Dec 6, 2012
This afternoon I take a short detour from guns, and talk about making the decision to act when confronted with an emergency. Many people either don’t think about what they would do in an emergency, or don’t have the testicular fortitude to act, so they freeze up when something does happen. A prime example of this was last week in New York City, when a man fell off of a subway platform, and instead of offering help, a man took pictures of the situation until the other man was killed by the train.
I also talk about my first impressions of my new Becker BK2 knife, my plans for an AR-15 for competition, and a lady who shot herself in the head.
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