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Drawn once, didn't have to fire. Combat Handguns magazine published the story in their "It Happened To Me" column a fee months ago, paid me $100 bucks for the story if you can believe that.
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Draw only: Once in 37 years.
Thankfully, I haven't had to do either, although, I suppose the odds of having to do it are decreasing, since it seems like the bad guys are increasing.
I practice draw and fire exercises so I will have some muscle memory in case I ever need it.
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I have while in the vehicle gotten a firearm out and ready, but no one could see it but me. I have also put my hand on my gun without drawing it in a pinch but as far as pistols that is it. I have pulled my shot gun to save myself, but didnt fire it.
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I have drawn once, never fired.
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Yeah. Didn't like it then and wouldn't like it again. Talley?? One dead coyote, one rabid dog, two skunks, four poison snakes, one feral hog on a walk around of my country place, a (small) bear in Alaska and two boogers.
Last edited by Gladius; August 13th, 2011 at 05:19 PM.
If you want to talk about drawing weapons in SD, then the experts are honestly a bunch of 18-30 years olds. You old guys could learn a few things.
If you're strictly talking as a CC'r in the US, then disregard.
OLD??? We're NOT OLD We are simply well seasoned!!
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Never drawn or fired.
With twenty plus years of carry, drawn twice during attempted home invasions, zero rounds fired.
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