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How often do you take your gun when you ride?

Dec. 22, 2019, 1:52 p.m.
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Joined: Nov. 24, 2002

Posted by: Heinous

Riding a bike is inherently unsafe. Carrying a gun changes nothing. 

That’s the problem - people just end up still feeling unsafe, and confuse this with greater risk, not a perceived risk that their gun hasn’t eased, and now they have a firearm to react with. See the state of US armed police response for an illustration of that.

Instead of a firearm, these guys need to accept that life feels risky.

which in turn resembles the statement by VikB who said that when it comes to firearms he only trusts the true experts, if I remember correctly. No amount of weaponry and no amount of time spent in training of self defence can "replace" a personˋs fear/uneasiness/etc. Personality is of utmost importance.

Dec. 25, 2019, 4:47 p.m.
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Joined: May 23, 2006

Posted by: Mic

when it comes to firearms he only trusts the true experts, 

When it comes to firearms the only one I trust is me.

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