Many mouse guns or “get off me” guns are available in the market, and its perfect for concealment.
With the small stature comes the debate of is that enough knock down power for personal defense?
Maybe not but like it or not, these little nostril guns play a roll as a secondary backup.
Many gun gurus talk of using these GOM guns for “dynamic cover.” Its simply returning gunfire to get the bad guy to stop an attack just enough for you to escape.
Another tactic is when your primary gun is out of commission and out of ammo and using the .22 as a tactical retreat. Its understood that the .22 is not going to be used for standing your ground.
Accuracy is not a huge priority for “GOM” guns, due to the nature of its use at close quarter. Utilizing these mouses will be at arms range or even closer if we’re wrestling.
But if accuracy is a concern and you’re a decent shot, you should be able to put it in one inch six to nine shot groups.
If you’re ok and understand the purpose of these “GOM” guns. Here are 5 “Get Off Me” guns that should help you in a tight spot.
There are other mouse guns running around out there that we didn’t mention, let us know below.
As we said earlier, these “Get Off Me” guns won’t take down a bad guy with a double tap but when used wisely and discreetly with your mano mano skills, “Get Off Me” guns have their place. Like this typical scenario below shared by the folks at ShivWorks, doing their close quarter work with an emphasis on weapons awareness.
The training pistol used is full size, but imagined if you had the “Get Off Me” guns, it would probably be easier to pull out if needed.
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