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Old September 18, 1999, 03:19 PM   #4
Bill Bryant
Join Date: September 16, 1999
Location: Deep in the South
Posts: 46
For home defense I don't think it matters whether your gun has a steel receiver or an aluminum trigger guard. After all, are you going to be banging it around outside a lot, or keeping it inside by your bed? You said personal defense, not military spec ops.

I picked the 1300 Defender because it comes from the factory with the bigger magazine already on it, and I want extra follow-up shots without having to modify my weapon.

By the way, I've put hundreds of 3" mag. rounds through my 1300 without a hitch. Seems plenty tough.

Whatever you buy, practice, practice, practice. Otherwise, you're just poorer and the owner of a dangerous knick-knack.

Bill Bryant

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