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Old 02-07-2013, 01:21 AM   #21
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Self defence is all about the vibrant living. The end of old age, one protects what exactly?

The scene from Troy, where old ruler sneaks into the attacking army's tent with no weapons is more realistic in many ways.

If you fight for nothing at the end, maybe you fought for nothing your whole life?

All responces should be measured and approximate.

I should hope my last moments would not be contemplating or preparing for the demise of others, but rather the joys that have filled my life. I hope my final hour is spent as far as possible from law and order issues that consume our lives, and I can settle into the dust at peace with myself, and everyone else.
In life, I act responsibly with my G20, and in death, I will have place my firearms into other responsible hands to continue on my traditions.

Under my pillow? How about a photo of my Mother. That will be all the protection and comfort I will require.
Dude stop trolling. These threads are for entertainment purposes. You have killed the fun in every thread I've seen you in. 1. You disrespected an American hero. 2. You always try to pick a fight. You seem to act like you know better than everybody else. 3. You have no respect for the members of this forum and the knowledge they bring to the table. You sir (although I doubt that's applicable) have lost all of my respect.
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:30 AM   #22
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Self defence is all about the vibrant living. The end of old age, one protects what exactly?

The scene from Troy, where old ruler sneaks into the attacking army's tent with no weapons is more realistic in many ways.

If you fight for nothing at the end, maybe you fought for nothing your whole life?

All responces should be measured and approximate.

I should hope my last moments would not be contemplating or preparing for the demise of others, but rather the joys that have filled my life. I hope my final hour is spent as far as possible from law and order issues that consume our lives, and I can settle into the dust at peace with myself, and everyone else.
In life, I act responsibly with my G20, and in death, I will have place my firearms into other responsible hands to continue on my traditions.

Under my pillow? How about a photo of my Mother. That will be all the protection and comfort I will require.


I guess I can't totally disagree. But, being a survivour of a world war - who knows what he had seen? He also lived and died in a three family house in a rough hood and two streets over from a really rough city. I got the impression that gun slept with him for many years. In good and bad health. Apparently he never wanted to be a victim regardless.
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No-one wants to be a victim Rampco. But not everyone is willing even to stick up for themselves. Certainly not anymore. In a wimpified country. Take AR10 there for example...

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I could choose 3 to get rid of, but not just one to keep. One is never enough!

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No-one wants to be a victim Rampco. But not everyone is willing even to stick up for themselves. Certainly not anymore. In a wimpified country. Take AR10 there for example...


I pulled the trigger (12x) back in 96. The bg got hit 3x but survived (through a vehicle) At the time I did what I had to do. Period. I got sued (through my dept) But, in the end I won cause I did nothing wrong. And I'm still alive!

That's just the game of life and if somebody is not willing to play, then I don't know what to say, other than: you can't go around all the time, scared you're gonna get in trouble for protecting yourself. That's a real bad way to be. Apparently the old Vet got it right.

I too, when it's my time, wanna die from natural causes. Goes for my family too - if I can help it.
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...I got sued (through my dept) But...
Criminals who sue like that should get double their sentence if they lose. If their family sues they get the sentence their "he was a good boy" should have gotten. And cops caught lying should get the sentence they were trying to see someone else get.
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For me it would have to be my Beretta 96A1 (.40 S&W)

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