The Type of Weapon for Each Situation (philosophy of Use)

Would you use a hammer to thread a screw? A screwdriver to peel a wire? Would you use a hammer to hammer a 2-centimeter nail? Weapons, like tools that are, have specific purposes, such as a hammer, a screwdriver, or pliers. Each tool / weapon is appropriate for a different situation. This is not limited to types of weapons with noveske lower is the right choice, have to be taken into consideration the size, weight, ammunition. There is no magic weapon, which is good for all situations. A good hunting weapon for birds, such as a long-barreled shotgun, is a poor choice for defense in confined environments. A 22 pistol is not the best option for hunting large animals. A Desert Eagle, despite being an object of desire of many gun aficionados, is a terrible choice for defense, its philosophy of use is collecting.

The range of possible situations in the use of a firearm is enormous. Hunting, personal defense, patrimonial defense, protection of VIPs, residential defense, sports shooting, collecting, recreation. Since each of these situations can have many variants, such as sports shooting, where they are used from pistols (IPSC) to skeet / trap and even pressure weapons in Olympic modalities. In personal defense (size) enter various criteria such as shooter size, clothing, climate, aversion to recoil, ability, size of hands. There are many variables that can influence the choice of using one type or another of weapons.

As already exemplified above, the locality greatly influences the decision of which weapon to use. In confined spaces, the use need-a-gunof medium / large size short weapons is most appropriate. For carrying on the street, a small short gun is better. The use of long beamed guns is generally best for locations where the possibility of remote firing is greater, such as in a rural area, at a site. The use of rifles is more suitable for protection at medium distances (up to 80 meters) or hunting.


All of these factors have to be taken into account when choosing a weapon. The ideal is to have at least one weapon for each situation, in addition to a backup. If police and security work are considered, the range of weapons is even greater, and there is also the issue of non-lethal weapons, which also have their function but do not replace firearms.

In the USA it is not uncommon for a person to have more than a dozen weapons, without entering into collecting and sport. Preceding logic and reason in the choice of weapons and buying noveske kx3, a person who lives in an urban center, who travels inland, who hunts and shoots as recreation, will have an easy 8 or more weapons. A pistol and 22 rifle for recreation, two short self-defense guns, a small game and pest control gun, a medium / large animal hunting / defense weapon (usually long and lightning), one or two defense rifles residential and hunting birds. This all with 100% practical employment, in few locations, not counting collecting or sports.

Within this context, the attempt to limit the number of weapons allowed for civilian use, through criteria without technical / scientific grounds, as in current law in Brazil, leaves the citizen with inadequate tools in many situations. Today’s 6-gun limit is, as good as it is, very inadequate.

The importance of the purpose of each weapon is the reason I mention “philosophy of use” in every new weapon noveske kx5 I make. It is important to understand for what purpose each weapon was designed, as they do NOT meet all possible situations. While the “disarmament statute” is not repealed, Brazilians are doing their best, with inadequate tools in many cases. This should influence the decision to buy new weapons, which should be very well thought out, especially in a restrictive environment like Texas.


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