McDonald's drive through 2 am.
This is a discussion on McDonald's drive through 2 am. within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; The issue with this drive through was that it completely blocked me in.
Also with the choice of weaponry the gangs have here, I wouldn't ...
September 21st, 2009 10:05 AM
The issue with this drive through was that it completely blocked me in.
Also with the choice of weaponry the gangs have here, I wouldn't stand a chance. Not sure where they shop, but most gangs here in WA state have automatic weapons. My Glock 36 would not be of much help if they opened fire in that small area.
Maybe I need to carry sandwiches when I am working late. Thanks so much for the suggestions.
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September 21st, 2009 10:05 AM
September 21st, 2009 10:12 AM
Bad drive-in to use, then, if it eliminates all your choices, right?
Originally Posted by wolfshead
A pop-gun won't be a good match against full-auto under any circumstances, you're right. Good tactics would include keeping moving, and keeping away from areas where those fools are active.
Not sure where they shop, but most gangs here in WA state have automatic weapons. My Glock 36 would not be of much help if they opened fire in that small area.
It would avoid the boxed-in, death tunnel at the drive-in. It would be less expensive. It would be healthier. Lots of reasons to make the minor change, particularly if the gangs are active in that exact part of town. Lots of good reasons to avoid that spot, and it seem there is no real reason not to.
Maybe I need to carry sandwiches when I am working late.
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September 21st, 2009 01:48 PM
Originally Posted by retsupt99
This is probably OK in a drive thru, but if you have ever read the account of the Miami FBI shoot out, one of the agents lost control of his weapon during the crash and the gun was not available to him when he needed it. In a drive in bumper to bumper the impact would probably not knock a gun to the floor, unless you just armoralled the seats.
See paragraph two under "The Shoot Out"
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September 21st, 2009 07:29 PM
Ive had an issue where I was boxed in at a traffic light before....
Guy cut me off, just came straight out, so I honked when I swerved to miss him... at the light he gets out and yells at me to get out.. then started towards my door..
I got out first and pulled my telescoping baton before he was able to get around the passenger side of my car...
That was before the days of my cwp, where I always had my baton in my car!
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