|February 7, 2006, 11:35 AM||#26|
Join Date: November 17, 2000
You have to decide what is your priority.
You need to have the equipment and training to have options.
Then, in an incident - decide what outcome you want?
Is it to maximize your chance of not being hurt or is it to make a statement about law and order with the attendant risks of getting killed or hurt?
Easy to chest pound about being a coward, legalisms and cowardice on the Internet.
Since I've done the robbery scenario several times in FOF - I know it is a high probability I will get shot when the shooting starts. If I can get the robbers to leave without shooting me - that's fine. If I think I will be better off by shooting, I will.
That's common sense and not some baloney.
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