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Old November 20, 2013, 11:39 PM   #25
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Tactical reload can be useful in a combat scenario (nothing we will be in) eg you've fired 12 rounds a few minutes earlier, now you're going to breach the house he/they ran into. You'll want a full magazine, either planing on going through the entire mag laying down suppressive fire if dealing with a fatal funnel or just not having to reload 12 rounds earlier than needed in a close quarters situation.

I generally carry a S&W BG .380, doesn't hold that many, not sure how well I'd be able to keep a round count in my head and pretty sure my slide would lock back before I knew it.

Others mentioning the tac reload for after the primary incident is over is a good idea, once you've assessed no immediate threat.

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