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Old September 5, 2012, 11:31 AM   #15
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From Don P:
Better advice yet, in my opinion, avoid the gun fight and no need for worry about winning or losing.
And a reasonable response:
How would that guard have avoided the gunfight?
While it doesn't apply to the guard (for obvious reasons) this is part of my strategic (highest) level of self defense. I'm not a security guard. Or anything else that is likely, in the normal course of my duties, to involve me in a gun fight.

I also live and work in an area that is not high risk, and I don't hang out with people who - by what they do or who they are - increase the risk.

I'm not being critical. It's just that my philosophy (which no one has to follow) is that using a firearm is the last of many layers of decisions that I make.
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