Shoots really well for a small barrel gun...
Here a similar gun for sale online, I purchased mine for $300
Hi Standard Sentinel 9 Rounds .22 R-103 Chrome 22 : Revolvers at GunBroker.com
A .22 may kill if you hit the right spot but it can deflect off the skull if even a slight angle. I prefer my .44, just looking at the wrong end will make you pee your pants.
It does kind of matter how fast you can kill them though. If you are using it to defend yourself against someone with any sort of weapon, you definitely want to make sure that they don't have time to use that weapon against you.
A .44 is not that expensive to shoot if you reload your own......(handoad)
...expressed some interest it getting his gun license this summer.
I used to shoot a .22 rifle with my Dad at his "Swiss Army Rifle Club" (Yeah, it's a myth that all they use is the corkscrew on that little knife). I was pretty good in my day. Used to enjoy that Daddy/daughter outing.
Seek help loser... hoping someone gets killed..
If I had to use a gun as a defense weapon I would use a .38 or .45, and I would never shoot to kill unless being fired upon..
true, yeah save those hot cartridges.
Oh I hope no one gets killed.
I just couldn't see another use for a concealed weapon. Sorry for the confusion.
You need to become more in tune with literature.
Or more specifically, literary devices such as sarcasm.
You Canadians are a bunch of gun nuts!
I don't own a gun and haven't even fired one since the Marines but my oldest expressed some interest it getting his gun license this summer. So I think I am going to take my boys to a gun safety course this summer and we'll all get a license. We have some pretty strict gun laws in Massachusetts and if you apply for a handgun the town Chief of Police rejects the application. You have to fight him for it. Not in court but he makes it a little difficult.
It isn't for target practice. I have a .38 and a 9mm for that.
Pretty darn clear to me what you were saying...
You should find someone with a gun and ask if they can take you to a shooting range, plenty in Canada.. You may enjoy yourself.. it can be sorta addictive.
It is a sport..
I don't hunt, and because I carry loads that are $250,000 to $500,000 in value, it's only as a self defense that I would carry a firearm.
For some reason, I was told many people are not registering their guns now.
Worried about Obama knowing who and where you are..
I used to run liquor between BC and AB/SK. I always had loaded sidearm handy. Only cargo more likely to be hijacked is cigarettes.
I run Flat TV's for Amazon and also huge rolls of copper for electric plants in Arkansas .. twice loads have been hijacked, with other drivers..