Drawing once you're in the BG's crosshairs?
This is a discussion on Drawing once you're in the BG's crosshairs? within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Suntzu, it seems that we are at a crossroad. I have my opinion on this scenario and you do to. Im going to leave it ...
December 23rd, 2011 01:06 PM
Suntzu, it seems that we are at a crossroad. I have my opinion on this scenario and you do to. Im going to leave it at that.
Don"t let stupid be your skill set....
Never be ashamed of a scar. It simply means, that you were stronger than whatever tried to hurt you......
December 23rd, 2011 01:20 PM
You are right, I should adhere strictly to the TOS.... Oh, I saw this in the TOS:
Creative workarounds (the use of special characters to replace some letters) on language are not allowed. Violators of this rule will be warned once;
Now, to answer to you: i am not is any kinda contest with anyone sir, it appears you are with me. The gentleman asked me a question in a post. I replied. And next time I will ask not have a post of mine taken out of context. You sir, are the only one that seems to have an issue with me. I have my opinions, I stated them. You replied back that you do not seem to share them.
Originally Posted by Harryball
December 23rd, 2011 03:06 PM
As the OP, I want to say thanks to everyone who contributed. I think my question's been answered and I have a lot to think about. I think any further debates can be continued in a new thread.
December 24th, 2011 12:16 PM
Another superb trainer that I highly recommend is Randy Cain, Cumberland Tactics. Randy is a true Southern gentleman, no ego and a great instructor. IIRC he's former LE. I took his Tactical Handgun 101 with him a few years ago. I've also taken two similar courses by Gabe Suarez. Very different personalities and both very effective trainers.
I would recommend Tactical Handgun 101 first and follow it up with Close Quarters Tactics.
ETA: Sorry, I forgot the link http://www.guntactics.com/index.htm
December 25th, 2011 05:29 PM
i would agree with all this but unless someone is trained to do this kind of thing, I think it is a losing proposition.
Originally Posted by Bark'n
having said that though, if the situation is such that if you fight back you might be killed but if you don't fight back you surely will be killed, then my vote is for fighting back any and every way you can to try to save your life or the lives of your loved ones. I don't think I'll ever go down without a fight. If I do, then it's because I was taken out early in the incident and it was by complete surprise.
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