Don’t expect me to protect you and your family.
As a licensed concealed carrier I’m going to act in my best interests. My Ohio concealed carry license doesn’t make me a law enforcement officer, a double-o agent or Jack Bauer. The license simply gives me the right to carry a concealed handgun in public. And it is my right to choose to carry and my right to choose to use it in self-defense.
If a mad gunman begins shooting in the area that I’m in, my first thought is to determine if I can safely escape. If I can hit the door without being shot, I’m better off going home safe. But if I’m in the front row to the attack and escaping isn’t an option, then yes, I will have to defend myself, that is, I will defend myself until I can escape.
Am I a coward or a wimp?
My logic is simply this. All of the adults in that area had the choice that day to either carry a firearm for self-defense or to not carry a concealed firearm. If you “forgot” your gun that day, then you chose not to carry that day. If you don’t have a license yet, then you chose not to carry that day. If you chose not to go through the Ohio concealed carry training and not to get the CCW license, or simply just not to carry that day, then you have to live with the consequences of your decision.
If you leave your home and realize that you left your cellphone or wallet at home, don’t you go out of your way to turn around and retrieve this forgotten item? What about your concealed handgun? Do you turn around or do you think to yourself, “Well, I probably won’t need it anyways”.
If you don’t have a concealed carry license yet, then make this the day that you chose to sign up to take the training. If you already took the concealed carry training, then make this the day that you schedule your appointment with the sheriff’s office. If you have the CCW license but you don’t have the gear to carry yet, then go today and buy it or order it. If you already have everything that you need, then make today the day that you start to routinely carry. Your pistol should be on your mental checklist of what you need before walking out the door.
Chose TODAY to not be a victim. Be the protector of yourself and your family.
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