Discussion in 'On Topic' started by nox, Aug 6, 2009.
I like to carry my gun disassembled, for maximum safety
Don't pull the trigger and it won't fire. It's really pretty simple.
I just carry bullets... no, not live rounds... bullets
baby-killing hollow points?
Is not carrying one in the chamber really that bad?
Carry around an empty and cocked gun for a month, and at the end of the month, check to see if the gun 'went off'.
i dont even carry with a magazine in my gun
i do the same with my sling shot.
you guys carry gunz?
think about having to shoot someone less than 5 feet away from the holster and try it both ways.
or try to shoot someone running towards you from , oh, say, 20 feet?
they don't make back pocket holsters for the glock 26
on the off chance you actually need your gun what do you think the odds are the bad guy will be far away? if he's close and you're trying to fight him off with just 1 hand, do you really want to try to be loading a round with the other?
time is of the essence here.
Can't cock my glock.
Good points, though. Convince my wife now. She won't even let me keep a loaded mag in the safe with the gun.
wut? where do you keep your mags?
seperate safe or no loaded mags anywhere?
Keep the loaded mags with you, then if you have to grab the gun, you don't have to go looking for ammo?
Just a crazy suggestion.
jesus that sucks, i have loaded guns hidden thru the house like easter eggs. (no kids are ever in my house)
I keep 2 in the chamber, just in case.
fail safe. good idea.
Have a friend break into your house at night and kick open your bedroom door and be like "wait hold on, let me get the gun out of the safe... ok wait hold on let me get some ammo" while your friend just stands there. Then get the shit slapped out of you by your wife, and expect divorce papers the next day. Then you should be able to keep your guns loaded no problem.