Cost of losing in a shooting?
This is a discussion on Cost of losing in a shooting? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Smitty901
In Wisconsin if you use it the LEO take it. Once they have it your not getting it back. There have ...
November 5th, 2012 06:15 PM
There have been more than that...
Originally Posted by Smitty901
Example: Teen charged after robbery victim kills alleged accomplice
When it was looking like CCL's were going to be a reality, some friends at work were discussing that they wouldn't carry their expensive guns due to the possibility of losing them this way. At the time I started thinking about it and bought my Ruger LC9 on this basis. I have since decided my life is worth more than that, and have taken to carrying my Wilson and Ed Browns ona regular basis.
I still carry the LC9 a fair amount when I want something light and compact, or when I am doing things where it could easily take a beating (mountain biking etc). I am not taking anything away from it, it serves a great purpose.
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November 5th, 2012 08:09 PM
I wouldn't avoid carrying an Ed Brown, I can always order another. I do avoid carrying My grandfathers SAA Colt. Even if I found another its not Grandpa's gun. DR
Originally Posted by Yetiman
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