- Dec 4, 2008
- Big D
I have practiced in a shoot-house. I have never worn eye or hearing protection. If I were to fire in the presence of a loved one, deafness would be the least risk.
I did not mention regulation and resent your tagging a hypothetical to my response.
As far as the first part, I was simply pointing out that the valid argument to silence a self-defense weapon. I often carry a 357 Sig with a short barrel, a weapon which has a huge flash and loud bang, and have been accused of trying to scare a bad guy to death or into surrender. I like to think of it as "to the pain". In my house, my strategy is different.
Since this thread is about removing or changing a regulation, I figured that I would address that aspect. Sorry you took it as personal attack, it was not intended that way.
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