Re: Advice needed: Gun GAS!
In the house, a shotgun offers better stopping power, less likelyhood of overpenetration, and is much easier to aim.
As for your handgun choice, I've never fired any of those three guns, but Colt and Ruger are both very good manufacturers. I've never fired a Kel-tec personally, but I've only heard good things about them (except from the occasional snob who hasn't ever fired one either), and I've been eyeing them for a long time (my money comes in slowly, so everything I look at tends to take a long time).
Soon people with far more knowledge than I will weigh in; I would recommend their advice over my own.
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