian, Aug 18, 2018.
Not even close. Jerry M is a revolver deamon. Y’all ever hear of this guy?
True. It’s for that reason and the fact that I’m poor I only load six hollow points over 12 FMJ rounds.
We're talking about reloading speed.
Nobody beats Jerry.
So this is an 11 minute info-mercial for their plate carrier vests ?!
My own plate carrier vest cost me $75 at an Army/Navy store.
The vest itself won't stop much, other than a knife.
It is the plates themselves that matter.
A ballistic material plate over a steel plate will stop anything including rifles up to a BAR 50 cal.
My own plates (4 total -- 2 in front and 2 in back) will stop a 308 rifle.
Easy when nobody is shooting at you.
If you are going to hunt with a revolver then you might as well get a 454 Casull.
So you beat Jerry's world record?
It all depends.
If my pistol is in my shoulder holster concealed, then I will go with Condition 2.
If my pistol is open carry in my locking holster then I prefer Condition 1 once I get to work and go on duty. Until then while I am driving to work I keep it in Condition 2.
It does not matter if nobody is shooting at you.
When I am camping I have my 12 gauge loaded with slugs alternating with double aught buckshot.
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