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Unarmed man attempts gun grab on OC'er

This is a discussion on Unarmed man attempts gun grab on OC'er within the Open Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by suntzu I have been READING this forum for years. And I have never seen ONE post where someone said that NEVER has ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by suntzu View Post
    I have been READING this forum for years. And I have never seen ONE post where someone said that NEVER has someone had a gun stolen while OC'ing. Just saying it has not been a secret.
    It's there you just need to know where to look.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    It's there you just need to know where to look.



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    Well, I have looked. If there are post out there where an individual made such a stupid statement it is extremely rare. But I will keep checking. I have seen some ridiculus statements by folks before. But then again, I was not the one to allude that OC'ers think that this stuff never happens.

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    Ahhh.. OK

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    Na, you "beet" me to it.....
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    I told you so.
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    Next time they will just come in Pairs. ..

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    I thought OC scared bad guys away???
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    What a lot of pro OC guys doesn't realizes is that OC does paint a target. Do you think if the gun was CC if this would have happen? If you are going to OC then fine, but you have to admit that OCing put you at a higher risk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FireStar M40 View Post
    Now that's a "SWEET" statement!

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    Handgun Retention Article....... Massad Ayoob

    If armed LEO's need this training then every concealed and open handgun carrier should have it also.

    As is stated during basic LE academy training for the recruits : "Every situation you encounter is an armed encounter because you are bringing a handgun into it".

    Up until a few years ago before the advent of todays security holsters one out of every five LEO firearms deaths was committed using the LEO's own firearm.

    That ratio has been reduced because of improved training and equipment however it still occurs.

    https://www.usconcealedcarry.com/ccm...s-perspective/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old School View Post
    Handgun Retention Article....... Massad Ayoob

    If armed LEO's need this training then every concealed and open handgun carrier should have it also.

    As is stated during basic LE academy training for the recruits : "Every situation you encounter is an armed encounter because you are bringing a handgun into it".

    Up until a few years ago before the advent of todays security holsters one out of every five LEO firearms deaths was committed using the LEO's own firearm.

    That ratio has been reduced because of improved training and equipment however it still occurs.

    https://www.usconcealedcarry.com/ccm...s-perspective/

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericb327 View Post
    Great point!
    'Great' because it is a good idea for training or 'great' because it should be required?

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    Quote Originally Posted by suntzu View Post
    'Great' because it is a good idea for training or 'great' because it should be required?
    Great point for training.
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    Quote Originally Posted by suntzu View Post
    'Great' because it is a good idea for training or 'great' because it should be required?
    Training, its something we should think about as OCers.
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    I agree. All folks need to train constantly. And if the reason one carries is for SD then they should also train on other means of defense. Combative s or what ever. But I hardly know anyone that carries that does more than go to the range and punch wholes in targets. I was going to start a poll to see what folks think is the percentage of people that carry (OC or CC) actually do train realistically and do other training. Whether it be combativies or just running or working out to stay in shape so you can defend your self. From my observation I would say less than 20 percent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suntzu View Post
    I agree. All folks need to train constantly. And if the reason one carries is for SD then they should also train on other means of defense. Combative s or what ever. But I hardly know anyone that carries that does more than go to the range and punch wholes in targets. I was going to start a poll to see what folks think is the percentage of people that carry (OC or CC) actually do train realistically and do other training. Whether it be combativies or just running or working out to stay in shape so you can defend your self. From my observation I would say less than 20 percent.
    I've had martial arts training (Aikido) about 8 years worth. I would say I learned more from the strategy and

    and philosophical side than from the physical applications.
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