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WCGW touching the barrel of a gun at a shooting range

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u/contrarianbynature Sep 22 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

Maybe I’m missing something, but it didn’t even look like she hit the target.

Edit: alright people I get it, derringer is only effective in very close proximity. No need to reply telling me that, about 50 other people already have. I was just referencing the fact that she mimicked blowing the smoke off the barrel like she was hot shit, when it didn’t look like she hit anything.

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u/cartoont_trixen Sep 23 '22

How tf you miss a target that big

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u/karma-armageddon Sep 23 '22

The target is just an indicator which direction is safe to shoot. I have fired roughly 1.78 million rounds in my life, and hit the target once. I remember it because it was by complete accident.

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u/casualrocket Sep 23 '22

the gun she is using stresses the term gun. the barrels are near the same size of the 9x19 bullet thats in it. smoothbore 2 shot break action pocket gun

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u/TheImposibleGrl Sep 23 '22

She really thought she was gonna do something with this video before she gave herself a permanent scar

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22

It's a derringer...beyond contact shooting, they're mostly for show.

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u/No-Fold-7873 Sep 23 '22

A Derringer might as well be a knife as far as effective range. The barrel is so short thst rifling hardly matters and the grip so small that you can barely hold it properly.

Add the fact that the damn things typically have an extremely heavy trigger pull for a single action and very few people are hitting that far out.

I've fired a few in different calibers and typically the gun not having a catastrophic failure and the round going down range is considered a win lol

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u/pilesofcleanlaundry Sep 23 '22

She didn’t. She managed to hit the backstop with both shots, though, so she’s pretty proud of herself.

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u/Byizo Sep 23 '22

Pistols this size are referred to as “get off me guns” because they aren’t accurate until your attacker is already in contact with you.

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u/MoirasPurpleOrb Sep 23 '22

It doesn’t even look like she was pointing at it

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u/Gee_U_Think Sep 23 '22

It’s very difficult shooting a small pistol like that.

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u/duaneap Sep 23 '22

Ain’t you that’s missing something. That being said, what people expect in terms of accuracy when shooting when they’ve never shot before is hilarious. Especially with handguns. and ESPECIALLY that handgun.

People put too much faith in TV

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u/CO420Tech Sep 23 '22

Yeah, you'd know if she did, those targets make a ping sound when hit. I'm not sure I could hit that target with that goofy little gun either - there is no way to sight it because it is so short - even if it has sights, the front and rear are so close that the barrel could be 20 degrees off and you wouldn't see it. I think the only real use for this gun is to have it in a baggy coat sleeve, shove it right into someone's gut and empty it into their squishy bits point-blank. Soooo... It probably doesn't even work for self defense because by the time you can use it, your attacker has been within lethal range for awhile. That means it is really only good for assassination. I bet it works for popping someone in the back of the head while they're watching a play in a famous theater... Think I heard about that happening somewhere...

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u/brando56894 Sep 23 '22

Also looks like she was having trouble pulling the trigger.

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u/Positive-Source8205 Sep 23 '22

It’s a “belly gun”. You have to press the barrel right up to someone’s belly to hit him.

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u/optimaloutcome Sep 23 '22

I'd hate to be anyone off to the left of who she was trying to shoot.

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u/OuterLives Sep 23 '22

Shes the only one missing something

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u/corporaterebel Sep 23 '22

a 2" barrel is a belly gun or a noise maker at anything past 6ft (1.8m)

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u/gunslingerfry1 Sep 23 '22

Neither could I

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u/Owen123c Sep 23 '22

She may have been aiming at the farther back targets

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u/ClamClone Sep 23 '22

A gun with a barrel that short is meant to be used within a couple feet. Any farther and the chance of hitting what one is pointing at is low. Not sure what taking one to a range accomplishes.

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u/GMan_SB Sep 23 '22

It almost looks like she’s aiming at the metal ones in the back which is even funnier with that kind of gun

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u/Playamonkey Sep 23 '22

She couldn't hit the "Boob Side of a Barn!"

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u/MisterDonkey Sep 23 '22

I'll let it slide. I can hit 25 yards bullseye groups with a reasonable pistol, but I cannot hit the target 10 feet away with that derringer.

They're a novelty, imo.

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u/sevanelevan Sep 23 '22

Shitty shot, but titty hot.

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u/Rhodie114 Sep 23 '22

If you're using a titty derringer and you're not able to press it right up against your target, go back. You fucked up.

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u/MJTony Sep 23 '22

She’s very close to it

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u/tHE-6tH Sep 23 '22

If the target is cardboard, you might not be able to tell

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u/super_nobody_ Sep 23 '22

I went to a gun range for the first time earlier this year and the owner said they get a huge amount of asian college students each year who come in, take loads of photos, fire 1 or 2 shots if they fire at all, then leave

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u/chiliedogg Sep 23 '22

I've been an avid shooter for decades, and at that range I'd have trouble hitting that target with my .38 Derringer.

It's hard to overstate how imprecice they are. They have about the same effective range as a knife.

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u/Slider_0f_Elay Sep 23 '22

That looks like a 22lr pepper box. It isn't really accurate in well trained hands. It is kind of a wonder she didn't hurt herself ... oh wait. That she didn't hurt some oneelse or herself more.

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u/Slider_0f_Elay Sep 23 '22

Also, if you are going for cool femme Fatale with the dress why keep the sweatshirt tied around your waist?

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u/DesastreUrbano Sep 23 '22

It really looks like she just wanted a "cool badass clip" for her IG or Tiktok knowing nothing about guns

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u/Phish777 Sep 23 '22

It's not about hitting our target, it's about looking good while trying!

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u/2istheonlyevenprime Sep 23 '22

In her defense that’s a long shot for a derringer

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u/Imaginary_Ad_7318 Sep 23 '22

Looks like she’s missing something too

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u/Effective_Cat6793 Sep 23 '22

She didn't hit shit lol

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u/areslashgringo Sep 23 '22

Looks like she high to the left

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u/rileyann88 Sep 23 '22

Those Derringers are ridiculously hard to properly aim at any farther than a foot away. I am surprised that she didn’t lose her grip on it with the stupid amount of recoil though.

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u/charlie1109 Sep 23 '22

Too much recoil for a .22, likely a .38 or a .45lc. I have derringers in both calibers and it looks like it kicks more like the .45

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u/rileyann88 Sep 23 '22

My husband has a 45 ACP one. It’s terrifying. Edit: I believe it’s called the Bulldog

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u/rileyann88 Sep 23 '22

I bought a 32 magnum Charter Arms Undercoverette and wear it in a belly band. Purse guns are terrible.

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u/Vaynar Sep 23 '22

Why do you need either a belly gun or a purse gun?

Just American things I guess...

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u/rileyann88 Sep 23 '22

Also Alaska things

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u/Vaynar Sep 23 '22

They haven't invented a handgun that does the slightest thing to a bear or a moose.

So I guess it's just an American thing.

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22

I've scored a through and through hit on a 12 point buck at *100 yards* with a 5 inch barrel 10mm pistol. There are not only handgun calibers that do a number on bear or moose, they don't even have that much recoil. Why do you think the Glock 20 is the most common wilderness carry in alaskan grizzly country?

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u/Random_name46 Sep 23 '22

You mean besides 10mm or .44 and .357 magnum, the most common calibers in a wide range of handguns proven effective for bear?

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u/rileyann88 Sep 23 '22

Oh no honey it’s so I can kill the mountain men

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u/rileyann88 Sep 23 '22

You right

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u/rileyann88 Sep 23 '22

I lied I was thinking of a different one. The one I’m talking about is Bond Arms Roughneck in 45 ACP

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u/ambiocc Sep 23 '22

Probably not, looks like a little Derringer, very hard to shoot for even someone experienced, which she clearly isn't

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u/TaleMendon Sep 23 '22

She was missing something too. Well a few things actually.

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u/Upstairs-Recover-659 Sep 23 '22

Maybe I'm missing something but she should've been kicked out long before this...

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u/Wu-Tang_Cam Sep 23 '22

Yep, gun should've been unloaded to begin with. Drawing from your chest is dumb AF, especially without a proper holster.

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u/Edward_Fingerhands Sep 23 '22

Another "very responsible gun owner (tm)" and definitely not a child playing with their favorite toy.

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u/tyvanwie Sep 23 '22

Did...did you really expect her to?

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u/Coviid Sep 23 '22

I can barely shoot a 5m target with a barrel that short and a heavy pull

Those pistols are a novelty at worst, a visual deterrent at best

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u/tyvanwie Sep 23 '22

Lol yep. But hey vid look cool with hot chick so that's all that matters right

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u/migs647 Sep 23 '22

You’re not the one missing…

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u/izmaname Sep 23 '22

Honestly that is quite the range for a short barrel pistol with that much recoil. I’m not surprised she missed.

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u/Icy-Relationship-295 Sep 23 '22

No it's not. It's like less than 5 yards away and it's a literal man sized target.

I have a bond arms .45 long colt deringer with a 3.5 inch barrel. I can shoot a 6" grouping at 7-10 yards even though I suck dick with it.

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u/izmaname Sep 23 '22

3.5inches is quite a lot longer than 1.5

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u/ShelSilverstain Sep 23 '22

I'll be surprised if she even hit the backstop

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u/DadJokeBadJoke Sep 23 '22

The first time I shot anything larger than a .22 was my uncle's snubnose .38 when I was 9. He hung a gallon jug on the clothesline and you couldn't hit that thing unless you were a foot or less away. They're made for close-contact shooting. The Lynyrd Skynyrd song Saturday Night Special comes to mind.

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u/Xiomaraff Sep 23 '22

It’s like 5-10 yards away…

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u/Flynn_Kevin Sep 23 '22

Yea, those are really meant to be pressed up against the target before you pull the trigger.

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u/camyers1310 Sep 23 '22

This thing was made for elevator fighting, not standard gun fight.

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u/notapunk Sep 23 '22

A small hold-out gun is only going to be useful at or very near point blank range. IDK why anyone would bother taking a gun like that to a range.

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u/kdeaton06 Sep 23 '22

For tiktok likes

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u/charlie1109 Sep 23 '22

I love derringers because they're silly. You won't hit something that isn't three feet away from you but that's their designed range, they're honestly just fun to shoot.

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u/Xiomaraff Sep 23 '22

MF it’s like 15 feet wtf

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u/PusherLoveGirl Sep 23 '22

And that gun is smaller than most people’s cell phones. They’re meant to be used as last resorts in VERY close range.

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u/Xiomaraff Sep 23 '22

The difference in accuracy between this and like a 5” barrel is minimal at this range tbh.

It’s just about as hard to hit something at 15 feet with either gun if you’re inexperienced with it.

If you go to a range and shoot a subcompact vs compact gun of the same caliber you should see what i mean.

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u/PusherLoveGirl Sep 23 '22

Yes, I have shot guns of all shapes and sizes for twenty years now. Derringers are hard to hold, have minimal sights with a very short sight radius and worse recoil than guns of the same caliber. Yes, you can hit a man-sized target at fifteen feet with practice. No, it is not a minimal difference between shooting a gun with a 5” barrel. If it was in a vice it would be a minimal difference but in a shooter’s hands the difference is extreme.

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u/Edward_Fingerhands Sep 23 '22

To stage a video to make you look badass.

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u/robby_synclair Sep 23 '22

To get used to shooting it. I would take my girl to the range if she got something like that and teach her how to safely operate it. You know so she doesn't do something stupid like burn a titty.

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u/thenasch Sep 23 '22

To get used to shooting it make a video and get a bunch of likes.

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u/robby_synclair Sep 23 '22

That is definitely not the only reason anyone goes to the range. I have never seen anyone making a video at the ranges I have been too. I have seen people shoot derringer 22s.

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u/thenasch Sep 24 '22

It was a joke, see because that's why the person in the video did it.

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u/robby_synclair Sep 24 '22

Bit the question asked was "why would anyone do it"

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u/thenasch Sep 24 '22

IT WAS A JOKE. Jokes are not designed to accurately answer questions. Maybe you've seen one before? Given your response I'm not entirely sure.

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u/JangoFettsEvilTwin Sep 23 '22

For TikTok it seems

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u/fondots Sep 23 '22 edited Sep 23 '22

Arguably, if I were the type to carry a gun, I would think I'd want to practice with my carry gun more than my other guns. If it came to the point that I needed to use it, shit has obviously gone pretty far south, I'd want to be certain that I'd be capable of operating it competently and without fumbling with it, especially since if it ever came down to it, it probably won't be under ideal circumstances, i could have a broken hand, be blind in one eye, dehydrated, would probably be all hopped up on adrenaline, and maybe be sleep deprived, cold, wet, and physically exhausted. As they say, under pressure most people don't rise to the occasion, they fall to their level of training.

I'd also want to have put a lot of rounds through it before I needed to count on it just to make sure I know that it's mechanically reliable. If I can't count on it to go bang when i pull the bang-switch, why would I carry it?

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u/Domestic_AA_Battery Sep 23 '22

Exactly this. No one should be faulting her at least for the decision to shoot it at a range. You should be VERY familiar with a conceal carry gun. But you should only be doing so to practice your draw, mechanics, aim, safety (if it has one, highly debatable topic for conceal carry guns) and getting used to the recoil. As far as hitting the target, not so much.

For conceal carry, you're likely going to be using it at close range. For home defense, you're going to want a nice, long barreled mid-size/full-size pistol (and a shotgun). But most guns for women are made smaller, lighter, and are generally terrible guns to shoot. But they're not made for competitive shooting or anything. They're made to be comfortable and to hurt or kill your target as a last resort.

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u/notapunk Sep 23 '22

Let's be real here there's no amount of practice and time on the range it's going to make a derringer not a derringer. This gun is strictly to be concealed and used at close range. You're not aiming so much as pointing in the general direction of that which you want to hit.

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u/acog Sep 23 '22

No part of their comment said "I'd go to the range to become a derringer marksman." They didn't even mention hitting the target because they were explicitly saying that didn't matter.

The benefits they listed: get used to firing it, be able to confidently fire it quickly, and get a feel for how reliable it was.

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u/fondots Sep 23 '22 edited Sep 23 '22

You'll notice that I never once said anything about aiming.

You still want to have the muscle memory to draw your weapon, disable the safety/cock the hammer/any other steps needed to make it ready to fire (not looking to get into the debate now about whether carry guns should even have a safety, but suffice it to say that if you choose to carry a gun with a safety, you need to make operating that safety a part of your training.) You want to be prepared for the recoil, you may only get 1 follow-up shot with that derringer, but if you end up needing it you want to be able to use that one follow-up shot effectively.

But since we're on the subject of aiming, i do subscribe to the idea that nearly any gun is probably more accurate than the person using it is likely capable of using it in most cases. We human users will almost definitely introduce far more chaos into the system than the manufacturing tolerances of the gun and ammunition will. That's not to say any gun can be a super accurate sniper rifle if you were take the human element out of it, and the effective and accurate range of a short barreled handgun is always going to be quite short, but in skilled hands or under laboratory conditions they can definitely produce acceptable groupings at further distances than you might think.

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u/izmaname Sep 23 '22

Even 3 inch barrel sucks. Concealed carries marketed for women tend to suck.

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u/audacesfortunajuvat Sep 23 '22

3” barrel works fine if you practice. You’ll miss every shot with a 5” barrel if you don’t. Not terribly difficult to hit a man sized target at even 100 yards with a 3” barrel (or a steel plate, for that matter, if you practice). Totally reasonable to consistently hit a 6x6 bullseye at 25 or so. She missed here because she has no idea what she doing.

Carry a Shield, because some woman told me it was reliable, and have no problems hitting what I’m shooting with it.

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u/izmaname Sep 23 '22

I hate the Shield tbh

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u/blasphem0usx Sep 23 '22

it's like 20 feet away. might as well just have a knife or a sword if you have to get any closer.

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u/OuterLives Sep 23 '22

Would take her a lot longer to pull a sword out of her tiddies

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u/izmaname Sep 23 '22

Ya a gun this short is a joke

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u/Dadmed25 Sep 23 '22

It's a torso sized target like 5 yards away... And who cares about the recoil when you take 5 seconds between shots.

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22

It might just be the angle but it looks like she is aiming above the target.

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u/chiliedogg Sep 23 '22

That's a real long distance for that gun. The cartridge is half the length of that firearm. With the common twist rate for a 357, when shot out of a 2.5" barrel it's turned a whopping 0.13 rotations. It's basically tumbling wildly right out of the barrel.

I can put 15 rounds in a ragged hole from 20 yards with my competition pistols, but at 5 yards I have trouble hitting paper with my .38 Derringer.

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u/Consistent-Bear-5158 Sep 23 '22

What do you suggest for a woman wanting a purse gun?

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u/casualrocket Sep 23 '22

S&W 38 special model 642 or 442 are both tiny pocket revolvers and a 38 is a bullet with a fair punch.

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u/Aleric44 Sep 23 '22

Depends. I'd rent one out before making a purchase. Its hard to beat a p365 or springfield hellcat on size and capacity though.

You could get like a .38 spl revolver but just know the limitations of capacity and reloading. Also ammo availability.

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u/chiliedogg Sep 23 '22

Something like a Springfield Hellcat or Sig 365.

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u/scottspalding Sep 23 '22

Taurus Judge with shot shells. Start blasting then run. https://www.taurususa.com/revolvers/taurus-judge

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u/scottspalding Sep 23 '22

You can keep a revolver in a purse for years and they will not jam. Purses are a hostile environment for semiautomatic weapons. Also a woman can put her hand in her purse when in a possibly dangerous situation and fire from the hip with devastating effects using shot shell without worrying about accuracy. Purse guns aren't for daydreaming about an active shooter situation and being a hero. They are to prevent being raped in a parking lot.

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22 edited Sep 23 '22

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u/scottspalding Sep 23 '22

Clearly you have never seen a point blank 410 wound. Also where is a woman in a sundress supposed to keep a gun? Practical every day needs are more important than ideal solutions like holsters. Lastly congratulations on being in the anti taurus club. There are many like you and y'all never offer proof.

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u/Dadmed25 Sep 23 '22

https://www.bondarms.com/wont-believe-far-away-can-bond-arms-backup-accurate/

Here's a dude hitting targets out at 55yards. (165ft)

You're not missing bc of twist rate/bullet tumble...

You're missing bc you don't practice with that gun 1/10th the amount you do with your comp gun.

...And why would you, you don't shoot derringers at range. But it's not the guns fault.

Just like with every other gun, the vast majority of people who pick it up and shoot it will never exceed the accuracy it can produce.

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u/izmaname Sep 23 '22

You could throw a bullet as accurately as this shorty gun fires

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u/Icy-Relationship-295 Sep 23 '22

Have you ever even shot one? Maybe you just sucked with it...

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u/izmaname Sep 23 '22

Buddy regardless of training physics dictates that a projectile coming out of a chamber with so little guidance is going to have a wide variable of movement

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u/InYoCabezaWitNoChasa Sep 23 '22

I think you greatly overestimate my throwing aim.

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u/Dadmed25 Sep 23 '22

Nah, most people just don't practice.

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u/izmaname Sep 23 '22

Practice or not a 1.5inch barrel is unpredictable.

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u/Dadmed25 Sep 23 '22

Do you honestly think that if you somehow managed bench rest that thing that it would just throw bullets all over the place?

The gun is always more accurate than the vast majority of the people who pick it up.

Here's a video of some dude shooting one out at 55 YARDS.

https://www.bondarms.com/wont-believe-far-away-can-bond-arms-backup-accurate/

In other words: The gun doesn't suck, you do.

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u/MisterDonkey Sep 23 '22

You a bond arms salesman, or what?

I actually have benchmarked this derringer. I would describe it as throwing bullets all over the place.

Also. Defective firing pin from the factory. Chamber too narrow so cartridges would either stick or outright not fit.

Not a fan of these slick looking trinkets. Because that's what they are: trinkets. Curio.

I collect oddball pistols. This one belongs in a shadow box rather than a holster.

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u/Street-Week-380 Sep 23 '22

Lol post a video of you shooting a target 25 feet away with a Derringer and we'll believe you.

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u/Dadmed25 Sep 23 '22

The gun is always more accurate than the vast majority of the people who pick it up.

Here's a video of some dude shooting one out at 55 YARDS. That's 165ft

https://www.bondarms.com/wont-believe-far-away-can-bond-arms-backup-accurate/

In other words: The gun doesn't suck, you do.

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u/Street-Week-380 Sep 24 '22

That's someone with excellent form, and a lot of experience. You still haven't provided a video of you shooting.

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u/Dadmed25 Sep 24 '22

Do you think this is some gotcha?

The dudes "excellent form" is just how to shoot a pistol 101, and he's hitting targets out at 165 ft..

I don't need to go and make a fucking video hitting a big ass target at 25 feet to prove to some idiot on the internet that it's possible. I'm competent with firearms, almost certainly wouldn't do as well as this guy, but I would not have trouble at 25ft.

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u/Street-Week-380 Sep 24 '22

So am I. But I'm not sitting here crowing about how superior I am.

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u/Domestic_AA_Battery Sep 23 '22

That's damn impressive. Dude has excellent form

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u/Crazytrixstaful Sep 23 '22

She can barely squeeze the trigger.

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u/Dadmed25 Sep 23 '22

Yeah, but that's her fault, not the guns

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u/Embarrassed_Quit_450 Sep 23 '22

Her right shoulder position is atrocious. With real recoil she'd get an injury soon enough.

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22 edited Nov 03 '22

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u/atomicfarts420 Sep 23 '22

Literally every pistol is hard to aim compared to a rifle. With a rifle at even 200 yards if you miss you just suck.

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u/DanfromCalgary Sep 23 '22

None of those words fit together

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u/KingBrinell Sep 23 '22

My dad always called those necktie pistols. As you have to grab the guy by the necktie in order to be close enough. Fun to shoot but super inaccurate.

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u/raketenfakmauspanzer Sep 23 '22

I mean assuming it’s for personal protection wouldn’t most instances for its use be a short ranges?

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u/JuzoItami Sep 23 '22

In old Westerns they only needed to be effective to about the width of a poker table. She was really stretching that range.

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u/izmaname Sep 23 '22

You’re better off throwing the bullet

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u/blametheboogie Sep 23 '22

Next ones coming faster.

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u/ScreenshotShitposts Sep 23 '22

Idk I came pretty fast

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u/dern_the_hermit Sep 23 '22

Just do what this guy does and you'll be safe. Safe forever.

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u/Towndrunk13569 Sep 23 '22

She’s “Missing” all right

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u/Franklin_le_Tanklin Sep 23 '22 Wholesome Seal of Approval

I’m pretty sure she burned a titty tho

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u/LaCroix_Roy Sep 25 '22

Better take the shirt off to make sure it’s not too bad

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u/Emmerson_Brando Sep 23 '22

What’s the melting point of silicone?

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u/Groomsi Sep 23 '22

I'm surprised she didn't blow one.

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u/stillwaiting3bh Sep 23 '22

Eh the silicone is fine

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u/MrGallows75 Sep 23 '22

…burned an implant perhaps

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u/snugglestomp Sep 23 '22

Facts, bro.

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u/TheNoize Sep 23 '22

“EoAHH!!”

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u/Ttmh888 Sep 23 '22

That’s the target

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u/buck9000 Sep 23 '22

And those are basically the same thing

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22

Yes, that's literally the point of this post.

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u/CanalRouter Sep 23 '22

She is the target.

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u/psychoacer Sep 23 '22

She melted the plastic

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u/novacaine2010 Sep 23 '22

I'd kiss it to make it feel better.

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u/tifosi7 Sep 23 '22

Everyone is Lara Croft until they burn a boob with a hot gun.

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u/randypupjake Sep 23 '22

Even Lara Croft knew to have gun holsters

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u/grimepixie Sep 23 '22

can i still be lara croft if it’s a glue gun? i’ve burned many a titty…

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u/CE_94 Sep 23 '22

Eh gun wasn’t too hot. Personality is 10/10 though.

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u/Frankie_Pizzaslice Sep 23 '22

I count two misses

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u/psyentist15 Sep 23 '22

Nah, she's 4 for 4:

Daft Punk sunglasses ✅
Pull pocket pistol out of bra ✅
Fire two slow shots at target, missing both badly ✅
Burns tits with a hot gun barrel ✅

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u/Caida_Libre Sep 23 '22

For everything else, there’s MasterCard.

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u/PM_LIFE_STORY_PLEASE Sep 23 '22

6 million followers on ig

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u/moonsun1987 Sep 23 '22

6 million followers on ig

I am beginning to think they did this on purpose then. :thinking:

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u/Shadowbanned_User Sep 23 '22

God dammit, it's getting harder and harder to recognise ads

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u/MousseDismal201 Sep 23 '22

She did get the target.

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u/Pups_the_Jew Sep 23 '22

Just a lipple.

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u/ommi9 Sep 23 '22

She gonna get mad when everyone is looking at her boobs. Because of the burn mark

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u/poopellar Sep 23 '22

Would be unfortunate if it somehow ended up looking like a penis.

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u/[deleted] Sep 27 '22

Somehow it seems it would be more fortunate than unfortunate. But I can't say why.

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u/maffiossi Sep 23 '22

"daddy i can explain"

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u/Onlyroad4adrifter Sep 22 '22

Have to be an extremely good shot that far away with that weapon. Or much closer. The lack of ear protection is a bit frightening.

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u/SlackerDS5 Sep 23 '22

Okay, i was thinking the same about the hearing protection. Losing some of her hearing and searing her boob just as extra insult to the injury.

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22

I don't think she's all that experienced with guns. At all.

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u/oknowhim Sep 23 '22

Came here to say that. A short-barreled pistol like that makes plenty of noise even if it's a .22 and one hell of a racket if it's a higher caliber. Her ears must be ringing.

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u/blasphem0usx Sep 23 '22

much closer? jesus christ she looks like she is like 20 feet away. what is the optimal range you have to be at with that pistol? inside their colon?

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u/Gods11FC Sep 23 '22

. Even inside the colon you might not hit a kill shot.

Seriously though, I’ve seen expert marksmen at the range struggle to use that gun at range over 10 feet. That Derringer has almost no barrel. It’s not really a gun that you “aim” because aiming is pointless. You just point it in the general direction of your target and pray.

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u/-Ripper2 Sep 23 '22

The Range I used to go to, you had to have eye protection and ear protection before they would even let you shoot.She’s just an idiot that doesn’t even belong having a gun.

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u/Ogediah Sep 23 '22

There's also the part where she pulled a loaded gun out of her tits. Like any range officer would allow that.

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u/Myattemptatlogic Oct 14 '22

Flagging herself in the neck in the process

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u/Wu-Tang_Cam Sep 23 '22

As a former infantry Marine with bilateral tinnitus and hearing loss, you should never shoot a gun, even a suppressed one, without hearing protection. Not even once.

It's not going to make you more prepared, it's only going to damage your hearing. In any situation in which you have to use a gun, the sound will be the last thing on your mind.

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u/idtenterro Sep 23 '22

If you've ever shot at someone then you will know for a fact that your loud gun is the least of your worries and your brain won't even bother to register it for you. You are much busier than that.

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u/Runyc2000 Sep 23 '22
  1. Tinnitus and other hearing damage sucks. Hearing protection doesn’t make it silent, it just takes the edge off so you don’t damage your hearing.

  2. If you are is a situation where you need to shoot someone auditory exclusion will very likely kick in.

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u/J_Cant_Box Sep 23 '22

Going to a shooting range dressed like that just screams experience

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u/Onlyroad4adrifter Sep 23 '22

She is Laura Croft tomb raider.

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u/elspotto Sep 23 '22

That top is begging to catch some brass somehow.

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u/MulletofLegend Sep 23 '22

It sure does. Just not necessarily firing guns.

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u/seano9598 Sep 23 '22

I dont think the outfit was meant to show off her experience.

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u/BustinArant Sep 23 '22

Say it isn't so!

my fickle heart couldn't take it

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