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    Mother Brandishes Firearm to Kids

    http://www.cbs47.com/mediacenter/loc...om&navCatId=98

    Seen this link on Defensive Carry and thought you guys/gals might like to see it.
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    --- Some of the friendliest people I have ever talked to are gun owners and shooters and according to the gun activists we are the mass murders and felons of the nation???

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  3. Time for this gal to have her permit revoked!


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    Love the interveiw

    I love how they had to through in the comment the woman made about not knowing why someone would need to bring a gun with them to pick up there kid! She's probably right nothing bad would ever happen at a bus stop! I mean I only carry my gun when I know I'm going to be attacked!

    Sarcasm off. I couldn't imagine waving my gun around at some kids! If she was just using it as a scare tactic this lady obviously does not have the maturity level to carry a side arm. She just gave the carry community a black eye.

  5. Thumbs down

    Some folks just don't get it.
    A defenseless killing zone, a bus stop, what better place to carry a "CONCEALED" weapon.
    The key word being concealed.
    Nuke'em til they glow then shoot them in the dark!

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    I agree..this lady's cheese slid off her cracker..she sure did not do the permit carry'n community any good..if they pull her ticket, she will be just one of the crazies out there with a gun..
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    There are some people that just don't have the mentality to carry a gun, or drive a car, or talk on the phone, or realize coffee is hot before pouring it on their lap.
    David

    The only person available to protect you 24 hours a day is you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrDavidM View Post
    There are some people that just don't have the mentality to carry a gun, or drive a car, or talk on the phone, or realize coffee is hot before pouring it on their lap.
    Such a great way to say 'common sense' is no longer 'common'.

    spc

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrDavidM View Post
    There are some people that just don't have the mentality to carry a gun, or drive a car, or talk on the phone, or realize coffee is hot before pouring it on their lap.
    Great line, couldn't agree more.

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    There are some people that just don't have the mentality to carry a gun, or drive a car, or talk on the phone, or realize coffee is hot before pouring it on their lap.
    But at least where the Constitutional Right to Keep and Bear is concerned, it is imperative that all people . . . ALL people . . . have that Right protected! Perhaps, as good citizens and experienced gun-guys, we might take the more inexperienced under our wing to give them guidance, but we should be cautious about telling anyone that they "shouldn't" be allowed to carry. Like the old C&W song says: "Don't 'should' on me and I won't 'should' on you!"
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    I certainly wasn't implying anyone should have their rights taken away. :). I think it would be a good idea if we were to teach gun safety in school. When I was in school in the 80's, I had a hunters safety course. I don't think any of us had any choice but take it. Noone got hurt and I am sure we all learned something. We even went somewhere and shot skeet as a class. I think if we could ever accomplish this, we would, obviously improve safety, but also alleviate some of the fear of guns. My experience is, when a person is afraid of guns, if you can get them to shoot and learn they don't go off on their own, they are often not as freightened of them.
    Last edited by DrDavidM; 10-13-2007 at 02:46 PM.
    David

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