Neil and Kim at Geauga Firearms Academy put out some very educational/informative videos. This one Neil talks about as a licensed carrier, when you should engage a target and can you deal with the aftermath. It makes one think and we all know that there is a very short window for that when using deadly force.
Hope you enjoy the video, and no, I have no connection with them whatsoever.
However you comprehend the circumstances and situation you find yourself in, do not forget yourself. Remember, "a man's got to know his limitations."
"Good self-defense is the art of knowing how to avoid a fight." I think that was Bruce Lee or Massad Ayoub, or Bruce Jenner, or somebody.
If people would concentrate half as much upon their situation awareness as they do equipment and "shoehorn scenarios", there would be very few
"The very atmosphere of firearms anywhere and everywhere restrains evil interference - they deserve a place of honor with all that's good." - George Washington, the first President of the United States (1789-1797)
full benefits, a police union, and more equipment than it takes to invade a nation, and when the SHTF, they're hiding behind a wall ?
I am not a sworn officer, so I don't have any legal or moral obligations to protect others.
I hope you see the difference.
In my state left-wing majority approve more and more gun restrictions, make law-abiding gun owners highly unwanted.
Therefore, I just let them enjoy the results of their victory.
Well unless the shooter is near you in which case you would be protecting yourself wouldn't saving others entail running into gun fire? I have no idea what i would do in a situation but I'm damn sure going to try and save myself or whoever is with me. Possibly others if i felt i had a chance but until someone is faced with a situation no one really knows how they will act no matter how they feel, think or what they type on the internet. Now if you're trained and paid to do that job then you do it, that's what you're supposed to do.
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