I believe you misquoted that guy. It's either, "Hold my beer and watch this" or "Heh"The famous last words are ......
" I didn't know it was loaded "
Several years ago me and my family stayed overnight at a horse ranch that had rental cabins. It was owned by an American Indian Tribe. There was a picture on the wall of a Indian chief from long ago. Simple message. The Americans told us if we give up our guns we would take care of you. THEY LIED.Yea, and with the passage of this bill, the penalties get stronger for that sort of thing
See, and they've been using that same line on us for another 150 years. I ain't giving up jack. They'll hafta pry it outta my dead hands.Several years ago me and my family stayed overnight at a horse ranch that had rental cabins. It was owned by an American Indian Tribe. There was a picture on the wall of a Indian chief from long ago. Simple message. The Americans told us if we give up our guns we would take care of you. THEY LIED.
Sorry to hear about that experience Gino... on of the things that happens to most people when they start to carry, is a change in mindset, Knowing that you have the ultimate Trump card in a life and death situation, it becomes abundantly clear what compromising situations look like, and how to avoid them. Im sure in hindsight there was a definite lessoned learned from that experience. Glad your safe!I was confronted with a .45 semi, not too long ago. Some guy ran me off the road from the wrong side of the road and I chased him to get his license number. About 3 blocks away, he pulled over, so I did, too. We got out and I asked him why he was driving so recklessly with a 2 year old in the back seat ?? He pulled his .45 and aimed at my groin and I was not prepared, cause I didn't see this coming at all. I talked him down and he took off. I got the number except for the last 2 digits, but the police said the description of the car and all the other details were not enough to catch him.
I vote for fugget. You invite a bunch of trouble trying to be right. If you were ready and shot him, your life would have been changed forever and obviously if he shot you the same would hold true. It's not worth it plus stress is a killer and these little adrenaline producing situations add up and bite you later in life.Thanks, yeah, the lesson is many......
* Not to be so hasty. I had plenty of time to write his license number down.
* I didn't hafta get out and confront him.
* I could've gotten the number and sped off.
* Not to be in the situation by just saying..... ah, fugget and not chased him to begin with.
How wonderful is hindsight....... especially if ya come out alive or at least not critically wounded ??
My wife bought me a home gun which holds shot gun shells in the first 2 chambers and 45's in the next 4. That's good, too. That's my favorite revolver.