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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    and the OP blesses us with his opinion that we should all carry concealed with government permission and retreats.
    I took it as sarcasm.
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    Wise words indeed and I DO live by them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by telpinaro View Post
    Actually, I keep my purse at least half unzipped... That way I keep my keys quickly accessible and I'm not standing in the parking lot with my head down searching for them. Granted, I'm also paranoid about someone stealing my phone and try to keep a hand on it all the time... I really, really want one of these: Warrior Creek Inc It would make things so easy! And purse carry much more practical. If only I had $245 lying around... Maybe I can convince my husband I need it for Christmas?
    Zip it! All the time. At your last stop before you leave the store, you take out your keys and zip your purse, so the keys are in your hand. If you have one of those gun purses with an opening in the back of the gun compartment, you can walk with your keys in one hand and your other hand on the gun in your purse. At that point you have two weapons--a key to stick in the BG's eye if he got too close, and a gun you can fire while still inside your purse...so the BG can't get close enough for you to have to use your key.

    A fire-from-inside purse is one of few things that can make a woman safer than a man, since you can be walking and able to shoot without taking time to draw your weapon. And...Christmas? Really? Your life has so little value, you can only get a gun purse by substituting it for a real Christmas gift?

    Please, look up this series of videos by Tom Gresham on YouTube: First Person Defender. It may open your eyes.

  5. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by bowserb View Post
    Zip it! All the time. At your last stop before you leave the store, you take out your keys and zip your purse, so the keys are in your hand. If you have one of those gun purses with an opening in the back of the gun compartment, you can walk with your keys in one hand and your other hand on the gun in your purse. At that point you have two weapons--a key to stick in the BG's eye if he got too close, and a gun you can fire while still inside your purse...so the BG can't get close enough for you to have to use your key.

    A fire-from-inside purse is one of few things that can make a woman safer than a man, since you can be walking and able to shoot without taking time to draw your weapon. And...Christmas? Really? Your life has so little value, you can only get a gun purse by substituting it for a real Christmas gift?

    Please, look up this series of videos by Tom Gresham on YouTube: First Person Defender. It may open your eyes.
    Oh wow, was I totally unclear! Sorry!!

    The purse I leave partly unzipped is NOT a CC purse (and you'd have to see it in order to understand why I'm ok with it being somewhat unzipped), I use an IWB holster. And I have two CC purses now... I just want the totally awesome $245 one.
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  6. #25

    No Govt Permkission NEEDED

    Quote Originally Posted by opsspec1991 View Post
    EVERYONE SHOULD CARRY CONCEALED, PREFERABLY WITH THE GOVT’S “PERMISSION”. The criminals (and the mental deficient) do every day, always in violation of the law and usually in violation of their probation or parole rules... and always for the sole purpose of victimizing the unarmed and the defenseless...

    "Gun Malfunction Stopped Attempted McDonald's Massacre"

    "Gun malfunction"?... I'd say "Divine Intervention" was the reason.

    Note how long this cockroach roams around pulling the trigger while pointing at innocent children and adults... Had there been just one ARMED CITIZEN (whether legally or illegally) in that restaurant, we would not be reading about this... simply because the media will hide anything which shows that ARMED CITIZENS and GUNS are crime deterrents... and hopefully, save taxpayer money when some cockroach is shot dead!

    What will it take people??

    This sort of criminal activity happens every single day in our country... and as usual, the typical cockroach is involved... yet no one makes any noise about it... business as usual... Crooks get to pass "GO" without any resistance from those who pay for the game... "JAIL" is a temporary condition... death is permanent.

    Go out and get a gun, you don’t need a permit to keep one at home. Practice with your gun, know its limitations, as well as yours, and be a part of the solution...not just one of the prey!

    Keep this in mind...

    "When evil presents itself and seconds count...the police are usually just minutes away"

    Arm Up!!
    Please note the Constitution outlaws the government from making any laws that restrict any law-abiding US citizen from having and carrying any type of firearm full auto or not, the fact is we live in a country where the government is mostly illegal according to its own rules of governing.

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    cops screw it up all the time, often in spite of having 3 or more to one odds, wearing armor, KNOWING what's going on. and you "think" that having less well trained civilians panic firing is going to help, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thru View Post
    cops screw it up all the time, often in spite of having 3 or more to one odds, wearing armor, KNOWING what's going on. and you "think" that having less well trained civilians panic firing is going to help, right?
    You are priceless. Watch the TV show COPS. ALL cops responding to a call (not traffic stops and chases) know NOTHING! They spend their time after they show up (usually after the fact) trying to find out what happened so they can hopefully catch the bad guy.
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    As far as your "less well trained civilians panic firing" comment:
    1. Cops are also civilians.
    2. You suggest imposing training of a type and length you approve of as an INFRINGEMENT on my right to bear arms?
    3. You assume cops will inherently make better decisions than anyone else that is armed?
    Chief

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    Quote Originally Posted by thru View Post
    cops screw it up all the time, often in spite of having 3 or more to one odds, wearing armor, KNOWING what's going on. and you "think" that having less well trained civilians panic firing is going to help, right?
    Because all the states that don't require training are seeing so much more less trained civilians panic shooting right? Must be one of those far to many bits of information you forgot about.

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  10. I believe that everyone who is of sound mind, legally capable, and a fairly accurate and consistent shot should carry. I would prefer to open carry to deter even further anyone who might want to take advantage of a situation or cause trouble, but unfortunately in Florida that is not possible so I conceal carry everywhere.

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    Our society REFUSES to weed out the incompetent and the mentally unstable. I can count on my fingers the number of guys I know who can REALLY handle a lethal situation, and I moved in IPSC heavy duty circles for many years. :-) A good 20% of our population can't get liquid out of a boot if you tell them that the instructions are on the bottom of the heel.

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