Originally Posted by Warp
Can you cite an example of a private citizen shooting an attacker(s) with a handgun and then, upon failure of the handgun, going to a long gun?
I cannot recall hearing about anything like that and it seems unlikely.
As much as we've disagreed recently, I agree with you.
I read a study once (can't remember where) that a reload occurred in only 0.5% of defensive shootings. Yes, one half of one percent...
And unless you are a LEO of some kind, using your handgun to fight back to your rifle, so to speak, simply isn't going to happen.