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Old March 16, 2013, 01:35 AM   #82
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However, couldn't one use your logic to argue against carrying an antiquated double action S&W, as opposed to a high capacity automatic???
I have been bouncing from the N frame 44 Mag to the Glock 357 Sig.

For all it's shortcomings, a single action can be had in awesome chamberings (.44 mag, .454, etc), and on occasion, the effects of concussion, extreme penetration, etc, MIGHT offer advantages that mini-pocket guns do not.
Double action revolvers are chambered in the same calibers.
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