Quote. Both examples point to the need of training. Buying various guns doesn't make you ready for SD in intense situations.
Yes training can make a difference but does not mean someone isn't still going to be negligent. There are numerous occasions were so called highly trained individuals have negligent discharges. If someone decides to carry a firearm there are positive reasons for doing so. But there are also possible negative consciouses which are rarely pointed out.
The number of times that i see people advised to carry in con 1 without any knowledge of the persons abilities or their knowledge of the firearm they are using and any training they have received. I find a bit concerning.
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