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What recourse do you have?!?!

This is a discussion on What recourse do you have?!?! within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Treo But this guy's in a bank . We're looking at a haul of thousands of Dollars (there are 8 teller windows ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treo View Post
    But this guy's in a bank . We're looking at a haul of thousands of Dollars (there are 8 teller windows at my bank I'm guessing over a thousand at each one)

    Why is he dicking around w/ wallets?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandman1212 View Post
    greed...
    Judging by what I've read in the news and on the web most bank robberies or over in less than 5 minutes. There was even a video floating around here of a guy robbing a hotel and the customer right next to the robber didn't even realize what was happening until the robber shot himself I just don't see it.
    That said. if I'm on the ground like everyone is saying I'm going to align my pistol right along the floor and take his feet off .

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    lol, treo is the only one who said what i was thinking as far as the wallets go, why is he not going for the tellers drawers? although I would think maybe waiting for him to turn then aim for the side of his leg, i would be afraid of a ricochet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Treo View Post
    Why is he dicking around w/ wallets?
    credit cards? hopeing someone has the SSN in there wallet?

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    ..............so its a identity theft being covered by a bank robbery?
    "The value you put on the lost will be determined by the sacrifice you are willing to make to seek them until they are found."

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    OK, this is just me thinking but if I were going to commit a robbery I wouldn't want anyone reaching into their pockets. I would want their hands right out where I could see them. but that's just me

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    Uh, be a good witness?

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    Short answer - Within 30 seconds of this beginning the BG would be dead. At that range Im not missing a shot to the head and Im not thinking twice about it. The situation went to worse before it even went bad by grabbing my loved one. Even if he turned his back on me while still holding my daughter, Im still going to shoot and deal with anything legal problems later. As I said, he grabbed my family and said he would kill them and by doing so effectively gave up any chance he ever had of walking away.
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    consider the identity theft a bonus, get the direct cash and the cance to steal identities latter

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