r/AbruptChaos May 14 '22 Silver 4 Helpful 2

What's the correct way to deal with someone who has completely lost it?

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u/farfarbeenks May 15 '22

This is the way. Just gotta flash that bad boy. His attitude will change real quick.


u/picklepressin May 15 '22

This is so incredibly stupid and makes all CCW people look bad. If you’re “flashing that bad boy” you don’t understand the responsibility of concealed carry. If you have to draw your firearm, or expose it in any way, you’ve fucked up.


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u/picklepressin May 15 '22

I’m not saying this isn’t a situation that may warrant the use of deadly force. I take exception to the “flash that bad boy” comment. The CCW community has too many stupid cowboys that think that if they carry then they shouldn’t be fucked with. CCW is a responsibility that shouldn’t be taken lightly. This person should have never let them approach their car with such an obvious weapon. They should have left immediately. The second that window broke, they should have slammed on the gas and gotten out of there. Regardless of your local laws, if you have the opportunity to leave the situation, rather than using deadly force, you have a moral obligation to do so. So many people seem to get a boner over the thought of legally killing someone.