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Exempted Writer Choosing a Gun – Reflections of a Gun Owner
(written approximately Aug, 2013)
This is the second installment of my blog and covers a lot of ground. It is hoped it can help the undecided person decide if a guns is for them and what you need to know as a gun owner.
Responsibilities: The decision to own a gun is a major step and comes with a lot of responsibilities. Guns can be dangerous or deadly if mishandled and stored and maintained incorrectly. As a gun owner it is ultimately your responsibility to become familiar with the how the gun works, safe handling and storage and periodic maintenance required by the arm. You also need to be aware of state and federal laws as they apply to storage, use and transportation of said firearms. You can obtain such information through contacting the National Rifle Association, a licensed dealer or state licensed firearms trainer. It is a big responsibility and a level of maturity is required to be an owner. Be prepared to fill out a lot of paperwork when you purchase a firearm. You will be asked questions about past criminal activity, drug use and your mental state past and present. Despite bullshit propagated by the media, guns are highly regulated by state and local governments. If you have any doubts about tripping a red flag, I would suggest consulting with a lawyer before attempting to complete paperwork for purchase of a firearm. Again the National Rifle Association can put you in contact with a lawyer versed in such matters. Assuming you are willing and capable to take on the responsibility, we can discuss items which will help you narrow your search in the type of gun you want to purchase.
Purpose of the Firearm: There are several different purposes for firearms and the purpose you intend to use the gun for will determine the type of gun you should purchase. Guns can be used for the hunting of small or large game animals, target shooting, home defense, concealed carry personal defense, and collecting for historical or personal reasons. While I will briefly touch on salient features of guns used for various purposes, my primary aim will be emphasis on a gun chosen for home or concealed carry defense.
Guns used for hunting must be fairly accurate as game animals can be shot at ranges of 35 to several hundred yards. Those guns are typically rifles or carbines with adjustable or telescopic sights, or specialized pistols. Firearms used for large game animals must be of sufficient power to cleanly take the game animal. State hunting laws typically state the amount of muzzle energy that must be generated to be legally used to take a game animal. This information is usually dispensed in a hunting safety class that is available through the National Rifle Association or by contacting your state’s department of natural resources. Suffice to say you will need to complete training to legally obtain a hunting license for the state you plan to hunt in. The license is typically valid for the hunting season in the year for which it was issued. Once the license expires you will need to purchase another license from the state if you wish to continue hunting.
Guns used for target shooting include both rifles and pistols, depending on the range one wishes to shoot. Generally speaking handgun target shooting is limited to 25-50 yards, although there are some specialized single shot pistols that are capable of significantly greater accuracy. Guns used in formal competition are typically more accurate than regular production firearms. Such guns have had extra work performed on them to smooth the action and trigger mechanisms for better uniformity. Barrels of greater tolerance may have been fitted by gunsmiths who specialize in accurizing such firearms. These arms are significantly more expensive than production guns and are typically owned by people with physical skills to make the most out of these enhancements. Some specialized rifles can be used at ranges that boggle the imagination.
Guns used for informal target shooting or plinking are typically production guns of .22 rimfire variety. Such guns offer low cost, low report and are good for training new shooters. Occasionally centerfire handguns and rifles get used for plinking, but such use is more expensive and is usually made by more experienced gun owners.
Guns used for home defense can range from shotguns, rifles or handguns. Since the ranges at which these guns are used are relatively short, the overriding concern is reliability and sufficient power to stop an assailant. When choosing a weapon for home defense one should ask the question who will have access to the weapon. Will the gun be available to a woman or adolescent? A shotgun is a formidable weapon and a lot of men choose 12 gauge shotguns loaded with buck or birdshot. While certainly effective against an assailant, such weapons can be heavy, unwieldy, and generate extremely heavy recoil. The use of heavy slugs or large buckshot have great potential for collateral damage to unintended targets. Misses or complete penetration of an assailant can send projectiles through sheetwall into adjacent rooms and potentially injure or kill unintended people. A shotgun is extremely effective weapon in the hands of a skilled individual, but the use of birdshot is more prudent. The shotgun can be intimidating and can induce flinch or misses in the hands of a small statured or young shooter.
Center fire rifles used for large game can presents a similar problem as shotguns. While certainly powerful enough and accurate enough for directed fire, over penetration is almost always assured and collateral damage is assured. Muzzle blast is severe and the same problems of unwieldiness and recoil can hamper a woman or young child. Certainly better than nothing at all, and certainly the best choice if your assailant is a large animal like a feral bear, its use as a defense weapon against homo sapiens is not suggested.
At this point one would think that the author is pushing handguns as the most viable alternative, but in a second you will see there are some other intermediate options which are as good or not better than a handgun. To which I refer the light carbine in a light center fire rifle or pistol caliber. The light carbine has much to suggest for itself. Certainly a bit more unwieldy than a handgun, it is still considerable shorter , lighter and handier than a full sized rifle or shotgun. Typically report is lighter due to lower power rounds and the longer sight radius and shoulder stock make it easier to direct fire at an assailant. Such a gun is usually light and compact enough that a woman or child can easily learn to be effective with its use. Suitable carbines include any of the AR-15 clones, the Ruger mini-14 available in .223 Remington or 5.56 Nato (the military designation for the .223 Remington Round). Other carbines may be available in these calibers, but both the guns are fairly common and easy to find. The .223 Remington is readily available, although I suggest sticking with rounds that have polymer tips or soft exposed lead instead of full metal jacketed rounds. The polymer tip and soft points are much more effective on soft skinned animals and chance of collateral damage is minimized as bullets tend not to exit the target.
A secondary carbine option the author considers highly is the Winchester or Marline Model 94 lever action carbines in .357 magnum calibers or the Winchester Model 92 carbine in similar caliber. The .357 magnum is a pistol cartridge that gained a spectacular reputation in the law enforcement community. Developed in 1935 by Major DB Wesson for the Smith & Wesson Registered Magnum, it soon attracted attention by both sportsmen and law enforcement officers all over. It is a highly potent round, but has the drawbacks of muzzle blast, muzzle flash and potential recoil in handguns. In a carbine, recoil, muzzle flash and muzzle blast are mitigated somewhat and the effectiveness of the round is enhanced somewhat by firing it in the longer barrel of the carbine. It is a weapon and caliber that can be handled by adult and adolescent and is highly effective. Ammunition is also readily available just about anywhere.
This brings us now to the handgun option for home defense. Handguns are well suited for the defense of home or business and there are a large degree of options available to the potential buyer. The options can appear to be mind boggling. The main parameters for a home defense weapon are the same for any gun. Who will use it? What size and power?, semi-automatic or revolver? I invariably suggest a duty sized weapon in common caliber . This roughly equates to a weapon usually carried by a police officer, typically a revolver of medium or large size with 4 or six inch barrel in 38 special or .357 magnum caliber or semi-automatic pistol of medium or large frame with 4 or 5 inch barrel in 9 mm luger caliber. There are other choices available, but these are arms that are readily available, easy to master and in calibers that are easy to obtain. Such weapons have sufficient power to successfully stop an assailant and can be handled easily with a little practice by any reasonably intelligent and healthy adult or adolescent.
Choosing a Home Defense Handgun: As mentioned previously, a duty sized weapon has much to offer as a home defense handgun. Designed for police or home defense duty, most handguns designed for police duty have good ergonomics, have sufficient power, and are rock solid reliable. Your biggest concern will be what best fits the hands of the people who will be using the gun and how does it fit your wallet. Choices can appear to be myriad and the best advice I can give is if you can locate a range that rents handguns to try renting one before you buy into it. Make sure it fits your hands and your needs.
Good guns tend to be expensive and even the polymer frame pistols that are now proliferating the market can run in the $500-$600 range. Some of the better known and respected brands include Glock, Springfield Armory, Smith & Wesson, Beretta, SigSauer, Ruger, Heckler & Koch, Walther, Colt, and Kimber. There are other brands as well, but most tend to be second or third tier. The ones I named here are the major players and produce top quality firearms. You will rarely go wrong with arms of these makes and they have reputations that they stand behind.
Autoloader or Revolver: This is a choice that confronts the gun buyer who decides he/she wants a handgun for home defense. Since the late 1980’s police departments have abandoned revolvers in favor of autoloading pistols. The greatest argument in the autoloader’s choice is greater firepower over the revolver. While this is true, the revolver is still a viable option that should not be overlooked.
Revolver technology is quite old going back to the mid 1830’s with Samuel Colt’s Patterson percussion revolver. The modern solid frame revolver as we know it dates back to the late 1890’s and is a very mature and reliable weapon. There have been some advances in types of materials used to produce revolvers and different lighter and stronger alloys, but the basic mechanism has not changed in over a century. Revolvers are typically cheaper to buy than semi automatics, are accurate, reliable, and simple to use. They have no safeties and only require a long yank on the trigger to fire. They are relatively ammunition insensitive and will reliably shoot the lightest target loads to the heaviest loads specified for the gun with no issue. In some cases you can still find an occasional police or security department trade in at quite reasonable prices. These guns may have some finish wear due to sitting in a holster or grungy grips that can be replaced quite cheaply. Mechanically they are otherwise perfectly functional.
Revolvers come in a variety of calibers, but the home defense buyer should stick to .38 speecial or .357 magnum calibers in medium or large frame revolvers. Quality revolver brands include Smith & Wesson, Ruger and Colt. Smith & Wesson made a large number of police revolvers and any of the K, L, or N frame .357/38’s that are viable options. Smith designated their medium frame guns as K frames and include Models 10, 13, 19, and 66. The Latter two are 357 magnums with adjustable sights. Even if you plan to shoot 38 specials exclusively, the author suggests getting a 357 as the gun can accommodate both .38 special and .357 magnum rounds. The .357 is basically a supercharged and elongated .38 special. Any gun that can shoot a .357 will shoot a 38 special safely. Buying a .357 magnum gives you the option of moving to the higher power round without having to buy a second gun if you decide you want the extra power. The K frames tend to be lighter guns and should not be shot exclusively with 357 rounds as that tends to accelerate wear on the gun.
The L and N frame Smiths are another matter. Beefier and designed for an extended diet of .357 magnum rounds, the L frames (Model 586/686) and N frame (Models 27/28) are heavy sturdy guns designed for hard use. They are premium guns that come with adjustable sights, fine finishes, and are noted for their accuracy.
Ruger is a relative newcomer to the firearms field, but came up with a line of remarkably durable medium frame revolvers in the 1970’s that are still available today. Designated as the Ruger Security Six, Police Service Six and Speed Six, these guns were available with fixed or adjustable sights, in blue or stainless steel and in 38 or 357 magnum caliber. Designed to compete with the Smith K frame series and Colt Trooper revolvers, theses guns are very popular and are still available on the used gun market. In 1986 the medium frame line was replaced by the Ruger GPS 100 which was a beefier slightly larger gun designated as being designed for an unlimited diet of 357 magnum rounds. The GPS 100 is still offered in the Ruger catalog and is reasonably priced.
Colt is one of the oldest manufacturers of arms in America. No longer a producer of double action revolvers, you may still find some of their excellent older offerings on the used gun market. At one time Colt produced the Trooper, Python, and King Cobra .357 magnum revolvers which were viable options. Sadly Colt no longer produces double action revolvers at this time, but that may change in the future. Currently used Colt double action revolvers especially the Python and the large frame Anaconda command premium prices in the used gun market. Parts availability for some Colts may be of concern as well.
What about Off-Brands, other calibers and old/used guns? These are relevant questions that the author will try to answer in order. Off or second/ third teir guns include foreign revolvers such as those produced by Taurus and Rossi of Brazil, United States makes such as Charter Arms or any of its reincarnations, Charco or Charter 2000, Harrington and Richardson or its reincarnation New England Firearms, or Iver Johnson. There were also a plethora of other low priced brands that proliferated around the turn of the 20 th century. Too numerous to name, they were typically small sized small caliber solid frame revolvers with exposed stud triggers and were derisively referred to as “suicide specials” Such guns are the realm of the collector and should not be fired even if ammunition is available. Many were of questionable quality when new, and certainly may be worse for wear with age.
The off brands do often produce quality guns at very reasonable prices and the author has owned several Taurus revolvers and an autoloader pistol with which he has been happy. Typically where they cut corners is internally. Many guns have lots of tool marks and perhaps triggers not as smooth as the top tier brands. Occasionally one hears reports of lapses in quality and or difficulty in getting problems resolved through customer service. Taurus and Rossi make it a big selling point that the warrant the gun for its lifetime and not for just as long as the original shooter owns it. A warranty though is only as good as a company will back it up and I have heard of woeful tales of getting resolution to legitimate problems that lead me to not recommend Brazilian guns as a first choice option. If you cannot afford a brand new first tier gun from Smith & Wesson or Ruger, seek out a used revolver from a reputable gun shop that has a competent in house gun smith. Typically those shops service what they sell and the smith will go over the gun before the shop buys it and puts it in the display case. A used revolver can save you 200-300 dollars over the price of a new gun and that money can be spent on ammunition, hearing protection and a cleaning kit, things you will need to maintain and care for the firearm. Avoid pawn shops unless you know damn well how to check for certain kinds of wear and damage that can occur to misused or mishandled revolvers. There are publications and resources that can educate you on how to check for revolver defects like ringed barrels, bent cranes and stretched frames due to a steady diet of very hot loads. It is beyond the scope of this document to cover that material so proceed at your own risk if you fail to heed my admonitions.
Now on to the question about other caliber choices. Revolvers come in a variety of calibers from .22 rimfire to 500 Smith & Wesson. I suggest .38 special or .357 magnum because they are the most common calibers and have been popular with police departments and citizens for many decades. Guns and ammunition are readily available in just about any store including larger department stores that handles such sporting goods. They also have a good track record as defensive rounds. The author has shot and owned revolvers in rounds such as .44 special and .44 magnum, .45 ACP and .45 long colt and .41 magnum. These rounds are certainly viable for self defense, but the author is an experienced shooter who hangs out in gun shops and has done his own reloading. Some of these rounds can only be found in specialized gun shops or hand loaded and some produce wicked recoil, muzzle flash and muzzle blast well beyond what most people care to subject themselves to.
Some ancient rounds like the .38 Smith & Wesson can occasionally be found, but it is also a specialized and rarely found round that dates back to the late 1870’s for Smith and Wesson hinged frame revolvers. It is considerably weaker than the 38 special.
The author does not recommend calibers less than .38 or 9mm for defensive weapons. There are some newer 32 calibers like the 327 Federal that look promising, but the jury is still out and it is not clear if the round will catch on. Better to stick with a proven winner.
Autoloaders: Prior to to the mid 1980’s choices in auto loading pistols were quite slim. You had 1911A1 pistols from Colt, Springfield, Auto ordnance or AMT. 9 mm autos from Browning or Smith and Wesson and a few choices from Walther such as the PPK or P38. That was pretty much it. Things were different in Europe where the auto pistol flourished. Things started changing with the US military’s adaption of the Beretta Model 92 as its official sidearm replacing the Colt 1911A1 in 1985. With the rise in the drug trade and police finding themselves outgunned with their centuries old revolvers, a rapid changeover was made to a new wave of auto loading pistols.
Soon the market was flooded with premium European brands such as Sig Sauer, Beretta, Heckler & Koch and Glock. At first American brands did not have anything as slick as the European bands and lost some market share, but soon Ruger and Smith & Wesson came up with new guns or upgraded existing models to compete with the foreign competition. Colt unsuccessfully tried coming up with a high capacity 9 mm pistol that was problem plagued, the All American 2000, but it was quickly dropped. They now offer the 1911 single action pistol in a 9 mm offering. Today there are dozens of autoloading pistols on the market that are suitable for home defense. Some oare made of conventional metal and some have major frame components of polymer. Many gun people were concerned about the durability of plastic frames when they came out with the Glock model 17 more than 25 years ago, but enough time has passed that polymer frame pistols are accepted as being extremely durable. Whether you prefer conventional metal guns or like the lightness of polymer, you will have no difficulty finding a good autoloader if you purchase a top tier brand.
Some Advantages of the Autoloader: Firepower is the first thing that comes to peoples mind when they think auto loading pistol. The typical 9 mm double stack magazine autoloader can carry 15 rounds in the magazine plus one up the spout. Some can hold as many as 18 rounds of 9 mm ammunition, or roughly 3 times the amount of a medium or full sized revolver. Swapping out magazines is also faster than recharging a revolver with individual rounds or even a speedloader.
Another advantage of the autoloader is its slimmer profile. Revolvers have cylinders that bulge in the middle making concealment more difficult. Some autoloaders are decidedly slim, being not much more than an inch in width. It is much easier to conceal an auto pistol than a revolver of similar size.
Many people also tend to shoot better with autoloaders. Recoil sensation is mitigated somewhat as some of the recoil impulse is used to work the action. The grip of an autoloader tends to have better ergonomics than the grip of a revolver and is more comfortable.
Autoloaders are typically designed to be field stripped by people of minimum skills so they are easy to take down and clean. Revolvers are limited to opening the cylinder and running a brush through the chambers and barrel.
Disadvantages of the Autoloader: The autoloader is dependent upon energy from ammunition to cycle the action of the gun. Ammunition that is underpowered or two hot can induce failure to feed or failure to cycle correctly or otherwise induce a jam. Most autoloaders also require to hold the gun firmly with locked wrists. Shooting an autoloader with limp wrists induces what is typically referred to as a smokestack jam. The case is only partly ejected with the tip pointing straight up like a smokestack. Special care must also be taken shooting around barricades as a spent round can be ejected back into the gun. There are ways to overcome these shortcomings and clear common jams. The author suggests the reader obtain a copy of Lethal Force Institutes The Autoloader in Police Service and Self Defense by Massad Ayoob. Written in the late 1980’s the information about some of the guns and ammunition is dated, but there are sections on dealing with dealing with autoloader shortcomings and clearing jams that are still as relevant today as they were 25 years ago. I also suggest obtaining a copy of Massad’s In The Gravest Extreme which gives a very candid view on the subject of self defense and what you can expect during the shooting and the aftermath. Both books are well written by a knowledgeable man who has many years experience as a police officer and expert witness in shooting incidents. I have both books in my personal library and highly suggest them.
What about the 40 Smith & Wesson round and 45 ACP? These are two very viable self defense rounds that are readily available in just about any autoloader that chambers the 9 mm round. Both rounds biggest disadvantages are extended recoil, muzzle blast and muzzle flash that result from greater powder charge, heavier bullets and greater power. The author has no isse with these rounds and has several guns in those calibers. As this treatise was written in mind for the person who may not be a gun person, but sees the gun as a necessary evil or has a wife or child of slight stature, I suggest the 9 mm Luger round as a better alternative. The 9 mm has low report, light recoil and sufficient power to perform duty as a self defense round.
What is This Hullaballoo about Recoil? Recoil is direct consequence of Sir Isaac Newton’s third law of motion. Simply stated, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. A gun is fired and the powder is converted to a high speed gas that propels a bullet out the barrel of the gun. In reaction to that the gun moves backward into the shooter’s body. Recoil affects the shoulder in a rifle and the palm of the hand in a handgun. There are mathematical formulae to compute recoil energy, but this is not a lesson in Mathematics or Physics, so we will try to make our point by analogy.
Recoil energy for a medium frame 38 special (ie; Model 10 S&W military & Police revolver) that weighs roughly 35 ounces and fires a load 158 grain bullet at approximately 750 feet prs second is about 3 pound feet of recoil energy. Most normal adults can tolerate this level of recoil easily once they get used to the report and normal muzzle flip for a round of this power.
Smith and Wesson makes an airweight .38 special for concealed carry that weighs about 66% less than the Model 10 medium frame gun. Recoil energy is inversely proportional to the weight of the gun. Simply stated, a light gun kicks harder than a heavy gun and a gun that is only one third the weight of another gun kicks three times harder. Using this example, if all other factors are equal, the recoil of the airweight Smith will be about 9 pound feet of energy. That is about 30 % more recoil than a .357 magnum round in a medium frame revolver and decidedly uncomfortable for many people. The 9 mm luger in a duty sized weapon generates similar recoil to that of a 38 special even though it uses a lighter and faster bullet.
Sensation to recoil is very subjective and the palm tends to be more sensitive than the shoulder. I personally feel a healthy adult man can easily learn to handle the recoil of a .357 magnum in a medium sized gun or the recoil of a 40 S&W or 45 ACP in a duty sized weapon with practice and diligence. Some kids can do it as well, but this is geared to the lowest common denominator so I recommend the 9mm or 38 special because they work and are easy to handle. Remember multiple solid hits with a 9 mm or 38 is much better than misses with a .45.
Guns for Concealed Defense; We have beaten the subject of home defense guns pretty well and get intp an area that I must admit I am not well versed. I live in a state where it is extremely difficult to apply for and get a concealed carry license. I can offer some generalities, but in the end I strongly suggest you contact a professional that offers training and outfitting for concealed carry. By its nature, concealed carry weapons are scaled down weapons and may be of diminished power and certainly of diminished capacity. Their function is to save your life in a worst case scenario where you are outside the confines of your home. Choices are similar as for home defense guns, revolvers or autoloaders. Barrel lengths are typically 2-3 inches and normal defense rounds that work in a duty gun will not likely expand in the concealed carry weapon. Luckily manufacturers of ammunition have realized this and have come up with light bullet loads with exaggerated hollow points that will expand at the low velocities that come from shorter barrels. Special powder formulations are also used to help reduce muzzle flash signature.
The important thing to remember is that the concealed carry weapon is a compromise. It lacks the stopping power of a duty weapon, but the premise is no sane person wants to get shot either by a small gun or large one. If you can obtain a concealed carry permit where you live I suggest you practice with the gun as you would any other gun you use regularly. Make sure the gun fits your hand and is controllable in shooting. Invest in a good rig for carrying the gun. There are a number of inside the waistband holsters that very well and are easy to access. Ask a professional trainer to help you find a rig that work well for you. Get versed in the laws of your state whether you plan to carry concealed or not. There are specific instances where shootings mare justifiable. Make sure you understand what they are.
If you should be unfortunate enough to be involved in a shooting contact a good lawyer immediately and make no statements to the police until you have conferred with your lawyer. If the shooting is justifiable, it may just end at the grand jury inquiry. Even in the best situation it is a miserable business so know the laws for your jurisdiction.
What else do I need: Practice is very important and you will need a good set of eye protection, and ear protection for anybody who will be using the gun in your family. A cleaning kit is also highly recommended. The supplies mentioned can be found at any well equipped gun or sporting center and are nominal in cost. You need to practice to maintain skills and guns require periodic maintenance. If you are not sure, go to a good gun shop and somebody there can surely help you out.
This about concludes my diatribe on the subject matter. Hopefully it has given the person on the fence some points to ponder and enlightened them.
The Exempted Writer, sadly, passed away on Sept 12th, 2013. We will miss him. I found this, his last post, and wanted to put it up so others could enjoy.
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