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    Self Defense Night Stand

    Richard H. King
    Providence PCA
    Lubbock, Texas
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    So much simpler/safer to have a GUN.
    Rev. Bruce G. Buchanan
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    I think a criminal would have a belly laugh prior to grabbing the bat from your hand and beating you with it.
    :detective:
    Travis Speegle
    Redeemer Presbyterian, PCA (Waco, Tx)
    Pacific Cross Roads, PCA (Los Angeles, CA)


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    Oh I already got the guns.

    I just want something to go all Gladiator on him first. But you are right. It would be hard to stop laughing myself.
    Richard H. King
    Providence PCA
    Lubbock, Texas
    You know what my main problem is? I start things but rarely finish anyth...

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    I especially admire the shield. Wasn't this already addressed 500 years ago when firearms really came into their own? If I was a criminal, I'd be laughing too.
    Scott - Dallas, Texas - Faith OPC

    "It is not what a lawyer tells me I may do; but what humanity, reason, and justice tell me I ought to do." - Edmund Burke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theoretical View Post
    I especially admire the shield. Wasn't this already addressed 500 years ago when firearms really came into their own? If I was a criminal, I'd be laughing too.
    That's the best time to shoot him!
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    John Hill
    Faith Community - Woodstock, Ga
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    Quote Originally Posted by No Longer A Libertine View Post
    I think a criminal would have a belly laugh prior to grabbing the bat from your hand and beating you with it.
    I agree! Not to mention, by the time you actually took the tray off and armed yourself with the bat, the criminal would more than likely already have done some damage.

    I taught a Rape Aggression Defense class a few years back. While weapons are not discouraged, it is ultimately better to know how to defend yourself without a bat or a gun. Both can be taken from you and then what are you left with.......If its a burglary, you just lost the table you dished out some nice money for and more than likely won't have the money to replace it.
    Sonya
    PCA, Northern VA

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