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Old March 27, 2014, 10:14 AM   #5
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While John KSa's advice is excellent, I am not sure you should beat yourself up over a good result as you seem to be doing. Maybe you subconsciously picked up on some little clue the dog gave that it was about to back off, and refrained from firing. Getting out of an incident safely without firing is actually the best result you can ask for. Firing in this case would have meant a dead or injured dog, dealing with police and their reports (at least), and very likely an angry dog owner who is absolutely sure that his/her dog would not act like that.
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