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Ayep... I read one recently that suggested that 98% of self defense scenarios involve a weapon drawn without fire. How you would verify this, I don't know, because I imagine there are more than a few that are never reported.Story said:This is an example of a defensive gun use saving a life, but it probably won’t be taken into account in most self defense/gun studies because no shots were fired.
the link doesn't say wether she carried or not. maybe he suddenly jumped her and she didn't have time to draw. maybe she has a gun but left it at home. maybe she hates guns. maybe now she will buy one. too many maybes to curse her out yet. main point is good on the guy who was ccw'ing. seems like this is exactly why those of us who carry do so.Jose:2539377 said:F that woman for expecting others to defend her.
This state has a long history of hatred of women from the legal and political institution. They burn them, they drown them, they deem them "hysterical" and they deny their 2A rights.The guy had a gun on school grounds? In TX this would be overlooked - here you would be in jail. The only solution in MA would be to let the woman be stabbed to death. Thats liberal logic.
Wrong. That is not "exactly why those of us who carry do".main point is good on the guy who was ccw'ing. seems like this is exactly why those of us who carry do so.