(I think this was off topic on another forum so I will try again here) So today I shot my garbage Glocks, while talking on the cell phone shooting controlled pairs, two handed, at a my Sony Bravia TV. I was talking to my girlfriend, who is toothless, and I was having trouble concentrating on my trigger control while trying to understand what she was saying. My gen 4's all malfunctioned, and when they did fire I had brass to the face, with some lodging in between my shooting glasses and my bluetooth. Of course, the malfunctions could have been caused by limpwristing and poor grip, as I have been shooting Glocks with cell phones for only a few years. Everyone knows Italian made guns are better than Glocks. They should make an Italian made 10mm, even though .45 super is a better all around cartridge, and everyone knows the 10mm is dead anyway. But who cares? Because everyone knows H&K makes a better polymer frame pistol than all the other polymer frame gun manufacturers. If you don't own a polymer H&K, you suck. But open carry could have prevented the brass to the face and all the gen 4 issues. Open carry could have prevented me from meeting a toothless girl in the first place. There is no need for the .40 short and weak cartridge. 9 mm bullets can do anything a .40, .45, 10mm, .45 super, or .375 H&H magnum can do. Word has it the South Africans are using Caracals for elephant defense due to the modern developments of the 9mm and its superior penetration and expansion qualities. Fackler theorists give the credit for one shot stops on elephants due to the penetration attributes of the modern 9mm bullet. Velocity junkies say the performance is due to the violent expansion characteristics of the modern bullet. Tnoutdoors9 will be performing tests in 5000 pound gelatin blocks preceded by 4 layers of elephant skull. Stay tuned for results. But even though the .40 short and weak has a meaningless existence, it is the most commonly used cartridge by American police departments. But what do they know anyway? Everyone knows cops can't shoot. Speaking of police, should I disclose if I am stopped by them? I mean, it's my second amendment right to carry and all. Why do they need to know? And why can't I open carry my AK 47 to the drug store or the bank? The second amendment gives me this right. Just because others are ignorant of our rights doesn't mean I should be affected. It's on cuz. That's all I got.