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Armscor Three Strike

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by chowchow, Aug 28, 2007.


  1. chowchow

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    Yes I've tried them on my Glock 35.

    Spread at 7 yards is 10-15 inches.

    But i wouldn't advice it for home defense.
     

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    i bought the cal 357 version of this ammo. havent tried it yet
     
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    I used to have that for my 38spl and it does make 3 holes but there's no report on stopping power. Come to think of it, does a 38spl have stopping power? It did not stop the jurementados.
     
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    no stopping power, but ballistics-free nonetheless
     
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    Plastic head cracks easily when testing feeding.
     
  7. chowchow

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    Pards, pareho pala to sa CCI Stinger shotshells .22LR. thanks ss commnets nyo> Mas sigurado talaga kung ang gamit today's JHPs.
     
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    Is the Armscor Strike 3 available locally? Armscor MCS said they don't have it.
     
  9. Kaiser Soze

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    I wouldn't recommend this for self defense, these pellets loads were made for shooting vermin like snakes, maybe rats/mice at medium to close range. I dunno what they made these 22 sized ones for...

    If you shoot a determined attacker, this may blind him if you get lucky. Otherwise it will probably just piss him (or her) off.
     
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    When I was in law school, there was a Supreme Court case where the accused shot somebody. The bullet wound count was more than the times he claimed to have pulled the trigger. He alleged that a certain prominent police officer, Jaylo I believe, gave him some multiple-bullet rounds and that this was what he used. Trouble was, the judge did not believe him, and convicted him of homicide, and the SC affirmed. Something to note if you ever have to use these rounds to plug somebody...
     
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    >Wow, when you put it that way, it's really scary. Not worth it after all. Thanks.
     
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    No problem. Some judges are so chicken when it comes to guns, in my experience as a former prosecutor.:supergrin:

    I appeared before one judge whereby the exhibit was a policeman's issued M16; the cop's assailant tried to hack him and the bolo made a deep nick in its carrying handle. When I picked up the M16 to show it to the cop and for him to point where the bolo landed, as is my common practice I locked open the bolt (it had no mag), and the judge gave me a good wigging, as in I shouldn't handle it because I'm not qualified;:upeyes: he doesn't care if I was a reserve officer, etc. etc.:upeyes: As if I were a stranger to guns in general and M16s in particular..:upeyes: Oh well, charge to experience...

    Something to be wary about when using multiple-bullet cartridges, and having to explain their use in court. And oh yes, pistol-caliber shot cartridges are for snakes, not people.
     
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    saw an escaping prisoner killed when he was shot in the butt w/ a 38 by the jail gurd
    he dropped when shot , but died after awhile
    Gun used was I think an armscor

    Friend of mine got into a fight , shot the other w/ a +p GS 38 , center mass
    The guy turned around and ran
    Still alive para mag demanda
     
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    :supergrin:
     
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    But some people are snake. :)
     
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    I agree
    Laki ng spread to be a stopper
    In my experience sa 38spl shot shell blue plastic tip
    I bet a friend I could hit a popper w/ out looking
    Then Tried cheating by using the shot shells
    Kaso nabuko when all 3 poppers went down w/ 1 shot ( a meter apart ):)
    This was from 7-10m if I remember right
     
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    Maganda pala ito sa mga nuisance animals around , lol
     
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    In the butt??:shocked: Well, I should not be surprised; fella probably got an infection from the kalawang in the bore of the guard's Armscor..:supergrin:

    I used to load Federal Nyclad +P in my carry Taurus M85CH; when 50 rds used to cost only P600 at PBDionisio; very accurate but brutal on a snubby; gave some rounds to a guard, and he used one of them to execute a dog; blew apart the poor pooch's head...:sad:
     
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    Pang katay nang kambeng, one to the head once tied up to a tree.