This is a discussion on The day after you beat him up? within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by bigiceman ... I wear a distinctive outfit almost all the time... ...or maybe we ought to pass on that. Good advice for ...
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Hope the jailer announces to his fellow inmates a lil girl whooped his butt and put him in jail. Maybe they will make him wear a dress and he/she will learn what it feels like to be preyed upon
Abort the Obamanation not the Constitution
Those who would, deny, require permit, license, certification, or authorization for me to bear arms are as vile, dangerous & evil as those who would molest, abuse, assault, rape or murder my family
I have had situations where I've run into people that I've had to forcibly eject from my work, and even some people who I've had to get pretty physical with. None of them have bothered me one bit. Some have even apologized for their bad behavior. In a case like this, I wouldn't change my routine but I'd definitely be more aware in that place. More than likely the guy won't remember you.
Depends. I work at an inner city high school. If I get jumped in the parking lot, I make certain the perp is extremely injured when he goes down. The school district probably assigns me to a regional office until the school police complete their investigation. If I'm offered a chance to go back there, I take it. The kids all love me and those who don't will have heard about the incident and still be reluctant to take me on, so I can remain an effective teacher.
Former Army Infantry Captain; 25 yrs as an NRA Certified Instructor; Avid practitioner of the martial art: KLIK-PAO.
Living in a small town, "avoid the area" would mean moving while we still owe six figures on the house. Higher SA, friends who know who to look for, (and to alert the PD if they see him) and a willingness to do what it takes to survive are all that should be needed.