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What do you tell your significant others?

This is a discussion on What do you tell your significant others? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Also a "given" for me---- my wife does not carry---sooooo----we train that I will protect her------ but-----my friends that do not carry and their wives,I ...

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    Also a "given" for me---- my wife does not carry---sooooo----we train that I will protect her------ but-----my friends that do not carry and their wives,I WILL NOT PROTECT. I have no duty to protect them. They are on their own. Most of my friends probably just assume that I carry. I had one friend that asked me in private,"what would you do if me and my wife and ya'll was out to dinner and xyz happened? I promptly let him know,"bubba,your on your own,GOOD LUCK". It sounds cruel ---- but ---- we all have priorities,mine is me and my wife. How many of ya'll out there know people that "just assume" that you will protect them. They feel that it's your job to take care of them cuz they are to darned lazy to get their CCW and train to be prepared. Some of them are even anti-gun and/or CCW. The above list of what to do if --it hits the fan looks real good to me . The list that the wife and I go by is very similar. A few things are different but that's just us. The very,very,important thing is that----WE ALL MUST HAVE A PLAN !----


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    Thumbs up Huckster

    Very Good and Valuable Thread...

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    Huckster,

    Good point on the getting behind me during gunfire.......not a wise course of action for me to recommend........I'm all too familiar with tunnel vision and loss of fine motor skills during an altercation. I'll rethink my tactics on this one.



    Mike

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