Caliber Warriors

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Caliber Warriors" ~ from hickok45

"Caliber Warriors" ~ from hickok45
What's the BEST caliber??? Make all the comments you wish; however, if you're going to take some big issue with something I say, please watch the ENTIRE video and listen carefully. :-)
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There have been 50 comments on this video from Sunday, April 26th, 2020 to Sunday, May 24th, 2020. Comments have been closed on this video, "Caliber Warriors".
Comment on: Sunday, May 24th, 2020 by JOHN FORD
Carry the biggest caliber you can control.
Comment on: Monday, May 18th, 2020 by KEVIN MR GOOD TIMES
I agree 100%
Comment on: Sunday, May 17th, 2020 by J 24
No replacement for shot placement. 22 in the right spot will do the trick, though, ideally, I would want something a tad bigger.
Comment on: Thursday, May 14th, 2020 by NIKITA GRIGORIEV
One of your best videos. Great job guys!
Comment on: Wednesday, May 13th, 2020 by DAVID ALTERGOTT JR
My wife is taking her CPL course the end of this month, and we got her a Glock 42 as she's comfortable with it. I don't want her to one minute think she's at a disadvantage. She might be better equipped than me with my Glock 19 unless I start getting better faster !
Comment on: Wednesday, May 13th, 2020 by KYLE FARMER
I freaking love the fact that he won't even point his finger gun at the imaginary bad guy because he isn't ready to shoot yet. That's true muzzle discipline.
Comment on: Monday, May 11th, 2020 by BROCK
I agree, the caliper that you can reliably carry and use is the best for you. I get people that make fun of me for carrying a .357 Magnum, because it only holds 5 rounds. That may be true, but it's saved my bacon twice. Once during an armed robbery attempt (at work), and again in attempted mugging(wrong place, wrong time). Both times I never had to fire a shot, just pulling my firearm was enough to send the attackers running. (Turned out the gun the guy tried to rob me with at work was a fake BTW)
Comment on: Sunday, May 10th, 2020 by SVAMPMOLN
I live in country where we cannot carry guns, but if we could get carry permits I for sure would. I do get that "just to be safe" aspect of it, self defense is self defense, you only got one life and so what if the risk of you having to use the gun against someone is slim, there is still a risk... What I don't get is the people who only apply that logic to guns. People who barley use their seatbelt, helmets on bikes, have terrible diets, don't work out, smoke, drink excessively, take drugs etc etc. there are so many ways you are statistically more prone to harm or kill yourself than through not being able to defend yourself in an attack, yet that is so often the main, or only, focus and nothing else seem to matter. And just to repeat myself, I'm pro-gun. I just can't wrap my head around some overweight slob in the McDonald drive through trying to use the argument "I need this to defend myself"... dude, you're your own worst enemy, you'll for sure kill yourself before anyone else even has the chance to try to ^^
Comment on: Friday, May 8th, 2020 by POWWOWCHICKEN
An armed society is a polite society The reason why so many people are impolite is because they have no fear for their actions. It is why there are so many ass holes online.
Comment on: Friday, May 8th, 2020 by POWWOWCHICKEN
An armed society is a polite society The reason why so many people are impolite is because they have no fear for their actions. It is why there are so many ass holes online.
Comment on: Thursday, May 7th, 2020 by SWEET DAVE
Ammo capacity?
Comment on: Tuesday, May 5th, 2020 by DAVID MILLER
it's important to remember the history of guns pre WWI. Most hunting rifles and military rifles used "stopping rounds". Both of those occupations require that. Consumer guns don't. Even when the governments got rid of stock from getting new guns, the buyers (usually consumers) used a lighter charged shell than either military or hunting rounds. That is why the U.S. Government used the Colt 1911, the .45 ACP was considered a man stopper and back then cavalry was a problem. You didn't want cavalry running into the flanks of your artillery so they needed man stopping rounds to stop it. Just before WWI the idea of a smaller bullet at higher velocities was being looked at. Those experiments led to the AR-10/AR-15 bullet choices. The are small enough to tumble, yet they travel at high velocities. History is wonderful when you dig into it. (note: their were other rifles that also used the small round with high velocities that were built and accepted WWI and after)
Comment on: Tuesday, May 5th, 2020 by THEZOMBIEBURNER
Shot placement is king, adequate penetration is queen. Everything else is angels dancing on the head of a pin.
Comment on: Tuesday, May 5th, 2020 by ÅKE JOHANSSON
My favourite is 327 fed mag. Shot it only once when i visited Denver, Colorado, 10 years ago. Dream gun is a nifty 7 shot with 3,5 barrell. I Live in Sweden so it's just a dream. Great Channel
Comment on: Tuesday, May 5th, 2020 by DAVID GARON
I Agree, it was a 22LR that almost killed President Reagan. In my opinion like you Stress, its where you put the Round. So with that, Reflexes and Maintaining Proper Training will win the day over a Lazy High Caliber Shooter.
Comment on: Monday, May 4th, 2020 by PAT JAROSH
Also the aspect of jacketed hollow points most expand 2-2 1/2 times there size creating maximum damage
Comment on: Friday, May 1st, 2020 by AB C
This is a great gun for da fence.
Comment on: Friday, May 1st, 2020 by DENVER ADAMS
I would prefer to have a Ruger Redhawk chambered for .41mag on me for self defense. However, I have a small frame. I am 5'2" and 128lbs. So I carry a Ruger LCPII .380 with hollowpoint ammo. This little pocket gun is about all I can conceal; while the .41mag is great for strapping to my hip and taking with me when I am tramping around in the woods. I have a CCP and am on my church's security detail. I am also a US Marine veteran and retired correctional officer.
Comment on: Thursday, April 30th, 2020 by A ZED
If you want to poke holes in people how about a pitchfork or an cordless drill with a 3/4 inch wood bit.
Comment on: Thursday, April 30th, 2020 by T MAC
Dirty Harry says his 44 magnum can blow your head clean off.... believe it.
Comment on: Wednesday, April 29th, 2020 by DSTAN126
My main priority for a handgun is concealability, my main goal with a handgun is to break contact. For all other gun usage a rifle or shotgun is superior.
Comment on: Wednesday, April 29th, 2020 by ROB DRIGGS
It's the one you can carry and shoot that works best . I packed a Aluminium 422 Smith & Wesson forever . I bought a Ruger Blackhawk .44 mag for in the mountains and hunting big game . Now I pack a 1911 .45 around home and out checking cows . I live in grizzley country so in the mountains it's either my .44 or my 454 Casull . Different situations require versatility in a carry weapon selection.
Comment on: Wednesday, April 29th, 2020 by WILLIAM GREENE
I carry a SR 40 and a S&W 9mm every day. Because I don't want them ever say " He died because he left his gun at home" .
Comment on: Tuesday, April 28th, 2020 by GONE RYDIN
I'm 66 years old. I carry every day. Have yet to pull the trigger on another human. So far my caliber of choice is irrelevant.
Comment on: Tuesday, April 28th, 2020 by JORGEN GEESINK
I would like to carry a firearm on my person, but I don't want to break the law doing it. So it stays in the safe. perhaps in case of a long power blackout with looting and such, I could change my mind.
Comment on: Tuesday, April 28th, 2020 by POACHER 1979
I miss the old caliber wars on the forums. Some fun debates.
Comment on: Tuesday, April 28th, 2020 by RICHARD RUSOFF
Guess I will never see the Taurus 692 reviewed :( Oh well, hey John straighten dad's hat next video, he looks like he's from Kentucky :)
Comment on: Tuesday, April 28th, 2020 by JOHN FORD
Down here in wild Colombia we are trained not to "present yor weapon" to an armed threat. You just light em um baby and let God almighty sort em out. Amen.
Comment on: Tuesday, April 28th, 2020 by CHANDLER ARNOLD
Carry what is comfortable for you it doesnt matter. Proficiency with whatever you carry is what stops threats. If you cant hit your mark it doesnt do you much good. Whatever you carry train train train!!!
Comment on: Tuesday, April 28th, 2020 by DIGITALUNDERGROUND7
(UK here).I'd love to just hold one of those, unloaded! Would really make my day :)
Comment on: Monday, April 27th, 2020 by LACY MCCARTY
great info just what i needed to here.
Comment on: Monday, April 27th, 2020 by MR DUDE
What is your all time favorite gun to shoot?
Comment on: Monday, April 27th, 2020 by JUSTIN BOYER
The longer I carry the smaller my gun seems to get. Thankfully I can still keep the same caliber. Love my xds mod 2 in .45
Comment on: Monday, April 27th, 2020 by CRONO0190
Reminds me of the scene from Pulp Fiction, divine intervention when the third guy opened up on the two of them with a hand cannon and hits nothing but sheet rock, carry what you can handle for sure! Great videos as always!
Comment on: Monday, April 27th, 2020 by NICOLAS GARCIA
Really? A 44 or a Shotgun? Browning machingun 12,70...and i wait beging the door with a welcome sing behind me
Comment on: Monday, April 27th, 2020 by MICHAEL HITCHCOCK
My uncle was killed in 1982 in Riverside, CA with a .22. A senseless dispute between him & his girlfriends ex-boyfriend.
Comment on: Monday, April 27th, 2020 by MIKE
Mr. Hickok, I'm a retired LEO who was also a firearms instructor. I've never had to fire my weapon at a suspect thank God. I have absolutely no issue with your advice whatsoever. Now that I'm retired and no longer have to worry about training folks on rifle/pistol/sh otgun and SMG I have returned to my roots. Just a simple wheel gun in .44spcl with a 4" bbl. Hard to beat for most things. Thanks for the extra content lately, God bless.
Comment on: Monday, April 27th, 2020 by INLE BLACK
I wish I lived in the USA because I would love to have a good gun collection!
Comment on: Monday, April 27th, 2020 by MECHA THANOS
I just want the perfect caliber and I got it. .40 cal S&W
Comment on: Monday, April 27th, 2020 by JAMES LOYD
I carry a duel disk and the Egyptian God cards. Don't @ me about my superior EDC game.
Comment on: Monday, April 27th, 2020 by MRONYXRAVEN
Hickock45 hit the ejector for that .44 Mag. Maybe Wing Nuts Media can do another drunken rant about revolvers and how the world will end if you do that.
Comment on: Monday, April 27th, 2020 by BLANCK0037
Hey buddy.. i have been watching you for a long time.. Things are crazy here in NYC right now, but I'm a Detective with the NYPD and want your opinion with the best snub nose for off duty revolver? Thank you for all you do!!!!
Comment on: Monday, April 27th, 2020 by TODD COX
Good advice. Thank you sir.
Comment on: Monday, April 27th, 2020 by SUE RARICK
As my brother said - "carried a 38 S&W and it killed as good as a 45 in Vietnam" He also used to say center mass was a person's nose
Comment on: Sunday, April 26th, 2020 by ALAN C
Sawed off 12ga double barrel 8" with pistol grip and buck shot in one tube slug in other!!
Comment on: Sunday, April 26th, 2020 by AARON WILSON
It's not the size its how you use it.
Comment on: Sunday, April 26th, 2020 by ALAN PRUETT
Indians killed each other and a lot of settlers with a bow & arrow moving at a velocity of what.....200 feet per second. Find the caliber in the gun you can shoot with, and practice!
Comment on: Sunday, April 26th, 2020 by CLIFJR954
Handguns a handgun at the end of the day.. Either you have rifle problems or you dont.
Comment on: Sunday, April 26th, 2020 by JOHN LEWTON
Good on ya, Hickok45
Comment on: Sunday, April 26th, 2020 by NORTHSHORES
After hearing your comment about staying out of those places where you know there is danger, I must say that in the world of today, there are quit a few criminals who are basically everywhere and have started to go after them who have something worth taking by force. Thanks to lax punishment of severe criminals and gun restrictions, America is dangerous every place you go. It aint the 50's anymore. I would also be very cautious about letting fly alot of bullets as fast as you can pull the trigger for then you will endanger others. Caution plus careful aiming is always required.

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