Japete and the antis have no shame in promising security, cupcakes and unicorns if we give up our guns. We know better since we are reality-based and offer only the chance of surviving a deadly force. We know that even though criminals tend to run or end up in a hospital when confronted with a gun, we are well aware that things may not end up well.
Even though he lost his life, the man saved his friend and a little boy. The criminals had no qualms on attacking the father of the toddler and endangering everybody’s lives. Japete and her friends would rather much enjoyed their deaths to prop up their cause and exalt the Morality of Victimization.
If I am reading this correctly and Google Translate is not pulling my leg, Germany inspects and reviews IPSC shooters so they are not in violation of the country’s gun laws that apparently forbid not only large caliber weapons (I think they think anything above .22LR is large caliber) but also shooting on the move and any sport that includes defensive shooting. And checking for IDPA clubs in Germany, I see that none exist with IDPA HQ.
Somebody should tell Japete, maybe she’ll move to Germany.
A while back I mentioned the Dutch Brothers change of heart about gun restrictions in the workplace following a case where a barista used his weapon when he was being robbed at gun point. Out of sheer luck I bumped into some court documents including the Affidavit of Probable Cause which is basically the police report of the events. Makes for good reading and even better learning tool.
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