Shooting Industry mag had a chin wag with Dennis Rohamm, GM of P2K Range in El Cojones, California. Sorry. El Cajon. “We have a lot of people who aren’t shooters who walk in wanting a handgun,” Roham revealed. “We explain to them the difference between handguns and shotguns [for home defense]: that intruders aren’t necessarily going to be intimidated by a handgun.” Author J K Autry fills in the blanks (so to speak). “Additionally, Roham and his sales team emphasize to experienced customers that shotguns command ‘universal respect,’ another reason they make an ideal weapon for personal defense.” I say the intimidation factor should be a [relatively] low priority when it comes to home defense weapon selection. What say you?