1durphul wrote:Mosin wrote:jkisha wrote:
Hmmmm.....In which case I would ask, why would anyone need a gun for safety if they were traveling to the burn from any place in the United States or Canada????
I've driven cross-country many times and have never felt the need for carrying a gun.
They must be paranoid and/or delusional, since we all know that the highways and byways of the United States and Canada are 100% free of methhead scumbags and criminal opportunists. Plus, there are always LEOs right there to step in... just a phone call away, from remote locations along Hwy 395, to the many lovely, welcoming urban areas of the 909.
While I know gun enthusiasts like to masturbate with their gun in one hand, and their cock in the other... (not at all homoerotic... no... not... at... all) It is incredibly unlikely that all of following circumstances would align so that you don't end up in a worse predicament: 1) you need a gun 2) you have the gun ready and available, 3) your usage would be seen as justifiable under the law and 4) you(')r(e) faster/aim is better than your opponent.
so, what you're saying is, that, no one should carry, because "you" think the above is impossible/improbable?
and, if so unlikely, then why should it matter, anyway?
"I'd rather be judged by 12 than carried by 6"
"I'd rather have a gun, and, not need it, than, need and not have"
Should people not carry spare tires, since, flats are so rare?