Its good for out of state reciprocity and skipping NICS anyway, I'll always renew mineI've got one of the really old ones in Texas. My license goes back to 1996 and I'll keep renewing it until I'm out of here.
I have shown mine quite a few times to law enforcement but not due to speeding. That license carries a lot more weight with them than someone who is carrying and doesn't have a license.Its good for out of state reciprocity and skipping NICS anyway, I'll always renew mine
I've heard it will get you out of a ticket, but no luck there, yet
Certainly not the hero in the Indy mall shooting that hit the shooter with 8 of 10 attempts from over 40 meters with a 9mm!Who plans on not hitting the target?
No one, but at the same time there are far too many people who don't have a plan to actually hit it either, They have a firearm, but time at the range learning to shoot under pressure is not in the plan. Someone once said use the largest calibre you can shoot accurately but I'm a pragmatist and I say use the largest calibre you can afford to practice with most regularly. 9mm fits that bill for a lot of people. There are also lots and lots of options in both firearms and ammo types in 9mm, and the terminal ballistics of modern 9mm ammunition has come a long way. Plus, as @IReallyLikePizza2 pointed out, if the shtf, 9mm is available from the logistics chains of all western armed forces.Who plans on not hitting the target?