Knives vs guns

Dave29461

Active Member
Here are two looks at knives vs. guns. One shows how fast the knife can work. The other shows why disarming someone instead of shooting them is not the best thing to try.




I tried to put three pictures of the Policeman who was cut on the front of his body just as bad as his back is cut in this photo. If you want to see the others let me know and I will email .

Subject: Always bring a GUN to a knife fight.!


ALWAYS Carry a pistol to a knife fight!
Ever wonder why cops shoot people armed with knives,broken bottles,glass shards?
If an experienced knife fighter gets in close,you may not have the opportunity to use
the handgun before he can do damage.
Remember the 21 foot rule? Well,don't forget the Ego Rule!
These photos are of an officer trained in hand-to-hand combat.
The officer figured that due to his size and fighting skills,
he could disarm a knife wielding aggressor.
Here is why I am forwarding these!




To all the idiots out there who always say,Why did the cops have to shoot him?
He only had a(insert your choice of weapons here,knife,BAT,CLUB)!
HE DIDN?T HAVE TO BE SHOT!
To that,I respond,tough crap shoot 'em!
If an officer tells you to drop your weapon,just drop it!
If you're a retard,stupid,on crack,mental or just scared too bad.
No one deserves what this cop got for just doing his job.
This is vivid proof of how deadly people who are only armed with a knife can be.
Some of the public think that officers should try to disarm someone armed with a knife
but anyone who has had training in knife fighting will tell you,even if you win you are going to get cut.Keep this in the back of your mind when confronting someone armed with an edged weapon.
HAVE I MADE MY POINT?
A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS!
 

Tigerstripe

Active Member
maybe its just me but i just bring a gun, period.
on the other hand, have the laws about excessive force changed?
used to be you couldnt shoot someone with a knife because you have them overpowered, or some such BS
David
 
Tigerstripe said:
maybe its just me but i just bring a gun, period.
on the other hand, have the laws about excessive force changed?
used to be you couldnt shoot someone with a knife because you have them overpowered, or some such BS
David
I don't know if any laws have changed or not, but this is relevant.

State v. Fuller, 297 S.C. 440, 377 S.E.2d 328 (1989) sets forth the elements of self-defense in South Carolina. These are:
1. you must be without fault in bringing on the difficulty;
2. you must actually believe you are in imminent danger of loss of life or serious bodily injury or
actually be in such danger;
3. if you believe you are in such danger, you must use deadly force only if a reasonable or prudent man
of ordinary firmness and courage would have believed himself to be in such danger, or, if you actually were in such danger, the circumstances were such as would warrant a man of ordinary prudence, firmness and courage to strike the fatal blow in order to save yourself from serious bodily harm or losing your own life;
4. you had no other probable means of avoiding the danger of losing your own life or sustaining serious bodily injury than to act as you did in the particular instance.
 
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