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How to protect yourself from a robbery.

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oldguyzer

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Joined Jun 19, 2011
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Should have shown them an orange slice from MM (see Post Count Bumper Thread)
 
Joined Sep 10, 2015
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The owner should pack heat and kill them before they kill him.

I LOVE to see robbers get shot to death. Makes me smile like Christmas morning.

I owned a store for 5+ years. Never got robbed. Had a few people claim they wanted to rob me, but I just told them to fuck off and get out of the store. They had no guns on them anyways.
 
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ERecTile

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How was that clever? He got robbed anyway. The only thing was that he got out of there alive. If I was the robber, I would've laughed.

I just want to get on my soapbox for a sec with regards to guns. Yeah, it's easy for us who are not in that life and death situation to say, "i would've shot the bastard" I think what most people don't realize is what it means to shoot someone. I keep telling my kids. Shooting a gun is not like on TV or the movies. There is no such thing as shoot to wound or shoot in the leg. That's all fake. If you're ever in a situation where your life, or the life of a loved one is at stake, and you have a gun, you do one thing and one thing only. Shoot to kill. Two shots, center mass. Head shots is another entertainment fiction.

Before even conceiving on whether you should own a gun, you need to ask yourself this fundamental question and answer it honestly. Can you end someone else's life? Forget the "oh if I have to" bullshit. Simple question. If you're looking at another human being, and have a split second to make up your mind, can you kill him/her? In that split second, you will not have time to judge, "is my life really in danger?" "is the life of my loved one really in danger?" Most of us, in our society are more wired to flight than fight, and if you cannot pull that trigger when the time comes, then you have most likely signed your own death sentence.

Ok, I'll get off my soapbox now. I just had to say something. Sure, violence on TV and movies is fun, and it's fun to watch the bad guy get shot and killed. But in real life, that bad guy is probably more wired to fight than flight than you are. If I were a shop keeper and someone came in with a gun, I'll say, "how much can you carry away?"
 

Prim0

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Joined Jun 29, 2010
Messages 10,859
How was that clever? He got robbed anyway. The only thing was that he got out of there alive. If I was the robber, I would've laughed.

I just want to get on my soapbox for a sec with regards to guns. Yeah, it's easy for us who are not in that life and death situation to say, "i would've shot the bastard" I think what most people don't realize is what it means to shoot someone. I keep telling my kids. Shooting a gun is not like on TV or the movies. There is no such thing as shoot to wound or shoot in the leg. That's all fake. If you're ever in a situation where your life, or the life of a loved one is at stake, and you have a gun, you do one thing and one thing only. Shoot to kill. Two shots, center mass. Head shots is another entertainment fiction.

Before even conceiving on whether you should own a gun, you need to ask yourself this fundamental question and answer it honestly. Can you end someone else's life? Forget the "oh if I have to" bullshit. Simple question. If you're looking at another human being, and have a split second to make up your mind, can you kill him/her? In that split second, you will not have time to judge, "is my life really in danger?" "is the life of my loved one really in danger?" Most of us, in our society are more wired to flight than fight, and if you cannot pull that trigger when the time comes, then you have most likely signed your own death sentence.

Ok, I'll get off my soapbox now. I just had to say something. Sure, violence on TV and movies is fun, and it's fun to watch the bad guy get shot and killed. But in real life, that bad guy is probably more wired to fight than flight than you are. If I were a shop keeper and someone came in with a gun, I'll say, "how much can you carry away?"


To protect my family....in less than a heartbeat. The bad guys had a choice to make too...and with much more time to make it. They decided to become a threat. They could have chosen to seek help, get a job, start a business, etc. But the mentality out there is that "poor me, I can't make it, so I'll take it". Well, there are consequences to any decision. You know what I haven't ever gone around threatening people, starting fights, robbing, stealing, etc...because I knew the consequences and I wasn't willing to take them. All of this sympathy for the people who chose to do wrong and all of this criticism for people who want to defend themselves from people who do wrong is a major part of the problem these days. Focus on the wrongdoer....not the victim of wrongdoing.
 

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