Buzz,On 2001-09-28 10:34, buzz_knox wrote:
I can beat it. My brother-in-law sometimes carries a Glock 36 as backup to his . . . HK P7 PSP. Yup. A .45 backing up a 9mm. I love him, but he's a tad bit strange on occasion.
Thanks for the insight Buzz. I had not considered that.On 2001-10-04 12:57, buzz_knox wrote:
Actually, there is some logic to that. I've heard that some cops carried an airweight on the strong side (with a std revolver as backup) because the short barrel and light weight made for an exceedingly fast draw. That way, they could put lead on target faster. If they still needed a weapon, the heavier weapon was available far faster than a reload. And if the target was still agressive, the more power the better.