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Old May 23, 2019, 01:30 PM   #105
Dave T
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Caliber makes a lot of difference. However, most people who study caliber differences focus almost exclusively on terminal effect, the one difference that is the hardest to quantify in terms of the practically significant differences it makes it real-world scenarios.

Which means that they almost totally ignore the other differences, many of which make very easily quantifiable practical differences in real-world scenarios.

I'm not sure what you are getting at. In my own studies I was always interested in what stopped the assault. I didn't care if the assailant died or just quit. I was always a strong proponent of the idea that you shoot to stop, not to kill and taught all my students that concept/approach.

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