Revolvers for EDC ?

Revolvers for EDC ?

This is a discussion on Revolvers for EDC ? within the Full Size and Compact Autos & Revolvers forums, part of the Other Firearms category; I came across this you tube video sharing some good info on the benefits of carrying a revolver vs a semi auto ....... since I ...

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    Revolvers for EDC ?

    I came across this you tube video sharing some good info on the benefits of carrying a revolver vs a semi auto ....... since I have recently reverted to carrying a 357 snubby It was a good refresher to its advantages. Please donít get me wrong here, Iím not suggesting one is superior to the other ..... both have advantages and disadvantages, and everyone has their own preferences of likes and dislikes. Method of carry, size, weight, physical abilities and manner of dress, as well as differing situations will also be a determining factor in what you may choose to carry. So many choices and no one is the right or best one for everyone......... so be safe out there and carry on !
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    Well done. Good points.
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    Both operational styles are effective in the hands of a trained user knowledgeable in their situational limitations...& both can become a rock in operational failures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillACP View Post
    Both operational styles are effective in the hands of a trained user knowledgeable in their situational limitations...& both can become a rock in operational failures.
    Absolutely.......... and sadly there are probably way too many out there who don’t fall in the trained and user knowledgeable camp .....
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    Since Iím on a revolver roll, hereís a nice 357 magnum tribute from Hickok 45.......




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    A video from the Yankee Marshall on the merits of carrying revolvers ........




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