My Firearms Weapons of Choice

Posted: September 9, 2012 in Weapons
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Folks often ask me what weapon do you use based on different distances in defensive scenarios.  Here are the primary weapons I trust and the distances for which they are utilized.

  • Close range, 25 yards or less single attacker – Smith @ Wesson M&P45 semi automatic handgun chambered for 45ACP.
  • Close range 25 yards or less multiple attackers – Mossberg 590A1 12 gauge pump action shotgun with ghost ring sights chambered for 2 3/4″ 00 buckshot.
  • Close quarters defense with adversaries out to 250 yards – DPMS AP4 Panther Carbine (AR15) semi automatic rifle using iron sights chambered for .223
  • Medium range defense with adversaries from 250 yards – 500 yards – Modified SKS with replacement stock and shell deflector and 3-9 x 40 scope chambered for 7.62 x 39
  • Long range defense with adversaries from 500 – 1000 yards – FAL L1A1 with 3-9 x 40 scope chambered for .308

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Comments
  1. Doug says:

    I would like more info on the sks pictured…

    • rmactsc says:

      7.62 x 39 with detachable magazine and an after market scope mount system plus a shell deflector as this particuar rifle ejects straight up instead of off to the right making the shell deflector essential.

  2. jason degraff says:

    I build tons of SKS’ I have never seen a heavy barrel one like you shown in the picture who made this how was it made how did you get a new gas block so many questions please reply this is a huge search of mine

  3. omar says:

    seconds on specs for the sks build on this pic

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