Taking this one one piece at a time. Nobody is going to stand up when a robbery is taking place and they have told everybody to not move. Once you draw and start firing its a split second decision with multiple rounds going down range and its over before anybody could even stand up. If you miss the only persons who will be standing are the criminals and the cwp holder as in my case. If a friendly is directly in the line of fire then you position yourself to get them out of it. When you fire the restaurant doesnt panic. This isnt the movies. Everybody is in shock even the criminals. 998 out of 1000 eh? Kill all 1000 before they know what hit them and you will guarantee no shots will ever be fired. My life is perfect. I CHOSE to speak the media. A trial is a good thing 'round here. "bankrupt myself paying for a lawyer" wrong. Under *article 6 Protection of persons and property act* section 16-11-450 "A person who uses deadly force as permitted by the provisions of this article or another applicable provision of law is justified in using deadly force and is immune from criminal prosecution and civil action..." it also goes on to say if the court determines that the shooting was justified then the court awards a reasonable amount of defense funds if a civil action shall be brought against you. Its real simple not to get shot or hit the wrong person. Just have to be aware of the perfect moment to strike and know your own skill set. If you cant fire your weapon without hitting the wrong person or at least have that confidence then you should not be carrying a weapon.
Originally Posted by Treo
Mossberg 500A1 tactical entry 12 ga, Mossberg 100atr .30/06, Rock River arms LAR 8 .308, Ruger p345, Kimber eclipse Pro II, Glock G36, Springfield xdm .45 comp. Am i scared?! Nope, are you?! Sometimes the best defense is to go on the offensive and strike first.