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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1 View Post
    As an instructor I agree with the OP. I've seen too many morons who believe they know it all. Then they come to class and find they don't know jack.

    I agree with what’s being said and I think most if not all of it’s true but it reads like walking into an A.A. meeting with just the 12 steps hanging on a wall with no other information. Ok this is all well and good but here do we go from here?
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    The op makes good points. However he is presumptuous, arrogant and a bunch of other adjectives. The faults he cites are not limited to concealed carriers. Plenty of open carriers have the same faults. So he should drop the presumptuous arragance and say they are faults of those who carry guns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimPage View Post
    The op makes good points. However he is presumptuous, arrogant and a bunch of other adjectives. The faults he cites are not limited to concealed carriers. Plenty of open carriers have the same faults. So he should drop the presumptuous arragance and say they are faults of those who carry guns.
    Hey, you misspelled arrogance you’re evil and you have no right to comment
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    These statements are neither presumptuous nor arrogant. These are my observations of teaching as a profession for over 3 decades. And it was written for concealed carriers as in Florida we only have concealed carry. I don't teach in an Open Carry state. If you have that experience then jump right in if you instruct in an open carry state and tell us what you have seen in class......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypher View Post
    I agree with what’s being said and I think most if not all of it’s true but it reads like walking into an A.A. meeting with just the 12 steps hanging on a wall with no other information. Ok this is all well and good but here do we go from here?
    'Scuse me, just running the spell-checker by your post. I believe the word in red should be "where." Carry on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Outlaw View Post
    I would have to question the 'substantial caliber' part of this post.

    Smaller, lighter (less bulkier) caliber's like the 22lr, 22wmrf & 380 auto are 'very capable' sidearm's in the right hand's. A smaller caliber firearm 'on your person' is much better than a larger caliber (bulkier/heavier) sidearm left at home or inside of your vehicle imvho.
    A couple of 22lr or .380 rounds center mass are much more effective than a couple of flesh wounds with a 45ACP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bttbbob View Post
    1-Failure to realize just because you have a gun, you are prepared to apply it in a practical application.
    So you're saying no one needs training? As long as they have a gun, they are prepared to use it in a practical application?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimPage View Post
    The op makes good points. However he is presumptuous, arrogant and a bunch of other adjectives. The faults he cites are not limited to concealed carriers. Plenty of open carriers have the same faults. So he should drop the presumptuous arragance and say they are faults of those who carry guns.
    Having a bad day? OP didn't say it how you wanted him to say it and you're name calling? Discuss the points, otherwise go stare into a mirror and keep on hating.

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    Does every thread on this forum turn into a pissing contest?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bttbbob View Post
    TOP 10 Failures of Concealed Carry Crowd

    1-Failure to realize just because you have a gun, you are prepared to apply it in a practical application.
    Bob, clarify this please? Carrying does 'not' mean one is prepared to to use it in a practical application, correct?

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