Did being shot at change your attitude?
I read the posts about different one haveing been shot at and it got me to wondering if the reality of actually being on the other end of a gun barrel changed your attitude toward guns, carrying and LEO's?
I have never really been shot at although I have been peppered with birdshot while hunting and one my father almost hit me while trying to shoot a dog. I have known many people that have been shot and the reality of what could have happened in many cases takes the thrill out of target shooting and carrying and they have a new outlook on guns. I am old enough to have known many WW II veterans and it just seemed that the difference in where they served and what branch made a world of difference in what stories they were willing to share.
I was just interested in other's opinions on this.