Would it be a corollary of Murphy's Law that if someone asks for recommendations on gun, ammo, magazine, bullet, powder, holster, etc. and the thread runs long, he will get a recommendation for every product on the market?
Firearms Corollation to Murphy's Law: When a question is asked on a firearms forum if it can be suggested, it will be - even if it does not address the original question posed.Would it be a corollary of Murphy's Law that if someone asks for recommendations on gun, ammo, magazine, bullet, powder, holster, etc. and the thread runs long, he will get a recommendation for every product on the market?
This is precisely why I don't bother asking a forum to help me make the decision between gun A and gun B lol. Get C, it's cheaper! I have D, it does me fine! Have you looked at E? It costs 4 times as much as A & B combined, but it's totally worth it! Forget all of that, get a router and mill out a receiver to build it yourself!
Sig makes a nice 1911....Glock does not!Even if you start a thread and say in it that you only want feedback on 1911s, some G-lock fanboy will interject how his Tupperware g-69 is superior to the antiquated 1911.
Then Some Sig. fanboy Will chime in. Then thread is worthless because all others will post about their non-1911 even the Hi-Pointers will want their two cents worth.
Well...duh ! Of course we do. That's why neighbors can sit down and drink a beer together that they both like...'see, I picked a good beer', 'you know that lawnmower I bought works like a champ', 'that boat I bought is great', and finally, 'my wife is the greatest'. :biglaugh:Seems when folks ask questions like that, others don't recommend what would work best for the OP, but what they themselves have or use. IMHO, some folks need validation for their own choices and talking others into the same thing makes them feel more comfortable with their choice.