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Old 08-01-2014, 03:00 AM   #51
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Why not report it! You might save someone elses life! That is what is wrong with America today! People afraid to report things when they happen or after.
If you legally are in possesion at the time which I believe you were! In this situation being retired LEO myself your situation certainly complied with the requirements to protect yourself! In fear of serious bodily injury or possibly even death! You do not have to say "I pointed it at his chest"! Just that he saw you had a weapon and fled! As simple as that! Why wait until they do attack someone to tell your story to the police when it could be too late for someone?

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Old 08-01-2014, 07:18 AM   #52
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You bet I'd report it!

BTW, bikes are vehicles, they have to go with the flow of traffic.
At night they are required to have proper lighting. Reflective clothing is a plus.

Cussing a legal cyclist out just proves you're an ass.

Swore the next hill jack that swerved to scare or threw anything at me would get my bike chucked through his windshield. Luckily none have been stupid since.

FWIW that's why the gun stays on me, not the bike.

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Also nice to spot problematic vehicles later.
Valve stem removal tools are too cool.

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I say yes, report it for the two aforementioned reasons above. Cover your own a**, and just in case these fools hit somebody with their big stupid pipe.

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