MagCount. You Gotta Wonder

If and when the average gun owner lets loose the dogs of war, they’ll have no idea how many shots they’ve fired. If pushed, they’ll underestimate the number of projectiles they’ve unleashed. Savvy gun gurus tell their students in no uncertain terms: don’t be pushed. Refuse to answer the police when they [invariably] ask you for the number of shots fired. If you say “three or four” and it turns out to be ten or twelve, you sound like you’re lying; trying to cover-up for unnecessary deadly force or an unnecessary amount of deadly force. The difference between three and twelve shots can be two seconds trigger time. All of which leads me to count the MagCount out . . .

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If and when the average gun owner lets loose the dogs of war, they’ll have no idea how many shots they’ve fired. If pushed, they’ll underestimate the number of projectiles they’ve unleashed….