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Old 10-18-2006, 06:51 PM   #21
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I had to draw my pistol in my front yard in February and it about scared the out of me. Some dude came up in my yard yelling at me about how he was going to "kill us all." We told him we didn't want any problems, so he left. Five minutes later he came sneaking back from behind the cars in the street and had put on all black clothes and latex surgeons gloves, and was ranting that he was going to kill us. He left when he saw the .45, but I was shaking so bad afterward that I felt like I'd had the gun drawn on me.

The police didn't catch him but said that they'd been called about him making threats several times.
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should have shot in his general direction
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bah, just shoot and run! who says you have to stick around and wait for the police!? just do the good ol'border shuffle :laughing6
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Old 10-18-2006, 09:31 PM   #26
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Man, this dude was crazy. I was sitting on my front stoop at the time with two of my friends from back home. We were minding our business when this dude came up talking sh*t. Both of my friends were ready to stomp this guy, but I reminded them that this was Houston and crazy people talk sh*t in my neighborhood all the time, if you fought them all, you'd be fighting everyday. So after the guy finally took off I put my pistol right inside the door just in case he came back-which he did. Man, when I picked up that gun I was shaking. I've been shooting a long time and always believed that if I had to I'd be ready to use a gun in self-defense, and I was ready. Maybe that's why I got so nervous, for the first time I understood what it felt like to be in that situation.
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Old 10-18-2006, 09:32 PM   #27
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he had to have been on drugs to try and take on three dudes who were all bigger than he was --for no reason.
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I must say, some of you(names withheld) take stuff too seriously. You exist in this little forum world where the longer you've been online makes you superior in some odd way. Realize that someone is joking and joke back or just keep your mouth shut. It just doesnt make since to me. I am taking that CHL class with Cashtown, and while I will readily admit I am not nearly as skilled a rider as many of you on this forum, I can almost promise that I am a better shot. I was the top ranked Junior Shooter in Texas, competed for the Great State of Texas at the National Service Rifle Competition for 3 years while in High School. I attended 2 years worth of small arms profeciency training with the US Army Marksmanship Team. I had one on one training with the United States Marine Corps' Top Scout/Sniper, and that years Overall Champion at the National Matches. I am deadly with open iron sights on a .308 at over 1,000 yards(I use deadly beccause I can hit a chest sized target at that distance). I am a NRA, CMP and TSRA member and proud of what I do, and have done. I am a responsible and well trained and know how and when to use my firearm. I am taking the class to go through the legal hurdles and be able to carry a pistol (i respect the CHL law too much to just carry, irrespective of the possible consequences).

So, $7,000 a round fired? small price to pay, because if my pistol is pulled on someone it is because they are threatening my life and I am going to kill them before they kill me.
I dont belive that a few thousand in lawyers fees is too much to pay for being alive, but obviously we can see that someone values $$$ over life AND THATS NO WAY TO LIVE!

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Man, ya'll really take everything seriously here, huh?
I'm obviously not really going to go out and "blast on some fools." I've been shooting (responsibly, I might add) since I was six-years-old. Hunting since I was eleven. grew up in the sticks and had a shooting range in the back yard that my family shot on. I've been on a rifle team, my brother shot for the Texas team at the national service rifle match at camp perry in ohio. I'm pretty proficient with rifles, shotguns (bird and sporting clays) pistols and black powder handguns. I'm an NRA member and a Texas State Rifle association member. I live in a pretty sorry neighborhood, but have a nicely stocked gun safe in my closet. I've never been involved in any kind of violent crime.
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I must say, some of you(names withheld) take stuff too seriously. You exist in this little forum world where the longer you've been online makes you superior in some odd way. Realize that someone is joking and joke back or just keep your mouth shut. It just doesnt make since to me. I am taking that CHL class with Cashtown, and while I will readily admit I am not nearly as skilled a rider as many of you on this forum, I can almost promise that I am a better shot. I was the top ranked Junior Shooter in Texas, competed for the Great State of Texas at the National Service Rifle Competition for 3 years while in High School. I attended 2 years worth of small arms profeciency training with the US Army Marksmanship Team. I had one on one training with the United States Marine Corps' Top Scout/Sniper, and that years Overall Champion at the National Matches. I am deadly with open iron sights on a .308 at over 1,000 yards(I use deadly beccause I can hit a chest sized target at that distance). I am a NRA, CMP and TSRA member and proud of what I do, and have done. I am a responsible and well trained and know how and when to use my firearm. I am taking the class to go through the legal hurdles and be able to carry a pistol (i respect the CHL law too much to just carry, irrespective of the possible consequences).

So, $7,000 a round fired? small price to pay, because if my pistol is pulled on someone it is because they are threatening my life and I am going to kill them before they kill me.
I dont belive that a few thousand in lawyers fees is too much to pay for being alive, but obviously we can see that someone values $$$ over life AND THATS NO WAY TO LIVE!

Keep it shiny side up, rubber side down and always remember:

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Somethings, such as talk about CHL is worth taking seriously. Your life is on the line after you pull the trigger as well.
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What are you bowing to? When you take the class you will probably realize the mistakes you are making in blasting all your great shooting abilities all over the internet.
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i got my CHL a while back, carry with me even when i ride the bike. Just pay attention in class b/c when you have that CHL on you weather the "wepaon" is on you or not alot of laws change for you. like the legal alcohol level is less than .08
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Honestly, are you dumb? Never mention the word kill. The act of killing someone is known as murder and is illegal. Unless of course if you are in the military and then you are paid to kill little brown people when you have been asked to.
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Honestly, are you dumb? Never mention the word kill. The act of killing someone is known as murder and is illegal. Unless of course if you are in the military and then you are paid to kill little brown people when you have been asked to.
are you dumb, read the post after the one you quoted, oh and notice my sig. "TO KILL", is very much a huge part of my life still. But I understand the "use of force".
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Honestly, are you dumb? Never mention the word kill. The act of killing someone is known as murder and is illegal. Unless of course if you are in the military and then you are paid to kill little brown people when you have been asked to.
And im glad you have such a great of what the word..."KILL" means...
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Honestly, are you dumb? Never mention the word kill. The act of killing someone is known as murder and is illegal. Unless of course if you are in the military and then you are paid to kill little brown people when you have been asked to.
Little brown people??????? Mexicans, i better run. just messing with you.
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And im glad you have such a great of what the word..."KILL" means...
The context of your statement in a discussion about concealed handguns was dumb. To be short, I could use alot of other fancy words but, if you are a licensed conceald handgun owner you should know this. Hopefully you are not taking it to personal but, in my opinion I would suggest not using that statement anymore when discussing the act of defending yourself.
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And im glad you have such a great of what the word..."KILL" means...
Although this sentence makes absolutely no sense I would think you have a great understanding of it as well being a Marine and CHL owner. :dontknow:
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