The nice lady who cuts my hair was mentioning to me the other day that she attended a concealed carry class. I asked her what she thought of it, and her conclusion was that actually having ready access to a gun was too much liability. Turns out that her “instructor” had given her lots of tips, like suggesting that if a dude kicks in her front door and comes in the house with a weapon, she can’t take any aggressive action because he might just be there to steal the TV or something.Read. The Whole. Damn. Thing. Dang, I need Ratus to do a "It's fixin' to collapse into a Black Hole of Win" picture for me ...
A woman who is sometimes alone at night in her house with just her young children is being told by an “instructor” that she has to let an armed home invader do whatever the hell he wants because he might only be after some valuables. You can’t point a gun at him or shoot him until he actually succeeds in attacking you!
Spreading incorrect information about self defense law is not helping people. It is not protecting them. It is not serving their interests in the slightest. It is guaranteeing that people who face the compelling need to use significant force in a hurry will be unsure about doing so, and will increase the chances of them being injured or killed by a criminal aggressor.
If you have not so much as bothered to google statutes and case law relevant to self defense in your jurisdiction, then I insist that you do the entire planet a service and shut the ***CENSORED*** up.
Friday, August 9, 2013
Dear gunstore lawyers: Shut. Up.
Epic rant is epic: