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    Default Re: What would/ should you do after pulling your gun on someone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Parrisk View Post
    walking around with a Defensive handgun with an empty chamber, is like taking a car on a road trip but draining the gas tank before you leave to prevent a fire! IMHO

    the real question is why would I carry a 1911 with one in the chamber and the hammer fully cocked?
    Ummm, because John Moses Browning said thatís how it is to be carried.

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    Default Re: What would/ should you do after pulling your gun on someone?

    Quote Originally Posted by GunLawyer001 View Post
    What should I do with my tactical wheelbarrow after a shooting?

    Dust off the other wheelbarrow and use it, until your attorney gets the other one released from police custody.



    IANAL.


    you do have a backup wheelbarrow?
    Quote Originally Posted by cdi View Post
    A drop leg holster? A big clue indicating an Operator operating operationally, of course.

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    Default Re: What would/ should you do after pulling your gun on someone?

    So does this mean 1911's in 9mm are bad?
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    Default Re: What would/ should you do after pulling your gun on someone?

    Quote Originally Posted by GunLawyer001 View Post
    What should I do with my tactical wheelbarrow after a shooting?
    Go get your tactical shovel.

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    Default Re: What would/ should you do after pulling your gun on someone?

    Quote Originally Posted by STBear View Post
    Go get your tactical shovel.
    I ordered a "tactical hoe" once, but she wasn't what I expected.
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    Default Re: What would/ should you do after pulling your gun on someone?

    Quote Originally Posted by lts1ow View Post
    So does this mean 1911's in 9mm are bad?
    That was true long before this thread happened.
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    Default Re: What would/ should you do after pulling your gun on someone?

    Quote Originally Posted by marinville View Post
    You train to begin taking up trigger slack before you are on target? Like, as you are swinging into position you are taking up the slack? Am I understanding you correctly? If so, how can you think that is a good practice, regarding stress? This is a clear violation of Cooper's law to have your finger out of the trigger guard until your sights are on target and you are ready to fire. Perhaps I am misunderstanding you, I hope so.
    I build a site picture by juggling focus on the back sites, front sites and the target. While doing this I take up the slack.

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    Default Re: What would/ should you do after pulling your gun on someone?

    Quote Originally Posted by raxar View Post
    Israeli doctrine about carrying with a empty chamber comes from them issuing large numbers of tokarevs and only wanting one manual of arms for everyone. Russian carrying with empty chambers is because makarovs aren't drop safe, both are due to equipment limitations not because its good doctrine.
    Seriously? I don't see any record of it. The Israelis used everything and anything.

    However how do you explain their continuation of this policy? Israelis should be seeking to take every advantage, so why continue using condition 3 carry?


    The Makarov is drop safe. I tried this test a short while ago.

    https://projects.nfstc.org/firearms/...m08_t09_08.htm

    I used cardboard instead of rubber over a concrete floor in a garage. Garage floor don't have a bunch of give to them. I used a fired round with a civilian primer, which should be easier to set off than a Russian military primer. The firearm was obviously clear in the chamber and no magazines were used.

    Drops were done on the muzzle, back, both sides and top and bottom. The firearm did not discharge with either the hammer back or forwards, safety off.


    To prove that the primer was good I discharged the empty round in a safe direction. It went "bang".



    I'm sure since that poor Makarov was bouncing in every direction that the Alinski Chorus here, which seeks to make all live up to their own rules, will now feel safe to proclaim that pointing firearms at people you just want to scare is cool. I hope to hear amusing stories of you folks screaming "Stop or I'll shoot!" at targets.

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    Default Re: What would/ should you do after pulling your gun on someone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Carson View Post
    Put on your CCW Sash so the responding police know who to play simon says then shoot when you can't crawl on your knees with your hands in the air.

    Fixed that for ya.
    Go sell crazy some where else, we're all stocked up here.


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    Default Re: What would/ should you do after pulling your gun on someone?

    I prefer sugar cereals like Cocoa Pebbles or Fruity Pebbles.
    Sometimes when I run out I will have Rice Krispies with sugar sprinkled on top.
    It's a pretty good replacement but it's not exactly the same.
    How can you have any cookies if you don't drink your milk?

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