So with that said, let me show you what I have set up for home defense
Yes, that is the most recently configuration of Kelly, my Kel-Tec Sub-2000. He is chambered in 9mm and eats from 33-round Glock magazines. I have three of them and they are all filled with Speer Gold Dot 124gr. +P JHP rounds, meaning I can bring 100 rounds of deterrence to the party if necessary. I'm told that the longer barrel effectively increases the muzzle velocity of the rounds such that they hit with a force closer to a .357 Magnum than a 9mm, but I've never chronographed them.
Kelly is further pimped out with the following goodies:
- Aluminum Sub-2000 Forend Rails
- CL-43 420 lumen flashlight
- Quick-detach Red/Green Dot Sight with Riser (red for night/house use, green for daytime/outside)
- Bolt Tube Cover from Tacticool Products
- Twisted Industries' Double Finger Operating Handle
- Sling Thing Rear Attachment
- Unidentified forward grip and single-point sling
Now obviously, I have not used this firearm in an actual home defense scenario (and I hope I never will), so I cannot tell you how well it works under those conditions. What I can tell you, however, is that I have been using all of these items for years, taking the gun to the range (and the Bidet Shoot) and practicing my "ZOMG intruder in the house what do I do?" drills*, and so far not a single one of them has failed or broken.
So, what's YOUR home defense gun wearing? Let's see some pictures, gunnies!
* Yes, I realize how stupid that sounds. As I lack formal training, I'm basically making it up as I go along anyway, so I might as well give a stupid name to my stupidly fumbling in a darkened house as I try to slice the pie in the most tactical manner possible.