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    ****NEW SEGMENT ON THE WEBSITE. CHECK IT OUT EVERYONE! (6/14/2010)

    http://www.crimestriketv.com

    Hello everyone at open carry. I posted a while back looking for peoples true stories of self defense for our TV show currently in production called, Crimestrike. Well we have finished 3 episodes, and our website has a segment from one of those episodes. I thought everyone here would enjoy watching it. We are also still shooting new episodes, so if you have a story about yourself you'd like to tell just click on the link below the video.

    Thank you everyone and I hope you enjoy!

    http://www.crimestriketv.com

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    joshk wrote:
    Hello everyone at open carry. I posted a while back looking for peoples true stories of self defense for our TV show currently in production called, Crimestrike. Well we have finished 3 episodes, and our website has a segment from one of those episodes. I thought everyone here would enjoy watching it. We are also still shooting new episodes, so if you have a story about yourself you'd like to tell just click on the link below the video.

    Thank you everyone and I hope you enjoy!

    http://www.crimestriketv.com

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    What a great idea. Not having watched your episode yet, I could see how awesome this would be to watch. I mean we always see shows on spike TV about people getting in car accidents, plane crashes.. etc.. and they give their story. This is much more exciting. All you would need are actors to re-create the scenerio that happened with a shaky camera..etc. I'm going to watch right now. I wish I had a story to submit!

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    Great story... Is this going to be on Television or over the internet? I really enjoyed it!

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    This will be on television, we're just not sure what channel as of yet.

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    ABC? LOL.......
    I am not anti Cop I am just pro Citizen.

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    joshk wrote:
    Hello everyone at open carry. I posted a while back looking for peoples true stories of self defense for our TV show currently in production called, Crimestrike. Well we have finished 3 episodes, and our website has a segment from one of those episodes. I thought everyone here would enjoy watching it. We are also still shooting new episodes, so if you have a story about yourself you'd like to tell just click on the link below the video.

    Thank you everyone and I hope you enjoy!

    http://www.crimestriketv.com

    JoshK
    NICE!

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    nice preview, that looks pretty awesome!

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    Fantastic! Thank you very much. Full speed ahead.

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    BOOM BOOM BOOM

    Did I get him?
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    Very nicely done! Would love to see this on a major network.

    The young man in the story did make two mistakes. Twice he referred to shotgun ammunition as bullets.

    But I would still love to see this on national TV.

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    Amazing. Keep up the good work and maybe one of the major networks will pick it up. Love to see it go national. I'll pass it along.

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    I wish I had a story to submit!

    Not me. In order to have a story, you'll first need to get into a life or death situation. Maybe it's just me, but I choose to avoid these. Rather than running the chance of having a good story...until I died, I'll choose to NOT have a good story.

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    Superlite27 wrote:
    I wish I had a story to submit!
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    Not me. In order to have a story, you'll first need to get into a life or death situation.* Maybe it's just me, but I choose to avoid these. Rather than running the chance of having a good story...until I died, I'll choose to NOT have a good story.
    I've got a story or two, but they are not nearly that dramatic or prolonged.
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    Superlite27 wrote:
    Not me. In order to have a story, you'll first need to get into a life or death situation. Maybe it's just me, but I choose to avoid these. Rather than running the chance of having a good story...until I died, I'll choose to NOT have a good story.
    Avoidance is always the best policy. A handy retreat is the next best policy.
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    OUTSTANDING!
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    Wow, that was an amazing episode. Very well edited and shot.

    The very fact that you show gun owners in a responsible light means you can forget about network TV.
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    Superlite27 wrote:
    I wish I had a story to submit!

    Not me. In order to have a story, you'll first need to get into a life or death situation. Maybe it's just me, but I choose to avoid these. Rather than running the chance of having a good story...until I died, I'll choose to NOT have a good story.
    +1

    I would prefer to not get into those situations than to have a story to tell.

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    I have a story, but it's too short.
    illegal ≠ immoral legal ≠ moral
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    simmonsjoe wrote:
    I have a story, but it's too short.
    Tell it, the segment you saw is a short story too. If you don't want to post your story on the forum, you can click the "tell your story" link on the crimestriketv.com website.

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    joshk wrote:
    simmonsjoe wrote:
    I have a story, but it's too short.
    Tell it, the segment you saw is a short story too. If you don't want to post your story on the forum, you can click the "tell your story" link on the crimestriketv.com website.
    Yes, good editing can expand a story effectively
    No offense, Josh.

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    tekshogun wrote:
    joshk wrote:
    simmonsjoe wrote:
    I have a story, but it's too short.
    Tell it, the segment you saw is a short story too. If you don't want to post your story on the forum, you can click the "tell your story" link on the crimestriketv.com website.
    Yes, good editing can expand a story effectively
    No offense, Josh.
    None taken!

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    cool idea enjoyed watching kind of a Rescue 911 feel lol sorry if im the only one that thinks that

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    Here's the abbreviated version of 2 stories, both of which happened about 2 decades ago:

    At a pawn shop. Guy comes in raving about his wife having pawned some electronics. Very upset. Makes a veiled threat and goes to car. I was leaving anyway, so I went outside to my truck. He opens trunk and starts rummaging around. I took a position of partial cover, got my grip on, and told him to come out empty handed. He jumped in car and took off. Cops called, they pulled him but found no weapon.

    Was walking into gun shop with a friend. Car comes down street driving all crazy, so we stopped to watch. Two guys in car. Car slides by us, burns tires in reverse, stops. Driver yells "What you looking at" then repeats the slide burn and yell. My friend says "You." Guy parks car, digs around in his back seat, gets out of car while sliding something in his pocket. Starts walking toward me quickly. I drew to low ready and said NO! Guy redirects to my friend (BIG MISTAKE I'm thinking... I've seen this before!). Guy reaches out to shove Rob in the chest. Rob grabs guy by the crotch and the throat, picks him up sideways, bashes him into a telephone pole, throws him to the ground, falls onto him straddling, and proceeds to punch left kidney right kidney left kidney right kidney throat crotch repeat drill. Guy's friend gets out of car/I wave him away still at low ready. Finally the gun shop owner, a crusty old Army Sergeant, comes out and tells ROb to let the guy up. Guy summoned enough reserve power to get to his car and got the heck out of Dodge. Cops showed up and took report.

    Rob never starts fights but he has a sure fire way of ending them. I swear I have seen him do this twice, heard about it another time. 1000yardshooter can probably testify.
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    Awesome!

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    are you just going to cover person vs. person? or include animal encounters too
    not a lawyer, dont take anything i say as legal advice.


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