Question from Anonymous
I have a question for the Wolf Pack gun gurus. We are thinking about adding to our small collection of arms. Both my dh and I have 9 mm handguns. I have a Glock and he has a Springfield. We already have a couple of Ruger 10/22s and some shotguns. We have a good supply of ammo for the 9mm and .22 LR. And we’ve been steadily building 00 buck for our shotguns.
We already have two long guns, one 30.06 and one Russian sniper rifle. We only have a couple of boxes of ammo for these. My daughter is a good shot with both of these. But my dh and I find them difficult to shoot.
I am posting under “Anonymous” because I don’t exactly want to advertise what we have. But I feel it is necessary background information for the question my dh and I want to ask.
We are thinking about getting a couple of fancy rifles. My dh wants an AR. He shot a friend’s AR and was pleased with the accuracy and range. What do you all recommend? I am leaning toward a Kel Tec Sub 2000, primarily because we have a lot of 9 mm already. I like the idea of having one of each.
Now, here’s where our lack of knowledge comes in. I imagine that the Kel Tec would be good for defending our homestead at a range of 100 yards or less but that the AR would be good for longer range shooting.
Our primary concern is dealing with looters after an economic collapse. We want to be able to defend our home. Do you all think an AR and a Kel Tec Sub 2000 would complement each other? What would you advise?
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