“Most people respond to having a hole poked in them, and you can hope that even the .380 is enough to remind them it’s not worth the effort to continue their attack”

“Enter the most deadly pistol I own – The Kel-Tec P3AT. Weighing in at a whopping 8.3 oz. unloaded, carrying a total of 7 rounds of squirrel-stopping 380 ACP and a sight radius barely longer than a printed list of honest politicians (double spaced and in 18 point font), this weapon strikes fear into the hearts of thugs anywhere. Because if you force me to shoot you with this, I will hunt you down and beat you to death with my shoe.” Once again, Sharp as a Marble gun blogger Rob Allen proves himself to be the Jeremy Clarkson of firearms. His snark-filled review of .380 ammo for gunsforsale.com tackles FMJ .380 cartridges from Armscor Precision, Aguila and Sellier & Bellot. The result? Who cares? Allen screws the proverbial pooch by suggesting that a .380 can be a “enough gun.” This from the same guy who wrote this morning that “I like my Glock 20 because I have 15+1 rounds of 10mm.” Go figure.


  1. avatar Robb Allen says:

    Screwed the pooch? Maybe, but I’m still going to use “The Jeremy Clarkson of Firearms” as my byline for my blog. Because that’s just funny.

  2. avatar The Hamster says:

    At least he didn’t suggest hypnotism as a means to train for a defensive situation.

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