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Hi Firehand!!!!!,Funny you should mention that!!!!.... Just thinkin' ...at least 2!! and in daze gone by ..in the military .. before computers when everything was done in print on a Remington Rand Type writer... lots of "Onion Skin," "Carbon Paper" and those famous words,"When in doubt...make 5!!"skybillPS I still have my original "Orders, Reports and Discharge Papers' done up in mega copies with that "purple ink on onion skin" .... 23NOV1970!!!
2 at least, "5 is Fine" and everything Sgt Joe Fricks says about "Rules for a Gun fight!!!'skybill
I always carry one spare mag. Not so much for the extra ammo, although that is a good idea, but rather for the remote possibility that my first magazine fails, the gun jams, etc, and I need to get a different magazine in there to attempt to make the gun run right. I am not super fast on the mag change, but I am consistent. I don't usually drop the new mag before needing it, nor do I worry about carrying loose rounds. If I even have a remote concern that I am going to be getting into a gunfight, I simply won't go to that place in question. Older and wiser, maybe, but for sure the older part.
I cannot remember where I read, years ago, of the aftermath of a shooting. Guy had gone to the store with just a pocket pistol("I'm only going down the street, so...") and happened to walk into a robbery. He won the fight, barely. Afterward he was sitting down trying not to throw up and one of the cops said "Bet you wish you'd brought a bigger gun." He looked up and said "If I'd known this was going to happen, I'd have stayed home."
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