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When To Draw / Right & Wrong Ways / etc
« on: December 03, 2016, 06:42:04 PM »
Miscellaneous videos I found on YouTube.

This is why you don't draw on a drawn gun!


When Is It Justified To Draw Your Firearm?


Wrong and Right Way to Shoot Someone (Best Defense)


Legally Armed Firearms Trainer Shoots Man Who Corners Him


First Ever Wisconsin CCW Defensive Gun Use Caught on Camera
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    Re: When To Draw / Right & Wrong Ways / etc
    « Reply #1 on: December 03, 2016, 07:33:04 PM »
      Agreed.   That said....if you ARE going to die.....you have nothing to lose.  Rare instance yes, but occasional.  If a gun is on you and he's saying to walk into a dark alley and kneel, ****ing gun is drawn regardless.

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    Re: When To Draw / Right & Wrong Ways / etc
    « Reply #2 on: December 03, 2016, 07:55:20 PM »
    I loved the last video  :thumbup1.

    It's a tough question regarding if we should close in to engage the threat or not.

    Makes me think of this post:

    http://madogre.com/?p=6112

    http://wethearmed.com/strategy-and-tactics/the-morality-of-offense-a-discussion/msg381202/#msg381202

      Agreed.   That said....if you ARE going to die.....you have nothing to lose.  Rare instance yes, but occasional.  If a gun is on you and he's saying to walk into a dark alley and kneel, ****ing gun is drawn regardless.



    And agreed, Grant  :thumbup2. Evil does exist, all we have to do is look at Ogden, Utah and the Hi-Fi murders of 1974 and Beslan, Russia (2001). Not everyone is like you or I, not everyone has empathy for their fellow human being. There are some out there who gain the greatest enjoyment from manipulating others to their will through the most savage and undignified acts that the human mind can imagine and this is shown to us through only a rudimentary study of criminology and case study. I don't understand why the American citizen doesn't understand this reality.

    I wish it didn't, but evil does exist.
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    Re: When To Draw / Right & Wrong Ways / etc
    « Reply #3 on: December 03, 2016, 08:17:07 PM »
    Aye on all counts.

    Scene from made for TV movie "In the Line of Duty: The FBI Murders" depicting the gun fight between Michael Platt, William Matix and FBI agents at Southwest 82nd Avenue, Miami, Florida on April 11th 1986 (David Soul, Michael Gross).



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