Originally Posted by Glockbuster
If you use any kind of light--weapon mounted or handheld--or a crimson trace laser, even the brightest muzzle flash is a non issue.
I disagree with that. I believe
, but don't know
, that bright MF will still temporarily reduce vision.
Since there are lots of low-flash powders that work well, especially HS-6, my fave--as in 'one and only'--in 357SIG, why use a hi-flash powder in what might become a low-light situation?
An EDC S&W M&P .45ACP. A dozen Glocks sold. NRA life member.
"If lethal force is warranted and appropriate under the circumstances, the" (defender) "must shoot until the threat ceases." Pinizzotto, Kern, and Davis, FBI Academy.