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This is a discussion on mbaatc within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Main Category category; What is the distance between victim and robber in an armed robbery...

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    What is the distance between victim and robber in an armed robbery

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    Ah... what?

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    Default Distance between victim and robber in an Armed robbery?

    What is the statistic for the distance between victim of an armed robbery?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbaatc View Post
    What is the distance between victim and robber in an armed robbery
    Depends on the robbery since no two incidents are exactly alike. It could be anything from being held at gun point from several feet away to having a gun or knife against your ribs and being able to count the attacker's nose hairs as you realize he desperately needs a tic tac.

    Perhaps it would be more advantageous for you to elaborate on your question so folks could ascertain what your concern is?

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    If he has his hands around your throat about two and half feet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbaatc View Post
    What is the distance between victim and robber in an armed robbery
    Usually close enough to see the whites of his eyes.
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    I am considering using a 410 derringer verses subcompact for CCW. I carry cash to the bank in deposits daily. The 410/45 derringer is easier to conceal carry using a pocket holster

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbaatc View Post
    I am considering using a 410 derringer verses subcompact for CCW. I carry cash to the bank in deposits daily. The 410/45 derringer is easier to conceal carry using a pocket holster
    The only drawback I can see with the derringer is there are only two shots available...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbaatc View Post
    I am considering using a 410 derringer verses subcompact for CCW. I carry cash to the bank in deposits daily. The 410/45 derringer is easier to conceal carry using a pocket holster
    I'd rather have 6 or 7 rounds of .380 than only two rounds of anything. Then again, if I really feared that I'd be the victim of an armed robbery attempt, I wouldn't limit myself only to a weapon that fits in my pocket, or is easier to conceal. Go big(ger) or...umm...don't go home.

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