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Reliability (the gun’s ability to function correctly 100% of the time) is the #1 criteria in selecting a defensive firearm.

Most people think that means things like;

  • It has a good warranty.
  • It looks cool!
  • My friend says his works for him.
  • The gun store says people really like this model.
  • I’ve heard of that brand.

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But…

A “lifetime warranty” won’t do you any good if you are dead.

There’s a pretty good chance the gun store salesman is making a better commission on some guns.

How much professional training has your friend had with that gun? (And no, I’m not talking about how many rounds he’s fired target practicing!)

Guns are machines, and machines have a tendency to malfunction … or break. Generally, the more complex the machine (external safeties, magazine disconnects, sear deactivation levers, chamber indicators, ambidextrous controls, etc…), the more there is to go wrong.

Anyone who has spent even a little bit of time on a range has had or at least seen a firearm malfunction. If you read news coverage and police reports, you will find countless examples where a shooter has had a malfunction.

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A gun can malfunction for a myriad of reasons:

Ammunition malfunction. There are cases in which the bullet itself doesn’t fire, be it because of a bad primer or that it wasn’t manufactured correctly.

Mechanical Malfunction. The gun may jam because it was not properly maintained or because a piece of it was damaged (springs, levers, guide rod, take your pick), dirty, or worn out.

Shooter Error. Guns often malfunction due to how the shooter is operating the gun. Something as simple as arm position or grip strength can lead to a  malfunction in a lot of guns. Touching one of those ambidextrous controls that you might need someday.

Outside Interference. Guns are generally built to operate without outside interference.

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That is, that the base of the weapon stays stationary and all the moving parts can move freely around it.

Being able to stop the slide of a handgun from moving takes very little pressure at all. Stopping a bullet from properly ejecting is even easier.

When we take all of this into account, we learn that some guns are much more reliable in real-life situations, where we need them most, and where their abilities are truly tested.

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Shootability (YOUR ability to control and shoot the gun well) will need to be tested with the firearm in your hand and live ammunition in the gun at a range. Can you load and manipulate the controls?

A good instructor knows what to look for to help you here, but this is NOT just a matter of what feels good in your hand at a store [related video].

That may seem important, but most people I know that have purchased their first firearm at the recommendation of a gun store salesperson or a friend that tells you they “have the perfect gun for you”, have been painfully disappointed once they are at the range trying to use it in demanding situations.

I appreciate that a gun that feels good in your hand is a nice feeling, and it’s not a bad thing in itself.

However, after working with hundreds of students, I’ve learned to downplay the importance of how a grip feels to a shooter trying out a new gun. It has little to do with how well they can shoot it.

A simple design without external manual safeties removes many points of failure when it comes to how well you can shoot a gun in a critical situation.

Some people believe that you can train yourself to be able to do this, but the truth is, in a stressful situation, you will lose the fine motor skills that are usually needed to flip a safety lever and most people will (or can) not train to overcome that.

Carryability is your ability to conceal the firearm in a way that you can get comfortable enough that you will carry it every day.

The weight of a polymer-framed gun in 9mm means more capacity in a smaller size.

Power and capacity have a direct effect on carryability. A rifle (with its devastating firepower and accuracy) would be the best carry gun if it weren’t so big, but we have to balance capacity with the ability to carry it.

Using a pistol to stop a threat usually takes multiple well-placed shots (or as we like to call it, “a volley of fire”). If we knew in advance just how many bullets we would need that would be great, but having ‘just enough’ ammo for every probable situation is impossible to predict.

I think you would agree that more is always better than not enough (since your life may depend on it), but if your gun is so large that you won’t carry it, every day, then I would rather see you carry something rather than nothing.

Cost of a new, quality personal defense pistol averages $500 plus holster, ammunition, training time, and regular practice.

The nice thing about these guns is they will last you a long time and usually don’t cost much to maintain other than regular cleaning.

Springfield’s XDs 9mm is also an option,  but with its grip safety (a poor design which leads to another point of failure) and high barrel center access (leading to more recoil), I think the Glock 43 or M&P Shield is a better option.

With all of the above, you should have multiple spare magazines and be prepared to work much harder training – you will need to reload two or three times as often as everyone else.

There are several other guns I recommend for various purposes but consider them to be far less superior;

Ruger’s LCP .380 ($250) is a very popular pocket gun, but it is not as reliable, and very difficult to shoot enough to train with. This is the gun you carry when you can’t carry a gun — everyone should have at least one. BUY GUNS ONLINE

Many women see this little gun and think that will be the perfect match for their smaller hands, but most also find that it is not easy to shoot. It does fit easily in your pocket (make sure you use a safe method of covering the trigger as pictured below). BUY GUNS ONLINE

The Smith & Wesson 38 Airweight (pictured above ) are reliable (for a revolver) but have an even lower capacity and are even harder to reload. They have a very long and heavy trigger pull (try lifting 12 pounds of groceries with your finger) making them very difficult to keep on target and even harder to train with.

There are a lot of other brands out there, but these are currently the best in my opinion. When you go to the gun store you should know what you want before you get there.

New or used?

I recommend a new gun owner purchase their first gun new. While there are a lot of good used guns out there, there are even more unscrupulous dealers that are trying to rid themselves of someone else’s problem – especially with revolvers. Most of the guns we recommend maintain their resale value very well so if you decide you need to get something different, you can always sell it – sometimes for almost what you paid for it. If you find someone selling one of the guns at the top of our list for something well under the normal price you should be suspicious. BUY GUNS ONLINE

We can help you pick a great personal defense gun at one of our classes or a private consultation where you can learn about, handle and shoot all of these and many other firearms we have available for training.

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Springfield’s XDs 9mm is also an option,  but with its grip safety (a poor design which leads to another point of failure) and high barrel center access (leading to more recoil), I think the Glock 43 or M&P Shield is a better option.

With all of the above, you should have multiple spare magazines and be prepared to work much harder training – you will need to reload two or three times as often as everyone else.

There are several other guns I recommend for various purposes but consider them to be far less superior;

Ruger’s LCP .380 ($250) is a very popular pocket gun, but it is not as reliable, and very difficult to shoot enough to train with. This is the gun you carry when you can’t carry a gun — everyone should have at least one.

Many women see this little gun and think that will be the perfect match for their smaller hands, but most also find that it is not easy to shoot. It does fit easily in your pocket (make sure you use a safe method of covering the trigger as pictured below).

As civilians, home defense is one of the few likely scenarios in which we need to use a gun in our daily lives. There are three basic schools of thought when it comes to which guns are better for home defense. These are the shotgun, rifle, or pistol schools.

 

However, each option has its pros and cons. I like to refer to them as trade-offs. What does this mean? It means there are several things to consider. Just like in any tactical scenario or tactical environment, the trade-offs matter.

 

All guns will kill someone, that is, after all, the point. For home defense, the trade-offs are what matter the most.

Over the years, one of the most common recommendations for home defense guns was a shotgun. Probably a 20- or 12-gauge shotgun, with 00 buck as the shotshell. You hardly have to aim, right? That big ol’ shotgun just scatters tons of pellets in the general direction you aim and increases the chances of a good hit. Done.

If we drill down on that a little bit more, a three-inch shotgun shell with 00 buckshot is basically like packing 12-15 little steel ball bearings, about eight or 9mms in diameter, into one shot. In other words, it’s almost like getting shot with 10-15 bullets at the same time. Uh, no thank you, very much.

At the expense of sounding morbid, that’s why it’s possible to cut a person nearly in half with a shotgun blast to the torso, at a somewhat close range. It’s partly why the government banned short-barreled, or “sawed-off” shotguns back in the gangster days of the 1930s. The shorter the shotgun barrel, the faster those pellets or buckshot spread out once they leave the barrel. Anything less than 18″ is illegal or needs to be registered.

Case closed? Well, no. Remember, trade-offs.

 

One major disadvantage of shotguns is that they are hard to shoot since they have a ton of recoil. If that buttstock is not seated properly on your shoulder, it will feel like getting kicked by a horse. Not everyone enjoys shooting a shotgun. Especially beginners, some women, or people with smaller frames.

 

Additionally, it has often been assumed that because shotguns have a shorter range and the pellets lose velocity quickly, they don’t penetrate walls. This is not always true. Shotguns, contrary to popular belief, can penetrate layers of sheetrock or walls. This is true, especially at close range.

 

When you bring a gun to a gunfight, a rifle or a carbine is the gun to bring. ARs, for example, carry more ammo than shotguns or pistols. That is an obvious plus. They are easier to shoot accurately under stress and have little recoil. A rifle or carbine brings a lot of added stability and accuracy.

While many of these dudes have more real-world tactical experience than I do, I do not share this opinion. This is because of two words: bullet penetration.

 

A rifle bullet is likely to go through the bad guy, then through the walls, and even through the house. The power of rifle bullets is both a pro and a con.

 

Besides that, they are longer so trickier to use in closed spaces like inside a house with narrow halls and doorways. Those bullets are going to over-penetrate, and depending on any number of factors, you might not be able to control where they go. Right off the bat, it seems the trade-offs are not the best. The pros will not always outweigh the cons.

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 A pistol is also an option for home defense. They are small, compact, relatively easy to shoot (easier than a shotgun, for example), and are made for close range. Makes sense, right? Pistol caliber bullets tend to be less powerful — although often larger in diameter than a rifle bullet — because there is simply less power pushing that bullet out of the gun. However, the guns’ shorter barrels and smaller sizes make them easier to maneuver inside a building or a home. BUY GUNS ONLINE