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    Default Don't shoot me, but...

    ...I would like know just how many of you have, as a private citizen, had a situation where you...

    1. had to pull your gun out and point it at a bad guy/girl?. *Note: Spouses don't count

    a. Never?
    b. Once?
    c. More than once?


    2. had to fire your handgun to defend self or others?

    a. Never?
    b. Once?
    c. More than once?

    3. Been in a situation (unarmed) when out and about that if you had your firearm with you, you would have used it? *Note: Spouses don't count

    a. Never?
    b. Once ?
    c. More than once ?

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    Well number one, I’ve never had to pull on anyone thank God but a few times I’ve had my hand in my pocket on my PM9 because there was a situation I wasn’t comfortable with…….When I am pumping gas I take my truck gun a S&W M&P and stick it in my belt in the front and pay very close attention to who is around me and when I’m done it goes back on the seat until I get home to where it lives on my nightstand…..

    Number two would be a no again thank God but CCW is a full time job and I figure the first time I mess up and go out unarmed will be when the bad guy shows up……

    Number three, see answer two……..
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    1. Once- 4 bad guys. In hindsight always 20/20. I would not have. But 4 bad guys went to jail and I didn't so win/win
    2. Never
    3. Never
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    1. Never
    2. Never
    3. Do not leave home unarmed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by getsome View Post
    Well number one, I’ve never had to pull on anyone thank God but a few times I’ve had my hand in my pocket on my PM9 because there was a situation I wasn’t comfortable with…….When I am pumping gas I take my truck gun a S&W M&P and stick it in my belt in the front and pay very close attention to who is around me and when I’m done it goes back on the seat until I get home to where it lives on my nightstand…..

    Number two would be a no again thank God but CCW is a full time job and I figure the first time I mess up and go out unarmed will be when the bad guy shows up……

    Number three, see answer two……..
    I score like above also.
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    1-never
    2-never
    3- August 1st, 1966 - Austin, Texas - when I was crouched behind a car watching Charles Whitman do his evil work from the University of Texas Tower. (my Mauser 8mm 98K was at home). Other students living nearby in dorms & apartments returned his sniper fire with their deer rifles to pin him down, thus reducing the number of innocent victims.
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    1 - Once (Kahr MK9)
    2 - Never
    3 - Never

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    1- Almost. Stopped at a light, I had just flipped off a guy that cut across 3 lanes of traffic in front of me, just missing my truck, to go into a grocery store parking lot. He pulled back out, couldn't get behind me so he got a lane over and 2 cars back. He gets out, I see that he's a skinny little dude, looked about 20ish. Couldn't grow a beard but had lots of long disorganized whiskers. I'm sure you know the type. I was working, so I untucked my shirt-I carry IWB- and put a full grip on my CW40. Fella stops right outside the passenger's door and crosses his arms, sneering. I checked behind him, no one on the sidewalk and there were just the hoods of the vehicles behind him. He made no move, so I kept watching him but dismissed his actions as not-draw-worthy. Light turned, he ran back to his mid-90s Volvo station wagon with purple windows (the black window tint faded looooong ago). I drove to the local police department and pulled into the parking lot in case he decided to follow me as I lost him in traffic once we started going. Retrospect I should have warned him to get back in his car. Don't think I would ever take back the one finger salute though. He earned that all by hisself.
    2- No
    3- No

    And I know you are attempting humor, but pointing a gun at a spouse will earn a quick trip to jail and loss of all firearms. Very much not funny, please edit your initial post.

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    Never
    Never
    Never
    I have walked with my hand on my gun in my pocket at a questionable motel while walking the dog at 2AM.

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    1) Yes, I pulled my gun once after being shot at but didn't return fire. Pulled it a second time when leaving my store late at night and a person was hiding a few feet away. Situation reconciled peacefully.

    2) No, I have not used my gun against a human.

    3) Yes, I was robbed, in my store, held at gun point for about 20 minutes, half of which with the gun held to my head. Didn't have my gun on me that day. If I had my gun that day then #2 above would be answered "Yes".

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