357 or a 45?
Matt, 99% .40 S&W. I switch out during the year for slaps and tickles. .45 or .38, sometimes a nine mil.
At the very least I would have run over him the first time he crossed in front of the vehicle.
Duke, the woman froze as they tend to do...he's a lucky man he didn't confront you or I, he'd have been DRT. I did notice she tried to leave, but traffic had her hemmed in place.
Where's that woman with the pepper spray when you need her.... Give her a gun and it'd been over in about 1 second.
I carry so I would have shot him. If I didn't have a gun I would have certainly parked on top of him. I am so tired of this crap going on.
Let's see a 2000 pound weapon, an out of control moron and the driver is trapped by traffic. The sheeple don't realise the power they have in that little narrow pedal on the floor.
Why my children have two armed bodyguards(mom & dad). HH and I a a bit paranoid by nature anyway, things like this would set back our "therapy" if we were in it.
Matt, very true. Thanks.Mamma Bear, works for me. I'd done much the same.Thank you.Dean, panic set in, and you're correct, many fail to realize the power a vehicle holds.Odysseus, much like us. I'm Little Bit's personal body guard. If a critter such as this tried with me he'd better be right with God.
It would have been hilarious if the driver had popped out with a bead laid on the guy. Wonder where this was filmed if it was a city he was assured would have a very small chance of encountering anyone carrying.
It's in Las Vegas at the intersection that is just south of The Stratoshpere. One of my readers pointed me there.
Which is why I always carry in Vegas...
I HATE this place. Seriously. Living here sucks. Hubby hates it. We knew things had issues when he took this tunnel but in the 2 1/2 years since we have been here it has gotten much worse. Crime on the whole is down sure but violent crime is up. Scary as heck.
We are lucky in Arizona to have very constitutional carry laws. Which was nice the day a fella objected to my car horn honk and jumped out of his truck with a baseball bat with a heavy towing chain wrapped around it. Simply seeing me reach into my glove box (for the .44 special) gave him immediate pause. He jumped back in his truck and took off. Best way it could have worked out, really.Unbreakable, AZ
OMG. I showed this to two of my older kids. This guy needs a bullet to the head no questions asked. He will be the first to go crying to the ACLU & NAACP.
If nothing else, my 8,000 lb. Silverado would have sandwiched his arse between me and the next vehicle. I'll pay for their damage gladly. But more than likely I'd have shot the bugger. Windows are relatively cheap...
"What are you gonna do?"BANG rinse repeatStory ends.
PionnerPreppy, or a beam of red laser on his butt.PISSED, thanks for the location. KingAZJay, good for you. Thanks.Lila, in truth not many areas of this country rate much better in lifestyle...we all have our problems. Hang in there. Thanks.Anon, here in Florida he'd be dead right there. Our laws allow us to shoot if we feel our lives are threatened. Free of prosecution too.Rob, very true. Thanks.Craig, I've handled it much like you. My GMC is heavy too and makes nice pancakes.45er, we think alike....
And he skidded across the pavement, as I hit him with my truck. And then parked on top of him.Man O Man, I'm with the rest of you. Drop him where he stands.It's getting to be more crazy out there. I would of given him a warning. It would of been- BANG, HALT, BANG, BANG!!
Flier389, my friend, just think - we have one sitting behind the desk in our White House....
I'm with Duke; run the guy down! Besides, an errant shot there might have hit someone else. (Of course, that's why we practice!)