What about “birdshot for home defense” in a shotgun?
Is the revolver obsolete for self-defense?
These are all what I thought were old, OLD arguments, the kind of gun magazine debates we used to have in the early days of Internet forums.
But you might be surprised, because…
…Some people are STILL trying to nail the coffin shut on combat revolvers, and they’re still writing articles about that very topic.
There’s just one problem with that:
The idea could not be more wrong!
In this week’s podcast episode, Modern Combat & Survival’s Jeff Anderson interviews snubby revolver expert Michael de Bethencourt, who gives us his top 10 reasons why a revolver actually BEATS a semi-auto pistol for CCW self-defense!
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Here’s What You’ll Discover In This Week’s Episode:
Why a revolver is actually MORE versatile than a semi-auto, not less.
The surprising reason most revolver shooters DON’T actually know how to clear a malfunction (and why this matters).
The concealed-carry scenario in which an auto could get you KILLED, but a revolver WON’T!
The surprising advantage a revolver can give you if you have to defend a shooting in court after the incident.
And much, much more!
The revolver, particularly the snubby revolver, is far from an antique that is now obsolete.
Listen to this week’s podcast for many more reasons why you might just want to SWITCH to a revolver for concealed carry.
There’s a little pipsqueak of the firearms world, the red-headed stepchild that’s too often overlooked by serious gun owners for its lack of size and perceived lack of power.
(By the way, I can say that because I do have red hair and I am a stepchild.)
I am, of course, talking about the snub-nose revolver.
Not as sexy as a super compact Glock, lacking the firepower of a full-sized autopistol, it is nevertheless the tried and true back-watcher of many a street cop and private detective out on the streets… and has been for decades.
So what should you look for when you buy a snubby revolver?