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Old 12-27-2011, 07:20 PM   #51
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I will recommend that you discuss this with a qualified and experienced professional trainer to get an expert's opinion which would carry more weight than mine.
For this question, it wouldn't be a bad idea to ask a criminal defense layer too.
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Old 12-27-2011, 07:25 PM   #52
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Everybody is free to choose their strategy. There's a ton of information available to all of us. Some of that information is available from professional trainers and some is available from people's opinions.

I'm not a professional trainer, so you can take my input as just another opinion.

My goal in posting the responses I did was only to be helpful as I see misinformation posted on these types of forums frequently and I hope we're all here for the same purpose -- to try to help eachother -- to learn from eachother.

Carry earplugs. Don't carry earplugs. I've obviously said my piece.

I will recommend that you discuss this with a qualified and experienced professional trainer to get an expert's opinion which would carry more weight than mine.
Not sure how my one-liner post prompted a lecture, but ... thanks? ... I was simply pointing out that Marthor was the "OP" you were referring to in that post of yours I quoted.
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Old 12-27-2011, 07:26 PM   #53
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Not sure how my one-liner post prompted a lecture, but ... thanks? ... I was simply pointing out that Marthor was the "OP" you were referring to in that post of yours I quoted.
Sorry, man, didn't mean to come off as a lecture to/at you ... was just responding to the fact that it was the same guy
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Sorry, man, didn't mean to come off as a lecture to/at you ... was just responding to the fact that it was the same guy
No worries. Wasn't intending to get in the middle of your conversation.
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Dude, I'm not trying to be an !!!hole,seriously but I swear I can't think of any other way to put this. Carry a set w/you keep a set on your nightstand . If you have time to use them great . I won't loose sleep however you handle it. But I damn sure wouldn't have them hanging around my neck when the police show up.
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To each their own....thats all that i can say.
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For this question, it wouldn't be a bad idea to ask a criminal defense layer too.
AND keep him on retainer
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Generally if you have time to think about or put in ear plugs uts a bad idea to shoot, you could have hauled ass
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if im ever in a SD situation,earplugs will be the last thing i'm worrying about.

now if something like a SHTF situation breaks out & bullets are flying like politicians B.S. & i dont have a pair of ear plugs with me? i smoke,so i'll just break off a couple of cig.butts & hope i dont have to smoke'em if i got'em
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Trust me save the smokes you'll need them after you finish
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