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Thread: OC in the liquor store on 21st south.

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    Just wanted to say that i had a good OC at the liquor store on 21st south. I walked in and it was very busy and i noticed an officer standing guard by the door, and i went about my business without a word from anyone or from the officer. Better than the OC at Smiths.

    As a Followup for the whole Smiths incident, i went in a week later and what do you know?? Our favorite "security guard" Michael Moss was there doing his...job i guess that's what they call standing around all day long. While there i walked past him a few times of course OC, and he didn't say a word

    As a question though, what is everyone's opinion about loading a rubber bullet for the first round in your firearm? I have heard that it will aid you in the case that someone attempts to attack you as its almost a warning shot. Just wanted to get some info on it.

    Thanks all!

    OfficerMatt

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    Don't do it. Too many chances that you'll need that first shot, and it won't count for much when it hits.

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    Yeah, there are no such thing as warning shots. You should offer a verbal warning if possible, but I think rubber bullets, buck shot, etc are bad ideas.

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    "a warning shot is when you shoot them in the leg" (A Police Officer told me this!!!! I don't suggestyouthisthis information.)

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    GeneticsDave wrote:
    ....I think rubber bullets, buck shot, etc are bad ideas.
    Are you saying rubber buckshot or are you saying rubber bullets AND Buckshot are equally ineffective? Cause i just got me some 3 inch OO Buck... and that stuff is NASTY.

    I'm SURE you meant rubberized buck, and in that case, +1.

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    ProtectedBy9mm wrote:
    GeneticsDave wrote:
    ....I think rubber bullets, buck shot, etc are bad ideas.
    Are you saying rubber buckshot or are you saying rubber bullets AND Buckshot are equally ineffective? Cause i just got me some 3 inch OO Buck... and that stuff is NASTY.

    I'm SURE you meant rubberized buck, and in that case, +1.
    No, I meant those pathetic snake shot bullets you can buy for revolvers and auto-loaders.

    Of course 3" 00 is going to work, it's just hard to carry around town

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    Rubber or lead you still need a concealed permit to carry a bullet in the firing position. That's the way I read it.
    -banki-

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    ichigo wrote:
    Rubber or lead you still need a concealed permit to carry a bullet in the firing position. That's the way I read it.
    -banki-
    Yeah i know, and thanks everyone for the input!

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