Nice trifecta !I have carried since around '73-'74, after I realized that there were folks who would attempt to make a point using a firearm. Years later, at work, I was convinced that I had arrived at the bitter end of my life as we know it, under similar if not more deadly circumstances. I never was in a spot where a shooting solution was an option, but I did fight for my life (mano a mano on three separate occasions), and I'm still here. There are no more motivating circumstances than those that cause you to know that you are dead, and this is how it is going to be.There are bad people in the world, and none of us have a crystal ball.....but we do reserve the right to defend ourselves or return fire if it ever becomes necessary.
May the souls of the innocent departed be with the Supreme Entity.
May the survivors recover intact.
May the evil one resume his rightful place in the fires of hell.
To me, this is why we stand firm on our fundamental right to self defense.
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^^^^^These are 3 Model M 1908s, a type IV, a type III, and a type II,
any one of which is a deadly weapon when applied as such.
Good point but he wasn't at the range. He walked in the door, was refused for having a loaded weapon. Without a word he walked out , turned around and started shooing. Are you going to avoid all gun stores now? How many people have been gunned down by crazies in every place imaginable. Good think about the guns store was enough people returned fire to end it quickly.I wont ever go to an indoor hand gun range to many crazy's here in California. I'm a member of a private rifle range and they have a handgun line right next to the 100 meter rifle range. An Ex Marine is the lead range safety officer who has no tolerance for unsafe firearms handling or anyone getting out of line.