Has anybody ever actually had to remove their gun from its holster for protection? I don't mean to shoot cans along side of the road. I am referring to private citizens who carry on their bike. Not LEO.
never, but i'm ready.Has anybody ever actually had to remove their gun from its holster for protection?
:clap2::clap2::clap2::clap2::clap2::clap2::clap2:Glockjock said:Only once for actually removing from holster and willing to shoot, and it was not on my bike. However, the fact that my wife was armed and obviously very willing to use her gun saved her from being raped or killed.
About 10 years ago she was having to work a night shift, alone, at a convenience store. She rarely worked nights, but on those few occasions she always wore a 3" barreled Charter Arms .44 Special under her smock. About 2:00 AM a man appeared walking while she was sweeping the sidewalk at the store entrance. He was about 25 feet away when he stopped and unbuttoned his pants, and exposed himself. He said "Look what I got for you, mama!"
My wife was prepared. As he'd neared, she had positioned herself so that the large trash container was between them, and she reached into her smock and came out with the Bulldog. As she had been trained she used a 2-handed Weaver stance and leveled the .44 at the potential rapist, snarling "Look what I got for you, *******!"
Last seen, the guy had lost that lovin' feeling and was doing about 40 mph on foot. My wife no longer works anywhere, but we do believe that she would have been raped or killed if she had not been armed. She now has her own carry gun, and the Bulldog is retired with honors.