treadlightly wrote:As far as lookouts, there is a quote about velociraptors in Jurassic Park that comes to mind, "And that's when the attack comes. Not from the front, but from the side, from the other two raptors you didn't even know were there."
Raptors and people, both dangers to be respected when they pack hunt.
mojo84 wrote:One of the reasons I contend it's a bad idea to unload your gun on the person you are engaging. Nothing worse than eliminating one threat and realizing you have other threats and an empty mag.
WRG wrote:This comes from a person who often carries a .380, but this is probably a good argument for carrying a larger caliber. The larger caliber should stop the threat in fewer shots leaving you more rounds for the look out. Just thinking out loud.
Carry the largest caliber (and/or highest capacity) with which you're competent if
you can, yes - often it's a trade-off, but awareness above all else is still king.
Remember Kitty Genovese
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