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My argument is that if the polce can have them, than so can the people. The police show up after the fact, it is the people that are on the front lines everyday and night and we usually face it alone. To limit us and not them is a tyrannical act and is an infringement on the rights of the people.
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I’m going to have to agree here with it being overkill to carry a ton of ammo. Carry your pistol and an extra mag if needed but this article assumes you will even know what to do when someone is on top of you or the bullets start flying in a direction that isn’t coming from your gun. There are trained soldiers who curl up in the fetal position when the bullets start flying. My point is no one except those that have experienced it know how they will react when your fight or flight kicks in. You do all this practicing with a gun, and yet are 30 lbs. overweight and couldn’t run 50 feet without needing an oxygen mask. I’m not bashing anyone for being cautious, but carrying like 50 or even 150 rounds is ridiculous and enjoy carrying all that weight around. Basic tactical sense is in the face of odds that aren’t 3:1 in your favor, overwhelm the enemy with superior volume of fire and break contact. If you need more than say 15 shots then you’re probably in the bank heist from Heat, not a really scenario where spraying that much carnage will probably do more harm than good. Plus it may not be just you say your with your kids are you really going to engage in a gun battle with someone? Shoot enough to hopefully kill your assailant or atleast make them flee and then get out of Dodge. Carrying too much ammo at a certain point invites carelessness. If it’s your day it’s your day. 150 rounds wouldn’t have helped my brother in law who was walking down the street and was struck in the back of the head with a piece of concrete and robbed. Then again a gun period wouldn’t have helped there. My point is at a certain point safety meets insanity as any soldier over the recent wave of equipment safety overkill initiatives knows. A wise man once said “he who protects everything, protects nothing.” Plan for 99% of the scenarios that are actually occurring, not the 1% that are insane shoot outs where ul need 50+ rounds. Funny that when it comes to caliber debate, a .45 backer will say shot placement trumps capacity, but the same guy carries a 1911 with 100 extra rounds. Placement is and will always be king, regardless of capacity. And the woman who hit the guy 5 times should have had a better home defense gun on hand. Il bet almost no one here has a home defense weapon with less than 10 shots. Failing to plan is planning to fail imo. God bless everyone here for carrying though, even if some carry way too much its nice to know if a massive gun battle breaks out one of you will throw me a backpack with 100 rounds in it.
I wrote a letter to the Governor asking him to reconsider this unconstitutional law. I reminded him that we have the right to keep and bear arms and that it would not be a good day for anyone if law enforcement tried to confiscate citizens weapons. If we give in to this tyranny we deserve to be slaves to the government oppressors. An oathkeeper however would never take a mans weapon or defy the constitution.