You probably couldn't have gotten to your gun quick enough in that instance. Just hope he shoots like most criminals and he won't hit you. Get your gun ASAP and hope for the best.
You mean, like dis, YO:PW said:Just hope he shoots like most criminals and he won't hit you.
Friend of mine has one of those tactical bags with a built in holster, he transfers his weapon to it when he drives with the zipper open of course pistol is in easy reach. Though I would suggest if you do that and get pulled over you zip the compartment up. The last thing a LEO wants to see when he walks up to your window is the butt of your pistol.mr_blove said:Last spring I was driving home from work, it was around midnight and I was headed down 4700 south to pick up I-215 NB. I was doing about 5 over the speed limit and just so happen to pass a black Jeep Grand Cherokee it had dark tinted windows and a loud sound system. About 2 blocks infront of the Jeep I moved over into the same lane to pull into the upcoming gas station. When I pulled next to the pump and shutoff my engine I looked over to see the Jeep pull up to the pumps to my right, put his right arm on the steering wheel lean over and glare aggressively at me, I preceeded to look back at him and he was a rough looking character after 3-5 seconds he sped away. First thing if he had a gun and decided to use it my engine was shut off and in park and I also had my seat belt on so it would have been hard to bail from the vehical and find cover or drive away. Second I don't know if it was a case of mistaken identity, or if he decided that action was not a good idea and to high tail it when he saw me in my ACU's (Army Combat Uniform). I was just glad I had my concealed carry I just don't know if I could have deployed it fast enough if he had hands on a weapon and holding it just below the window line, what do you think.
Linky no worky.PetersenRD said:http://www.thegunzone.com/glock/images/nyte-sytes.jpg
I think there may be a decent market for these.
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