Carry philosophy changing with the times?
From the George Zimmerman case, to the recent mass-shootings, there's no denying the negative trend towards gun ownership. It has me wondering if a prosecuter, and later a jury would be less sympathetic to someone who used deadly force to defend themselves against an adversary who was armed with anything less than a firearm. (In a public setting)
Would that change the type of handgun you carry? Knowing that the only time you would ever be justified in using it would be against an attacker who is also armed with a firearm, and not a knife, or club, or other weapon.
There are many things in life that are out of my control. Recoil isn't one of them.