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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by pokerace, Jun 27, 2011.

  1. ZigZagZeke

    ZigZagZeke
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    It'll be interesting to se how this goes down. There's virtually no age difference and the attacker didn't pull a weapon until after he was wounded. I hope this goes in favor of the property owner.
     
  2. Mark W.

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    I would assume after being thrown to the ground and attacked the property owner felt his life was in danger. The attacker doesn't need to use a weapon to make you feel your life is treatened.
     
  3. Guilty

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    Good for the CHL owner, bad move from the other guy.
    He got what he deserved IMO, instant karma for his attempted assault.
     
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  4. wjv

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    Good reason to carry when dealing with people you meet via eBay, Craig's list, want ads and such. Never know what their real motives are. And if your a buyer, they can assume with 100% certainty that you'll be carrying cash. A few months back I saw two guys at McDonalds sitting at the table by the front door. One guy had some gold/silver, and the other had a scale. It was obvious that the one was buying some scrap gold/silver from the other. Doing so in a busy place like McDonalds also helps deter becoming a victim, but can have the downside that every person who passes by can see what your doing.
     
  5. Redcap

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    Never go alone and make sure both of you are carrying.
     
  6. Hawaiian

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    A very interesting case in the use of deadly force. I hope we can learn the outcome.
     

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