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    Lethal vs. Less Lethal ammo for self defense

    Quote Originally Posted by HKS View Post
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    I use the ignore list for anyone who is obnoxiously verbose and keeps repeating themselves in spite of the best evidence and logic I can give to the contrary.
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    I think you are feeding the troll right now.
    Yep....Lethal vs. Less Lethal ammo for self defense

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eidolon View Post
    We don't even have interesting trolls anymore
    You yourself have been an interesting troll at times actually.

  6. No. Regular bullets. Go with jacketed hollow points (JHP), they expand on impact and you won't have to worry about a bullet going through the person who's caused you to shoot them and injure someone else.

    If you pull that trigger, you've decided that your life or someone else's life was in danger or serious bodily harm - and that lethal force was necessary. Using non-lethal rounds will give the prosecution all they need to make a case against you because you used non-lethal rounds so deadly force wasn't needed.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Irishguy824 View Post
    No. Regular bullets. Go with jacketed hollow points (JHP), they expand on impact and you won't have to worry about a bullet going through the person who's caused you to shoot them and injure someone else.

    If you pull that trigger, you've decided that your life or someone else's life was in danger or serious bodily harm - and that lethal force was necessary. Using non-lethal rounds will give the prosecution all they need to make a case against you because you used non-lethal rounds so deadly force wasn't needed.
    Over penetration is not the problem, it's actual marksmanship.

    "New York City police officers fire their weapons far less often than they did a decade ago, a statistic that has dropped along with the crime rate. But when they do fire, even at an armed suspect, there is often no one returning fire at the officers. Officers hit their targets roughly 34 percent of the time."

    So... where do all those rounds go? Do they NOT kill someone just because they missed their target?
    Did it make anyone "safer" because JHP ammo was used?


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    I load JHP ammo strictly for up close & personal defense, it's FMJ for anything else.
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