Bill Burr on home defense guns

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Bill Burr on home defense guns

Postby Ohio9 » Sat Jan 14, 2017 11:03 am

Too funny


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Re: Bill Burr on home defense guns

Postby Hand and Steel » Sat Jan 14, 2017 6:28 pm

In my late teens I shot a .44 magnum without hearing protection. It wasn't pleasant, but I wasn't deafened. If anything, this guy just makes a good case for suppressors.
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Re: Bill Burr on home defense guns

Postby Ohio9 » Sat Jan 14, 2017 7:31 pm

Hand and Steel wrote:In my late teens I shot a .44 magnum without hearing protection. It wasn't pleasant, but I wasn't deafened. If anything, this guy just makes a good case for suppressors.


Did you shoot it indoors? That can make a big difference.

Burr is not a gun expert, and does not claim to be one, but his point about firing a gun indoors without hearing protection is valid. It doesn't mean you should not use a service caliber, but it does mean you should be prepared to experience temporary hearing loss once the shooting starts.

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Re: Bill Burr on home defense guns

Postby Hand and Steel » Sat Jan 14, 2017 9:40 pm

The .44 was outdoors, but I have shot 9mm indoors without hearing protection. Again, not pleasant, but manageable. A suppressor would be best, but I'd rather use a 9, 45 or intermediate rifle round than a .22 if I had that option.
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Re: Bill Burr on home defense guns

Postby Ohio9 » Sat Jan 14, 2017 10:23 pm

Hand and Steel wrote:The .44 was outdoors, but I have shot 9mm indoors without hearing protection. Again, not pleasant, but manageable. A suppressor would be best, but I'd rather use a 9, 45 or intermediate rifle round than a .22 if I had that option.


Hopefully getting a suppressor will be a much more convenient option soon

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