PNWguy Posted December 6, 2018 Share Posted December 6, 2018 I have no idea. But I thought maybe those who pay more attention to such things could chime in. The old adage for the "typical" self-defense shooting has been, for the past 50 years or so, a single assailant at less than 7yds and only 2-3 rounds fired. That has been the reason cited for decades by people that only carry snub-nosed revolvers with 5-6 shot capacity. They won't need any more capacity if they need to defend their lives or the lives of others. Heck, I carried a 6+1 XDS for a while based on the same logic. But it seems the world is changing and the likelihood of multiple aggressors and the need for 10+ rounds is increasing. I have nothing to base that on, however. Just an impression I get from seeing publicized shootings lately. Anyone have any actual data to bear that out? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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