In our preparation, we often include weapons in our list of gear and supplies we keep with us. They help us with something very important to survival, self defense, as we just aren't deadly enough on our own.
Any smart prepper will always have at least a couple different weapons in their collection of survival resources and equipment, as they can repel attackers, eliminate threats, and multiple weapons means more ways to protect ourselves.
However, if we try and gather too many, then things start to get out of hand as we lose track of things. Wouldn't it be nice if there was a convenient way of combining our weapons or eliminating the need for more with just one?
Well, it sure would, and that wish has come true for us. This pistol is one of the most variable and versatile guns out there. In fact, it can fire essentially any bullet caliber. And it's just one pistol, with tons of customization, change, and modification options.
So, for any prepper who really wants to survive, I suggest learning about this pistol and getting your hands on one, as it is a valuable aid to anybody.
This is a review of the most versatile pistol in the world, from our pals at Off the Grid News.
The Versatile Survival Pistol That Lets You Shoot ANY Caliber
While there are literally hundreds of barrel combinations for the Contender series in dozens of calibers and lengths, with careful shopping, a few will stand out for the devoted off-gridder or survivalist.
The .22 LR seems like an obvious choice, but this is one I wouldn’t go out of my way to get. If you already have an accurate .22 handgun that you can harvest game with, lugging around a Contender barrel won’t give you any edge, although it is hard to argue against the potential increased accuracy the Contender offers.
Put this one low on your priority list, along with many of the highly effective but essentially unique to the Contender rounds like the aforementioned 7-30 Waters, or any of the other specialty rounds popular for the Contender.
In no particular order, I would choose either .357 or .44 magnum due to the commercial success of those rounds. I’d follow it up with a .30-30 barrel, maybe a .223 and a .45-70 for taking big game. If you can find one, and it is legal in your state (sorry, California) a .45 Colt/.410 barrel with a special choke can be had (although sometimes at great expense), expanding your cartridge choices.
As a hunting pistol, you won’t be shooting thousands or even hundreds of rounds out of your Contender a year. This isn’t a combat weapon, and in a grid failure scenario, even a few dozen rounds can keep you in meat for a long time. That does not mean you should neglect a proper ammo supply, though, of at least a couple hundred rounds for each barrel you have.
So, you can just see how adaptable and versatile this gun is! It's definitely a staple of survival and every prepper should consider getting one. To learn more useful survival info, please visit Off the Grid News.
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