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This is a discussion on Noticing a new trend within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Good thread!! Lots of good, respectful back-and-forth discussion, each round (Mostly) refining the issues and counter-points. Lots of thought-provoking ideas and concepts to think through. ...

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    Good thread!! Lots of good, respectful back-and-forth discussion, each round (Mostly) refining the issues and counter-points. Lots of thought-provoking ideas and concepts to think through. Well done everybody!!
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    People can say whatever they want, when it comes down to it - nobody knows what they'll do in my opinion. Everything goes out the window except (hopefully) self defense training.

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    One area I certainly need to work on... the knowledge that I would almost always brandish when defense of my kids or wife is involved.

    I'm fairly sure that if it's just me and BG, no sidearm comes into play unless they show one first.

    When it comes to my family however... I think that I might over-react to easily.

    Luckily, I've not yet had to find out.

    This has got my wheels spinning from the thread Harryball started about what happened to him in a local convenience store.

    Another good thread here, thanx suntzu.

    Threads like this one is why I joined DC and remain here.

    All good things to knock my one-track mind off its course every now and then!!!

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    xXxplosive and limatunes both make excellent points.

    Reference a previous thread I started.

    SA can save your butt, even when not packin.

    I believe that if I and my friend had not reacted to the approaching young man I would have found out what his intentions were. I am perfectly happy not knowing till this day.

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