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I’m all for the latest improvements in guns and gear for concealed carry. And, while on the surface it might sound as if it’s a contradiction, I also believe in the old adage, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

Much is discussed about “the latest advances in ammo,” especially when it comes to bullet design with the latest hollowpoints and revolutionary lightweight solids. Sure, these new designs are better than the old roundnose lead bullets my dad carried in his service revolver when he was a police officer. But consider that among handgun cartridges, two of today’s most popular—the 9mm Luger and .45 ACP—are both more than 100 years old. If you prefer a revolver, consider that the .38 Special is well into three digits in age too. The .357 Magnum is a relative newcomer, having made its debut in 1935.

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