Your total is -36.
This is a discussion on Take a short test, and rate your risk of serious assault within the Home (And Away From Home) Defense Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; -28 fer this Ky. hillbilly...
Your total is -36.
Universal Background Checks...the next step towards registration and confiscation.
AR. CHL Instr. 07/02 FFL
Like custom guns and stuff? Check this out...
-18.......Not too bad. I wouldn't want to go up against someone else who does thing the same way I do. I guess that's pretty good.
"The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants."
-4 for me
I score +38, I guess mainly because my wife opens the door to anyone. However that is misleading, as we have had strangers visiting us only once in the last two years and that wa a census worker. My home is not visible from any road unless the outside lights are on at night and even then it can only be seen if you happen to be looking through the woods at just the moment. We don't go into town a lot and I carry when I do. I also scored low because I can't run 300 meters (arthritus) and I am over 60.
I saw a flaw----- they think every one works, whats that?
I got a 2......guess I better practice more.
"These are the times that try men's souls. The summer soldier
and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the
service of his country; but he that stands it now, deserves the
love and thanks of man and woman."
-- Thomas Paine (The American Crisis, No. 1, 19 December 1776)
Guns dont kill people. people kill people
+24. I don't always carry. However one thing funny. Years before AR. ever got concealed carry, I lived on the south side of town on the wrong side of the tracks and walked most places since I didn't drive at the time. I never had a fear of being attacked. I have been told that it's because of my attitude. It's never been overly friendly, and have been told I looked extremely P.O.ed and ready to do extreme harm to anyone who just spoke to me. And this was years before my sister was murdered.
Oh, and my attitude hasn't gotten much better over the years.
Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana.
Plus I don't count walking my dog as a liability, rather, I would not walk without her.
I don't think going through a drive through ATM (which you can see all sides of before you pull up....) is as bad as they make all ATMs sound.
My mailbox doesn't lock......I don't think I know anybody who has a locking mailbox.
I do guess that driving around for a day on E is a bad thing, but considering that there is a gas station on every street corner it's not like I'm travelling down the Interstate on less than 1/8 tank.
I go camping with a gun and my dog in quiet places, it's not the same as going on a drunk party at the lake.
I do deliver pizza, so I do consider myself at risk concerning my work...however not many of these questions took that into consideration.
That cound almost describe me. RR tracks and walking and all.However one thing funny. Years before AR. ever got concealed carry, I lived on the south side of town on the wrong side of the tracks and walked most places since I didn't drive at the time. I never had a fear of being attacked. I have been told that it's because of my attitude. It's never been overly friendly, and have been told I looked extremely P.O.ed and ready to do extreme harm to anyone who just spoke to me.
-40, no joke. I walk my dog, when I am home, regularly. Does that really make any difference? He is a 140lbs Great Dane, I don't think the test took that into account.
"When war does come, my advice is to draw the sword and throw away the
scabbard." -General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
Your total is -23.
KY Concealed Carry Instructor
Taser X2/X26 Instructor
"It is the tradition that a Kentuckian never runs. He does not have to…[he] is entitled to stand his ground, and meet any (life-threatening) attack made upon him with a deadly weapon…." Gibson v. KY, 34SW936(Ky.1931)