And just think what you could do with a 10mm.If you trade all that in on a p227 you could give them. 5 Rds of 45 each with no reload and save yourself some time.
The ballistics of the 10mm are about the same as those for the .45 ACP, but it has better sectional density. The nice thing about the 227 is that it has 14+1. It is too bad that SIG never made it in 10mm, although they probably would have been inclined to make the frame steel instead of aluminum - unfortunately they never offered an 'all steel' 227 before they discontinued it.And just think what you could do with a 10mm.
Fire one round in the general direction and the BG would be vaporized.
Then it’s back to sleep, like a baby.
The example of non-violent offender could be someone who forged a check, simple trespassing (my ex was put in jail for that - it appears that this may have woken her up that her antics have consequences - I don't know), simple possession of drugs (a lot of addicts are non-violent, indeed, a lot of addicts have jobs), that kind of thing.As for releasing "non violent offenders", I have to just shake my head. What exactly is a non violent offender? It can be anything from a simple drug bust, DUI, or child molester. It can be a burglar, car thief, con man, or pick pocket. There's all sorts of levels of criminals who haven't come face to face with their prey yet, so haven't taken the next step to becoming a violent offender. All it takes is them feeling cornered, or afraid their victim will identify them, and they can become a violent offender.
Don't be too sure, or you might eat those words. Right now our ignorant governor is considering exactly what you say wont happen. She has looked at sex offenders who are getting within a couple years of parole and are also around 60 yrs. old, and considering releasing them early.As far as I know, they are not releasing sex offenders.