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Old July 18, 1999, 07:31 AM   #4
mguntony
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Join Date: June 30, 1999
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I agree with Jim, cost factor is very high on the list and can be a project breaker. The higher power of the .40 and the 10MM are understood, but liability can come into view quickly. I use an M16 in 9MM and under 25yds, where most encounters will be, I can put 28 rounds into a 4 inch target on full auto. This takes practice and training but it can easily be done by most shooters. CQB would dictate short bursts of fire and this firearm is very controllable, with hydraulic buffer installed. Ammo cost for training is considerably lower and thus will afford more frequent training. I practice almost weekly and shoot in sub gun matches about ten times each year. The matches portray different encounters and are fun and a challenge to shoot, especially the houses. Just my $.02.
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