This is a discussion on What do you say? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Well, I'm sure I won't have much of worth to add but I'll throw my comments in. What the heck. I think that as Only ...
Well, I'm sure I won't have much of worth to add but I'll throw my comments in. What the heck.
I think that as Only Glock stated, if you draw you should be ready and prepared to shoot. But if you shoot when unneeded, say if the BG drops his knife or turns to run, you are in for some serious trouble. Fortunately, statistically you seem to be more likely to draw and not shoot. So your CCW worked.
I get these news letter things from someplace called the Force Science Research Center, which is associated with the University of Minnessota (or is it WI?) and one of the recent ones talked about a study done said that police officers used less forceful language (beta language) much more often in violent confrontations. With a normal stop they used alpha language as desired but not so much when it was needed most. That's probably a training thing. My point is that being clear, no matter what you actually say, is very important. (Also, if anyone has heard of this Force Science place your opinions would be appreciated.)
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Police search warrant --- GUN GUN GUN --- Police ---Federal Agent !!!!!!!! Obviously depends on the situation!!!!