Actually it was the post I haven't posted yet that that brought about the whole line of thought.QKShooter said:You have perfectly normal concerns about responsibly carrying a potentially deadly defensive firearm for your personal protection. How could that ever come back to hurt you?
Thank you sir...Our approach here is tho very much I feel geared to how we might best initially avoid a lethal force confrontation and if so obliged - how we might best survive that.
Actually, I wish a lot of what is said here would show up in my local paper.KC135 said:Very likely----You never want to say anything here, that you would not want in print in your local newspaper.
Yup...that's the bottom line, for certain.rfurtkamp said:If you're threatened, do what it takes to extricate yourself from that threat.
First of all, I wanted to say Hi. What a great forum and a wealth of information.Chad said:how likely is it that my post would join me in the court case that was determining if I had justifiably or not killed someone?
Welcome to the forum!!cscoios said:Just make sure whatever you write is now public information. I use this same philosophy when using my cell phone.
Looking at it that way...I carry my Delta Gold Cup cocked and locked, and would be comfortable with that in a court case because it is a practical, efficient and proven way to carry...BlueLion said:Chad, this a thought I have had also. For example when we beat the horse to death that was armed with a cocked and locked 1911. What would happend, I thought , if I really had to shoot with it. What would happendif they wanted to seize my computer. Well I have come to the conculsion that until it happends it is purely presuppositional because I may live my whole life as civilian and not have squeeze off a round at another human. I say this: "Failing to train is preparing to fail....
Don't worry it about when the smoke clears then you play your hand.