Ok, from a survival standpoint. If I had to bug out, and head for the hills, probably the two weapons I would end up taking with me would be a Mod 65 S&W and probably my Ruger PC9. The reason being is it is my handiest rifle, and favorite pistol. I have a couple AKs and SKS amoung other bolt guns. But the PC9 doesnt really turns heads and is very versatile.
But what about the ammo! As a reloader, I love cast bullets. Their usually pretty accurate. But lets get some opinions here. One of my favorite loads is a 158g LSWC over 4g of Unique in a 38spl case. Pretty accurate. And I could simple grab one of my .30 cal ammo cans that is filled to the lid with them.
For the 9 mil, I probably would go with factory JHP ammo, because I haven't shot lead in the PC9 before.
What do you guys think. Ample for small game and defense? Or with that combo would you prefer something different?
Two Combat Tours
Criminal Justice Major.
15 years of shooting under the belt
Collection of both modern and antique handguns and rifles
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