NEW GUN SAFETY RULES FOR SELF DEFENSE: What do y'all think?

Dave29461

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A third set of gun-safety rules has now been proposed in a new book, "After You Shoot: Your gun's hot. The perp's not. Now what?"
by Alan Korwin.

NEW GUN SAFETY RULES FOR SELF DEFENSE:

1. If you ever shoot in self defense you must prepare to defend yourself against execution for murder.

2. When you drop the hammer plan to cash in your life savings for your lawyer's retainer. Avoid this unless your life depends on it.

3. Sometimes the innocent get decent treatment, sometimes they don't.

4. It's always better to avoid a gunfight than to win one.

5. If innocent life doesn't immediately depend on it, don't shoot. And if it does, don't miss.

What do y'all think?
 

fordnut

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Re: NEW GUN SAFETY RULES FOR SELF DEFENSE: What do y'all thi

I think number 4 should read:

Try to avoid a gunfight to the best of your ability, but, if you have to fight, fight to win...like your life depends on it.


Steve
 

Frost

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Re: NEW GUN SAFETY RULES FOR SELF DEFENSE: What do y'all thi

A few additional thoughts

If you shoot someone life as you know it is over.
Shooting someone is a binary condition, they either are or are not shot.
Shoot to end the conflict with as few shots as possible.
 
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