One magazine in my gun and another in my coat pocket. Also carry and nice folding knife as a close up back up weapon.:thumbsup:
I look at it like this. I use my multi-tool and flashlight every day, all day. I don't carry any extras for them.There is no option for "zero".
If you have never needed your pistol, why bother to weigh yourself down with it?I look at it like this. I use my multi-tool and flashlight every day, all day. I don't carry any extras for them.
My firearm, never used it yet. If I were going to weigh myself down with extra stuff, I'd be taking extras
of what I use, as opposed to extras of what I never use.
Seriously???Just my zen. Josey Wales said something, at the end of the movie, that always stuck with me.
"Dyin' ain't much of a livin'. " It meant something completely else in the movie, but my takeaway was
"What are you going to do, focus on the portion of your life where you live, succeed, have happiness, and do well,
or cart around fifty pounds of crap, in the off chance that you may someday drive off The Reaper ?" Bear in mind, your focus heavily influences your reality. By focusing, unduly, on a armed confrontation, aren't you shoehorning yourself into an eventual defense scenario, to some degree?
DON'T stop at extra mags! Better constantly wear a safety harness, helmet, flameproof clothing, and carry a jaws of life tool. Because you are far more likely to be seriously injured in a fall, fire, or car accident, than ever need to defend yourself with a firearm.
Hide in fear of death? Not even close. Armed or otherwise.Wow, did you ever miss the point, entirely.
I'm not advocating giving up, I'm advocating the celebration of life, as opposed to crouching in a corner, 24 hours a day, pissing your pants, scared Death is going to reach out his bony claw, and grab you.
And NO the scene doesn't have anything to do with it. Read my post again, I SAID THAT.