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    "Don't worry, I am a well-regulated militia member!" Quote: Leon Harrison

    Okay, I have not tried this one yet, having just thought it up. Hey, what do you expect for free, at least from me?

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    It's not a gun. I'm just happy to see you! (With apologies to Mae West).
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch; Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote."
    -- Benjamin Franklin

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    How did you know I was carrying??

    The "cop is too heavy" thing is a little silly, but I get it.

    The few people that have ever asked were just curious, so I've yet to have a bad experience with questions, but that topic usually doesn't come up unless I bring it up or it's someone I know somewhat well.

    Here in South Texas things are pretty easy. I work with people that make average salaries and many that are VERY wealthy. I can't believe the number of couples I've met that both have their CHL's. It's really a great thing. i would say almost have of my client this last year have them..... Of the ones where the conversation came up at all. And I'm not in the firearms business, I'm a wedding photographer.
    Proven combat techniques may not be flashy and may require a bit more physical effort on the part of the shooter. Further, they may not win competition matches, but they will help ensure your survival in a shooting or gunfight on the street. ~Paul Howe

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    Quote Originally Posted by razor02097 View Post
    Because the police have no obligation to protect me...I do.
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    This is my favorite answer right here in a nutshell. No other reason then this.
    Sad part is I say that to people and they don't believe me
    When I heard about the lawsuit where the guy sued the PD for not protecting him but lost because they didn't have an obligation to.

    That was my wake up call

    shortly after I got that wake up call I fell out of the dream world where hero in blue comes to rescue poor innocent citizens.
    I then was enlightened of the evil in this world and reality kicked in... in the form of a H&R model 400 12 gauge
    There is something about firing 4,200 thirty millimeter rounds/min that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

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    It's my lead pump!

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    [QUOTE=9MMare;1552461]"Because a policeman is too heavy"

    Like dat one dere covers it all so well

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    One liner

    Quote Originally Posted by JonInNY View Post
    It's not a gun. I'm just happy to see you! (With apologies to Mae West).
    I would like to be there just to see YOUR reaction, if the other person is a gay...

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    This past weekend I was at a gunshow at a major convention center in town. Well, right above the gunshow was a huuuuge comic convention. Some douche bags were running around with a camera asking participants of the comic convention loaded questions to the affect, "how do you feel about thousands of rednecks and extremists buying and trading death so close to you and your loved ones".....

    Well, I couldn't help myself....

    "When three rapists break into your home with intentions of robbing, beating, and assaulting you, your wife, and your little nerdlings, you better be standing there ready to confront them with more then your Luke Skywalker lightsaber, *******. And P.S., the home invaders don't care how deadly you are at Halo."


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    you better be standing there ready to confront them with more then your Luke Skywalker lightsaber

    Actually I was recently asked to justify carrying in another forum, this was my reply (more than one line but i think it sums it up nicely and politely.

    Though it's pretty clear some of you don't agree with my decision to carry weapons for personal defense, I hope you respect my right to do so. I am the one who chooses to assume said "risk" and I am the one who will have to deal with the consequences should I be force to use my weapon for self defense. Carrying a weapon capable of lethality is not a decision I made, nor anyone should make, lightly. I am a responsible, law abiding citizen. I look at the facts and decided that my protection is in my own hands. It is not the police or the government's responsibility to keep me safe, I don't fault them for this, they simply cannot be everywhere at once. I think it's ludicrous to "trust" that the man who wishes to rob you will leave you be once he gets what he wants. If someone chooses to threaten me, i will respond to that threat with an approprate amount force. From talking my way out of a situation up to the use of deadly force, I choose to have my bases covered. If you choose not to, that's your right. I won't try to get in your way. Please don't get in mine.
    MA2, USN

    When only cops have guns, it's called a "police state". Love your country, but never trust its government.
    -- Robert A. Heinlein.

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    Wow... these are some great responses.

    I think we all get tired of the paranoid person that forces us to justify our decisions to carry. Yes, concealed is concealed but close family and friends will be curious and just might ask.

    With all of these great answers, we now have a few words to respond with to help people understand our decision, in our own personal way.

    Now I got to say I like most of these responses... BUT especially these...

    "In my entire life, I've never regretted having a Plan B!"


    " I only bring my gun when I KNOW I will need it... (how do you know you will need it) ...EXACTLY! When seconds count, the cops are only minutes away!"
    " If you keep aiming for NOTHING, you will hit it every time! "

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    I'm in the HVAC Business. I have been moving or carrying heavy equipment most of my life. My knees, ankles, elbows and shoulders are shot and I have arthritis and Gout.

    My basic response to "Why do you carry"

    Because I'm to tired and lazy to get in a physical confrontation with anyone

    You'd be amazed at what lengths I go, to avoid a confrontation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xsigma40cal View Post
    "I'd rather win than fight fair."
    I don't really like this one. I don't think there's anything unfair about defending yourself

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    Because you don't.

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    Combo answer? "Because you don't, so I can't depend on you to save my life either."
    ‎An enemy of liberty is no friend of mine. I do not owe respect to anyone who would enslave me by government force, nor is it wise for such a person to expect it. -- Isaiah Amberay

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    Because your Momma likes it when I do. OK....maybe not.
    " In theory, reality and theory are the same. In reality, they are not."


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