Screw politics. When I came back to this great site I swore to myself I'd stay out of BS politics as much as I could stand. So I will concentrate on guns, and BS about guns, and if there isn't any gun BS I want to BS about, screw it I'm gonna make it. We have a cool man show on the radio here in Seattle. And they have a segment they do called "Man Rules." There are 4 of them on the show. Fans get to propose man rules which the crew debates and then vote on. In order for a proposed rule to become a "Man Rule" the vote must be unanimous. So the question is should every gun guy own a 9mmx19? You guys who know me know I'm a reluctant throw back. I'm not a revolver guy cause I insist. I'm a revolver guy because that really is all I've known. They are what I learned on, they are a ball of fun, and the damn things work. Why would anyone who isn't likely to see combat need anything else? Hell why would anyone who WILL see combat turn his nose up at an 8 shot 357 magnum packed full of bad ass full gonna blow your house down hot stuff with speed loaders? You could do a lot worst. But it's 2016, and that brick POS Hi Point JHP I owned for 4 years proved something to me. It choked twice in the out of the box first 3 rounds then went flawless for 800 to a thousand rounds. Oh there were other failures, but they were all my fault, not the gun's. When the gun was stock, and the loads good to go it consumed them with glee. That POS Hi Point, long gone now, convinced me you guys who claim zero failures from autos are not full of crap. I spent a lot of money for my FNP45, but it has been flawless. So that brings me to the point. Should a gun guy, a man or woman who loves guns for fun, have at least one 9mm Luger shooter? And if so, shouldn't it be a Glock?