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Oldgator73

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Re: Guns - the rest of the story
« Reply #30 on: June 21, 2018, 07:49:54 PM »
There ya go ^^^^^ I fixed that for you!  You're Welcome!   ;D

I would posit you doubled you best time to make your post more believable. To stay in the realm of the thread; maybe you have a bit of the hair trigger.
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Re: Guns - the rest of the story
« Reply #31 on: June 21, 2018, 07:54:44 PM »
This is an important topic.  We, most of us, travel from state to state.  Both myself and DW have concealed carry permits.  But each state is different.  Our carry handguns are not legal in the state of California, and probably in a few more enlightened states.  We hope we never get in a position where we have to use them.  But we have pulled into parks late at night.  In the morning we realize it probably wasn't the best place to be.  At sunrise we find we are in the middle of what can only be described as a white trash trailer park and some looky-loos are checking things out.  No offense.  Some of those that prefer to take from others might see a 45 ft. class A as an opportunity.  So, before entering a state and you're carrying firearms, it's good to check that states list of illegal weapons.  Personal protection is a very important topic and something to think about should you find yourself broke down out in the middle of nowhere and no cell service.
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Re: Guns - the rest of the story
« Reply #32 on: June 21, 2018, 08:55:55 PM »
oh gosh.. I will have to go see a Disney movie now to get that vision out of my mind.. LOL
From some of the Disney previews I've seen lately you may have two visions to get out of your mind.
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Re: Guns - the rest of the story
« Reply #33 on: June 21, 2018, 09:16:03 PM »
Keep in mind that many people who are very well trained are unable to pull the trigger when the chips are down.  No mater how confident or well trained you are if you can't pull the trigger you might as well not have the firearm.

and you dont know until that time arrives, an old saying "terror comes suddenly" fits well. I know of one situation where the shooter remained confident and took the threat head on, while his wife began screaming hysterically. At the end she was still screaming so he promptly told her to "Just shut UP"...it worked.
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Re: Guns - the rest of the story
« Reply #34 on: June 21, 2018, 11:09:14 PM »
Keep in mind that many people who are very well trained are unable to pull the trigger when the chips are down.  No mater how confident or well trained you are if you can't pull the trigger you might as well not have the firearm.

Unfortunately, the only way to really know how you're going to react in those situations... is to be in one. I have seen the tough guys lose it, and the quiet guys step up, and vice versa. Knowing something about your own attitudes and perspectives on such a situation before starting out can help, but only to a degree...

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Re: Guns - the rest of the story
« Reply #35 on: June 22, 2018, 11:01:57 AM »
    I’d probably have to tell mine....you can stop shoot’n now!   ;D
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Re: Guns - the rest of the story
« Reply #36 on: June 22, 2018, 12:45:09 PM »
This is an important topic.  We, most of us, travel from state to state.  Both myself and DW have concealed carry permits.  But each state is different.  Our carry handguns are not legal in the state of California, and probably in a few more enlightened states.  We hope we never get in a position where we have to use them.  But we have pulled into parks late at night.  In the morning we realize it probably wasn't the best place to be.  At sunrise we find we are in the middle of what can only be described as a white trash trailer park and some looky-loos are checking things out.  No offense.  Some of those that prefer to take from others might see a 45 ft. class A as an opportunity.  So, before entering a state and you're carrying firearms, it's good to check that states list of illegal weapons.  Personal protection is a very important topic and something to think about should you find yourself broke down out in the middle of nowhere and no cell service.

EXACTLY!!  Well said!
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