Originally Posted by stoney bones
I believe the stats show that in an average self defense shooting, no more than rounds are usually fired.
Training trumps magazine capacity any day.
Also, I would NEVER trust my life to a kel tec. Plink with it, sure.
So you don't trust a kel tec? Do you even own a kel tec? Have you ever personally seen a kel tec malfunction? I own one, it has never, not once, even come close to having a malfunction. And punching holes in paper hardly counts for training. Do you ever do any live fire exercises? And simunition training? If not you aren't ready for shit