Originally Posted by flinch
I feel sorry for those in Canada and in states that have lost there rights to self defense. If i lived there i would be a law breaker for sure. I consider a firearm to be much like a fire extingusher. Hope i never need it, but i damn sure have one just in case.
Why so many mags full of ammo? Why not? Would you carry a fire extigusher half full? I hope not. Bad guys carry more than 10 rounds. Shouldnt a law abiding citizen have the right to be just as well armed as those who would do you harm?
Remember folks, if it has ever happened once, it can happen again. An unloaded gun is worthless and could very well end up stolen along with your jeep, or your food, water, wife and kids. Why give someone else the choice if you live or die?
The liberal sheeple can push this political correctness and make up names all they want, redneck, paranoid gun nut, it doesnt bother me. Who will they ask for help when ***** hits the fan? Anyone better prepared then themselves.
I would recomend everyone have a ccw and carry a handgun in a cross draw type holster that can be drawn easily from a seated position. Just my 2 cents.
I agree with exception of a cross draw style holster. sure the scenarios vary and this is not carved in stone, however from a standing confrontation a hip holster is much better than a cross draw. for 5 years shot pistol events that required frequent drawing from holsters. many times on narrower obsticles I would miss quite frequently using a cross draw. One of the vets gave me a pointer. when acquiring a bead on a target such as a person your zone is drastically reduced because of the swinging motion across the mass of the target. he helped me with drawing from a hip up and down draw, which increased the aquireable target mass by using the height of the person. he also explained that though cross draws are cooler you increase the amount of motion required to draw the weapon. you have to move up, pull and then travel back to front. on a hip style you use one up-sweeping motion. after I switched and practiced with him I had improved a ton. like said before this is all situational.
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