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I would say when a handgun is so powerful that the shooter most probably couldn't pull the trigger the second time because the recoil could have broken his own hands or arms then that gun has met the ultimate big enough handgun. When firing a handgun while even wearing hearing protection can still cause the shooter hearing damage then again the handgun probably exceeds being big enough or powerful enough.
Some guns the shooter might take less bodily injury if he let the attacker assault him rather than shoot him. I doubt those that like big and powerful handguns wouldn't even care to shoot some of the super big and powerful handguns. Here you can take my turn shooting this hand cannon. I will be in the grandstand watching from far away and I still will be wearing hearing protection.

 
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