Eeek! It's a Mouse Gun!

Discussion in 'Self Defense Tactics & Weapons' started by Pistolenschutze, Nov 16, 2005.

  1. 45Auto

    45Auto Active Member

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    The NRA advises that often the display of a firearm is enough to end a confrontation. If you don't have to have a gun battle with an armed attacker, the mouse gun would be enough. If not, it's still better than a sharp stick.
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    RonRdRcr New Member

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    I've actually been thinking a Kel-Tec .380 would be perfect to fit in my leathers when I ride my motorcycle around, and keep the P229 in my tankbag.

    Ron
  3. TranterUK

    TranterUK Guest

    Hey, I once shot a mouse in my kitchen with a .38 spl, so is that a mouse gun?

    Also know that I once met a very professional armed person, of the highest level of training and proficiency and guess what he carried? .380 Colt Mustang with mixed ball and HPs.
  4. mrkirker

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    Hmm, back in my mis-spent college days, my room mate and I would shoot cockroaches with .22 cal 'shot' cartridges. Would that have made our pistols "Roach-guns"? :eek::eek::eek:;)
  5. CampingJosh

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    Those .22 shotshells are also quite effective (at close range) on small water snakes.

    I personally think that "mouse guns" serve a very useful purpose.
    Carrying a .380 or .45 either one is a compromise to the 12 gauge I would like to carry most of the time...
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