Protecting others? would you or not?

This is a discussion on Protecting others? would you or not? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Tom G The reason people don't jump in and aid people in trouble is sleazy lawyers. Lawyers will take any case right ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom G View Post
    The reason people don't jump in and aid people in trouble is sleazy lawyers. Lawyers will take any case right or wrong just to get their big pay day
    Come on Tom, this type of statement detracts from what is a serious and important topic. No intent here to offend you, but your post impugns the integrity of an entire class of individuals, including me, and IMO has no place being posted on this Forum.


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    You know I hear a lot of people calling themselves sheepdogs on this forum, and then this question comes up and then it is "like well I am a sheepdog for my flock and the wolf can have the other sheep in town just not mine"!

    I hope and pray if I ever have to step up to defend this country (and it's people) against an enemy foreign or domestic I have the intestinal fortitude to do it.

    I pray GOD grants me the wisdom to know the good guy from the bad, the weak from the abuser, and right from wrong.

    I certainly hope I will measure up to the responsibility of having a CHL!
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    damn, i was going to make a comment but not only did all the points get covered, now i'm just angry at lawyers.
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    It's extremely easy to say what your do when in fact all things may change when it actually happens!

    I certainly hope I keep a cool head and use common sense if I am unlucky enough to be in this type of perdicament.

    I agree that certain situations require an immediate action whether it be pulling your weapon or dialing 911 and observing from a distance.
    If I had to "hope im right" I dont think it would be wise to intervene until I know im right. JMO

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