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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by slimer13, Dec 13, 2012.
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He sure raises some good points.
The one in which a defensive shooter is at risk when the police arrive is a good one too. How would they tell if you were part of the team shooting up the mall?
I guess your only chance would be to dispatch the shooter, if you were in a position to do so, then holster or put your gun on the ground and raise your hands quickly and identify yourself. Maybe get a witness to support your position, even before you act.
Most of us with our little wussy P3AT 380's would hide behind a big post, with our knees knocking like Don Knotts in the movie, "The Ghost and Mr. Chicken!"
My knees might knock and but I wouldn't leave a puddle (thanks Depends) and I carry a .45.
There's no rule that says I can't leave a puddle AND help a couple of people to safety.
I'm going to need to know where these puddles are located.
Why, are you some kind of puddle mon- oh, well never mind then.
I hope Monkeys don't use straws! aranoid: