Manís concealed handgun saves him and his dog

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    Manís concealed handgun saves him and his dog

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    Three Pit bulls running around unleashed.... That's just ridiculous! I think the owner should be sited and ordered to pay any and all medical bills related to the incident.
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    And replace his ammo.
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    I was attacked by 2 pitbulls 18 years ago. I was in my own yard sweeping the sidewalk and all I had was a broom. My handgun was in the house. After that day I carried my handgun in a shoulder holster in my yard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunthorp View Post
    And replace his ammo.
    ...and have his gun professionally cleaned...I'm just sayin'...
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    Irresponsible ownership allowing the three powerful dogs off leash and the natural pack mentality to take over and escalate into a near tragic event is inexcuseable on the part of the owner.
    I have staffordshire terriers and dobermans and I understand how dangerous these breeds can be if not properly trained and controlled by their owner.
    Owners need to be held civilly and criminally responsible for the actions of their uncontrolled animals.
    My dogs are faithful,loyal and under control at all times inside and outside their home. Just like with firearms, with ownership there comes responsibility.
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    The police are investigating the discharge of a firearm angle. Hopefully there won't be any issue for the gun owner there. Good thing the witnesses stepped up to the plate to confirm the story.
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    Had the damn things rounded up, and then they {the pits} decided they weren't finished.
    Guy should get a heavy fine for leash law violation, endangering the public, etc, etc, etc,,,,,,,,

    $2000.00 dollars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainZippr View Post
    The police are investigating the discharge of a firearm angle. Hopefully there won't be any issue for the gun owner there. Good thing the witnesses stepped up to the plate to confirm the story.
    Yes, I think he should be cited for brandishing a weapon and frightening the public. The owner of the pit bulls should sue for damages. A petition should be started to outlaw concealed carry permits in Kirkland. They should also do an extensive background check for mental illness of the brandishing gun owner.
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    Yes, I think he should be cited for brandishing a weapon and frightening the
    public. The owner of the pit bulls should sue for damages. A petition should be
    started to outlaw concealed carry permits in Kirkland. They should also do an
    extensive background check for mental illness of the brandishing gun
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    Quote Originally Posted by aznav View Post
    Yes, I think he should be cited for brandishing a weapon and frightening the public. The owner of the pit bulls should sue for damages. A petition should be started to outlaw concealed carry permits in Kirkland. They should also do an extensive background check for mental illness of the brandishing gun owner.
    You forgot a ban on carrying weapons at the park.
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    Always has been my biggest concern; attack by uncontrolled dogs. Anyone have any ideas on how to carry while running/jogging? I carry a G26 in a fanny pack while jogging. Same set up while in my yard mowing grass or walking my dogs. Works ok, except when jogging. The gun is within a holster velcroed to the inside of the fanny pack, but the whole rig bounces a little too much to be comfortable on a long run... Any suggestions?

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    The Shepherd owner showed more restraint than I would have had,but I'm disabled and if I had 3 Pits running at me I would have drawn, I'm in fear for my life and it doesn't take much to knock me off balance,within 10 feet lead dog gets shot,repeat as necessary,the 45 acp was designed to stop a charging horse.
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    PIT BULLS LEAD ALL OTHER BREEDS IN FATAL ATTACKS
    Despite making up just 5% of dog population
    Every time there's a pit bull attack story the fans of the breed come out of the woodwork to defend them as loving and playful. Trying to keep an open mind (thinking of parallels drawn to the anti-gun crusaders)... why are there so many attacks by pit bulls, if it not in that breed's DNA? I don't buy the "irresponsible owner" argument fully; there have to be proportionately as many irresponsible owners of Labs and cocker spaniels as there irresponsible owners of pit bulls.

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