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Would +Ps hurt you in court?

Postby NCCCCWteacher » Wed Aug 05, 2009 8:38 am

They demonise people for using "Magnums" and hollow points, I just wonder how they would take +Ps? I carry them in 38 and understand the concept. But do you think liberal lawyers may try to use it aganst you the same as they would hollowpoints. I know all about overpennatration, hydrostatic shock, ricorchet ect.. I am just wonddering. No +Ps for my 357Sig Glock or my 12 GA lol. They may say I used excesive force, hell I don't know anymore. For that matter nor do I care. Try to hurt me or mine and ..... well you know.
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Postby tigwelder56 » Wed Aug 05, 2009 5:18 pm

Many LEA's use +P loads, so I don't think it would be an issue that would sway a Grand Jury. As long as it was a justified shooting, it wouldn't matter if you used a .22 LR or a .30-06. The key word is "justified".
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