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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Tazman View Post
    I agree with Steven, if you were to get into an altercation in which a weapon was drawn or used, and you had been drinking, I can't see that going well if it made it to a court of law. Better safe than sorry!
    so you'd rather suffer the consequences of being attacked than face the wrath of the law? to use an old cliche it is better to be judged by a jury of 12 than to be carried by a group of 6.
    you do what works well for you and I'll do what works for me. have a nice day

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by apvbguy View Post
    so you'd rather suffer the consequences of being attacked than face the wrath of the law? to use an old cliche it is better to be judged by a jury of 12 than to be carried by a group of 6.
    you do what works well for you and I'll do what works for me. have a nice day
    Not sure if you are are reading what we are saying. I just would rather not drink while in a restaurant with my family, while I am carrying my GUN. Why drink? That way I enjoy the company of my family and am more alert to a potential incident.
    I was just asking if I could carry in a restaurant, which I can, and I wont drink when I do.

  4. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve40th View Post
    Not sure if you are are reading what we are saying. I just would rather not drink while in a restaurant with my family, while I am carrying my GUN. Why drink? That way I enjoy the company of my family and am more alert to a potential incident.
    I was just asking if I could carry in a restaurant, which I can, and I wont drink when I do.
    are you saying that you cannot control your drinking? that you cannot enjoy the company of others when out socially because you drink to excess? if so, please don't carry.
    Many people are able to enjoy a glass of wine or 2 with dinner, have a cocktail with people or down a few beers with out becoming unable to control their behavior, I've managed to enjoy adult beverages and carry a weapon without ever having become not in control.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by apvbguy View Post
    are you saying that you cannot control your drinking? that you cannot enjoy the company of others when out socially because you drink to excess? if so, please don't carry.
    Many people are able to enjoy a glass of wine or 2 with dinner, have a cocktail with people or down a few beers with out becoming unable to control their behavior, I've managed to enjoy adult beverages and carry a weapon without ever having become not in control.
    Oh God......Are you drinking now? Or still drunk from last night.
    This thread has given me the answer I need. Have a good one buddy.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by Tazman View Post
    I agree with Steven, if you were to get into an altercation in which a weapon was drawn or used, and you had been drinking, I can't see that going well if it made it to a court of law. Better safe than sorry!
    So, you can provide an example of a real court case? We've been waiting for several years now for an example. I can provide you with an example of a man beaten to death by a flower pot from his front porch, so since there is more evidence of getting beaten to death with a flower pot, should we take all our flower pots off our porches, "better safe than sorry"? I don't care if a person chooses to drink while lawfully carrying a firearm or not, but it is only a theory with no example in reality that alcohol consumption will affect the outcome of a court case in a self-defense case.
    Anyone who says, "I support the 2nd amendment, BUT"... doesn't. Element of Surprise: a mythical element that many believe has the same affect upon criminals that Kryptonite has upon Superman.

  7. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    So, you can provide an example of a real court case? We've been waiting for several years now for an example. I can provide you with an example of a man beaten to death by a flower pot from his front porch, so since there is more evidence of getting beaten to death with a flower pot, should we take all our flower pots off our porches? I don't care if a person chooses to drink while lawfully carrying a firearm or not, but it is only a theory with no example in reality that alcohol consumption will affect the outcome of a court case in a self-defense case.
    just a few sanctimonious boobs who apparently can't grasp the reality that adults can imbibe without getting $hitfaced like they did when they were teeny boppers

  8. Quote Originally Posted by apvbguy View Post
    just a few sanctimonious boobs who apparently can't grasp the reality that adults can imbibe without getting $hitfaced like they did when they were teeny boppers
    You have proved your manhood, now move on to another thread and talk of battery powered cars or something...

  9. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve40th View Post
    You have proved your manhood, now move on to another thread and talk of battery powered cars or something...
    I have one of those as well, is there anything you need to learn about those?

  10. ^He's a troll hunting for arguments.

  11. #20
    no, not trolling. it is that I just can't stand when people make foolish unsubstantiated proclamations. If some rube can't drink responsibly that doesn't mean that people should be have some sort of restriction of their of carrying weapons when enjoying an adult beverage.
    the sad thing is that in some states boobs like him have allowed their government to impose restrictions like this. if you allow foolishness like this to pass without rebuking it, you allowing the seeds of tyrannical behavior to set

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