Finally the voice of wisdom and experience creeps into the conversation. Mr. Rhodes "A gun in the hand of the untrained is more dangerous than being robbed" Thank You Sir.
Lets imagine that robber approaches Mr Headstrong an pulls a gun and says give me the money. Mr. H. goes for his tool? and robber shoots him. Mr. H. now wounded tries to defend himself and fires back but misses and the little girl at the candy counter takes the bullet and is dead! Robber flees. Mr. H is taken to hospital where he dies in three days. Question for Mr. Agil, do you pay the hospital bill,do you take care of Mr.H family and how about his funeral. Also do you have insurance to cover your business since you armed Mr. H and ordered him to protect your pot of gold. My guess is that Mom and Dad of little girl just got the keys to your curb market.
Most policemen never encounter face to face gun to gun situations. When these rare moments occur there is most often questions about how they handled themselves and these are highly trained professionals. Its is madness to support this activity from store clerks.
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