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    The need to carry everywhere its legal....

    http://www.jsonline.com/newswatch/122907328.html


    Worker forced at gunpoint into cooler at Brookfield Subway


    An employee of Subway, 21250 W. Capitol Drive, told police he was forced into a cooler at gunpoint by a man wearing large sunglasses and a hood just before 8 p.m. May 28. The man took cash from the business before leaving, he said.

    Police Capt. Jim Adlam said responding officers were unable to find the perpetrator.

    Security camera footage from a neighboring business shows the man enter the store, Adlam said, and fleeing through a back door.

    The only employee on duty followed the robber's orders to go inside a walk-in cooler and count to 100, Adlam said.

    The robber is described as a white man between 18 and 25 who is no taller than 5 feet 8 inches.




    Yes, there is no safe area, even in normally peaceful Brookfield. I have carried at this particular Subway before (next to adventure rock). Did you also hear about these daytime burglaries in B-field? http://www.brookfieldnow.com/news/122906513.html
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    Post this over in the "no need for a gun?" thread, if it isn't already.

    And I have to point out that this story is obviously fake.
    First off, robbery is illegal, so nobody would do it.
    Secondly, the employee said the robber had a gun concealed under his sweatshirt.
    We all know that's illegal in WI, so of course he didn't do that either. [/sarcasm]

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    Quote Originally Posted by MKEgal View Post
    Post this over in the "no need for a gun?" thread, if it isn't already.

    And I have to point out that this story is obviously fake.
    First off, robbery is illegal, so nobody would do it.
    Secondly, the employee said the robber had a gun concealed under his sweatshirt.
    We all know that's illegal in WI, so of course he didn't do that either. [/sarcasm]
    That is ok MKE, we need training frist??? And of course we cannot CC either??? Are the criminals requird to have traning and a back ground check?
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    Question Good what!!?

    Quote Originally Posted by theoicarry View Post
    That is ok MKE, we need training frist??? And of course we cannot CC either??? Are the criminals requird to have traning and a back ground check?
    Only if they want to be "good criminals"....
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    that brings me to my idea...no mandated training for EVERYONE...but, if youre arrested for commiting a crime with a firearm, you had better have had training or its an enhancement to you charges....

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    Yes, not a bad idea, but it's got a ton of pitfalls. We don't want to prevent the rural G-mom from pulling out her dad's WWII pistol and eliminating the threat of a perp crawling in the window, and do you really need training in that event? He's there halfway in the window with a gun in his waistband and she opens the drawer in the kitchen and says 'get out!'. He puts one foot down and she blasts him. Cut and dried. (as in she skins him and makes jerky. )

    Then what is the best training? Pertinent laws? Operation of the equipment? Range work (for a 3-5ft shoot, c'mon)? The four rules (safety).

    You can't get everyone to a class though most have the 'Net (even grannies in the Ozarks?)

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    we all no the only good criminal is a de_d criminal Pat can i buy an A please
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