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Old 02-15-2010, 05:34 AM
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Thats kinda the same thing I tell people when they ask "what hand gun should I buy to keep under the bed or in the night stand?" The upside to a shot gun in my personal opinion is it takes a few more steps to actually pull the trigger. If you want that "shotgun" sound which is hopefully all you need then you don't want one in the barrel anyway. You have to rack one, point and then pull the trigger giving you a little extra time to decide what your gonna do next where a hand gun is normally a pick up and shoot deal. In stressful situations it is amazing what happens to the human body and that extra second or two may be the difference in making a decision you will second guess for the rest of your life.
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