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After you drew... what happened next?

This is a discussion on After you drew... what happened next? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by TSKnight Long story short, the car was stolen and both BG's had warrants. The revolver turned out to be an Iver Johnson ...

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    VIP Member Array paramedic70002's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by TSKnight View Post

    Long story short, the car was stolen and both BG's had warrants. The revolver turned out to be an Iver Johnson .32S&W
    Not to worry, I have one of them. Inacurate and probably wouldn't fire anyway.

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    the driver did go on in later life to become a police officer in a large city and lead a distinguisher career -- one that would never have been, had he pushed the issue that summer evening.

    I'm all for LEOs giving somebody a break but those boys should have been either shot or busted, effectively ending a career in law enforcement. I wonder what career related skeletons that distinguished LEO has in his closet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brobar View Post
    So a companion question to the one asked earlier about how many have had to draw... I would like to know out of those of you who have drawn... how many contacted the police after doing so and what was the result? It sounds like several people have had to draw, brandish, what have you... did you report the incident? How did the LEO take you displaying your weapon without the need to fire?
    In my case, when I drew, the bad guy ran away. I contacted the police and they showed up very quickly as a car was in the same shopping complex as the incident happened. Another unit caught up to the bad guy who had obviously ditched his gun by then but he was arrested on outstanding warrants and for a bag of weed he had on him.

    The police officers who responded did not disarm me and in fact expressed surprise that I did not shoot the suspect and told me that they themselves would most likely have shot him in the same situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpringerXD View Post
    If you're alone and you have to draw on a group of thugs or whatever, remember that they have witnesses and you don't.
    When I read that, I spontaneously recalled an old Mongol proverb: "Leave no eye open to weep".

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