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Old Today, 12:05 PM
Status: "Gone hunting until December!" (set 29 days ago)
Location: Lost in Montana *recalculating*...
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Originally Posted by M3 Mitch View Post
I seriously doubt he does. I doubt he knows anything about how hunting licenses pay for a lot of conservation work as well. And even excise tax on ammo like .380 that hardly anyone would use for hunting - that pays for conservation efforts too.

Getting back onto the original topic - IMHO the .380 to have, if you want or need a .380, is a SIG 230. The older one with no powdered metal sintered parts. Or an old WWII era Beretta.

My Beretta, bought because I got a deal on it, a Cheetah, single stack, is on the big side for a .380, have not shot it yet but have high hopes. Most Beretta guns shoot well.
I think if I want a smaller personal defense pistol I’d more than likely get a Colt Defender in .45.
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