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  1. I have no fear about dying... I just don't want to go out like a dumb ass!

    ALWAYS carry! ~ NEVER tell!

  3. #12
    I guess my biggest fear would be something going down in the school where my wife is teaching. She of course would have no way to protect herself. I think it is very unlikely where I live, but you never know.

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

  4. #13
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    I'm with the "Politics" crowd... I fear a turn politically that would take away all our 2A Rights and automatically make every one of us spontaneous criminals, and there wouldn't be a damned thing we could do about it. In such a scenario I would have to consider taking my newfound 'criminality' to an extreme, I think.
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  5. #14
    Any active shooter situation or any high body count problem.
    "A kind word only goes so far, a kind word and a gun goes a lot further" 1924
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  6. #15
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    Sep 2007
    Gray Court, SC
    I just remembered my other fear...running out of ammo!:)
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  7. #16
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    Sep 2007
    deep in the Ozarks

    Greatest Fear

    My greatest fear is that an active shooter, would burst onto the scene at one of my son's academic programs,at school, and by virtue of me not being lawfully allowed to carry cocealed on school property. I would not be able to protect my child and family.

  8. #17
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    Sep 2007
    I fear something happening to my family when I'm not around them. I own the only firearm in the house, and it goes with me when I leave the house. Therefore, when I'm not there, they are vulnerable. I would leave a gun there for them to protect themselves when I'm not there, but my fiance is a felon and I don't want to run afoul of the law prohibiting firearm possession by felons.

  9. Greatest Fear? I like the response a Marine gave to Chelsea Clinton.

    Chelsea: What are your greatest fears?

    Marine: Osama, Obama and yo momma!


  10. #19
    My greatest fear is the government turning Fascist. Detention without trial, restriction of speech, persecution of dissidents, jackboots in the night.

    Burglers and carjackers you can protect yourself from. But as the song goes, "Bad boys, bad boys - What you gonna do when they come for you?"
    Truth is mighty and will prevail. There is nothing the matter with this, except that it ain't so.

    -Mark Twain

  11. My greatest fear is...

    someone getting the drop on me so I could not protect myself and the people around me. I think it would be scary but CCW is perfect for an active shooter situation because the gunman does not know who is armed and the CCW holder would be able to react accordingly before a high body count happened. Police would have to respond, wait at the building entrance for backup, and enter not knowing what they were going to deal with or where the shooter was. Just look at the difference between the Fairfax County Police Department shooting where a man with an AK and 5 handguns killed 2 people with armed police officers around and Virginia Tech where a man armed with a 9mm and a .22 killed 32 and himself before the police arrived. I think an active shooter would be scary as hell but at least you can train for the situation. You can't train for someone sneaking up behind you and putting a bullet behind your ear.

    You can also see a fascist government coming and take preventative measures to avoid it. Vote for who you believe is a good candidate. Ron Paul is the best but there are a lot of candidates that can actually win that are good candidates like Huckabee and Thompson. I under no circumstances will vote for Rudy Giuliani for this reason.
    Last edited by dubccat51; 11-30-2007 at 08:48 AM.

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