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Old 10-03-2009
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I decided to start this thread after I read about what happened to one of our members. Hope we can share our experiences and ideas. No one should ever have to live in fear.

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No one should have to live in fear. Period. That I’m sure, we can all agree on. Since joining this forum, I have read far too many posts about acts of violence towards transgendered individuals or their admirers. While I truly believe our society has become more tolerant regarding race and gender, the harsh reality is that not everyone is so nice and accepting. This was not an easy post for me to write. But after learning about what some of you have had to deal with (most recently our member who was assaulted--by several attackers) I felt I had to.

You are a good person. You are open-minded and very tolerant of others. You probably don’t go around picking fights with others and you would like to live your own life in peace. You probably have friends who are just like you. You and your friends would never ever think of harming anyone. Some of you probably don’t even like watching violent movies. Unfortunately, as we have all-too-often experienced with hate crimes, there are those individuals who because of “racial” or “anti-gay” or “gender” prejudice want to hurt you for no other reason than who you are… In a perfect world, these scum wouldn’t even exist. But the world we live in is not perfect. You do not want to become a victim. Nor should you have to live your life in fear from anybody. Ever. From a practical perspective, what can you do about it?

For starters, I think taking a “self defense” class or studying Karate or some other martial art is a good idea. Find a class or instructor nearby--and make sure you are comfortable with the “style” and method of teaching. You don’t have to become a “Black Belt” either--knowing a few simple but effective techniques is fine. You should practice these basic “moves” over and over until you are sure you can use them against someone. This can even be fun to do with friends--just don’t get too carried away! Also, don’t worry that you are not Jet Li or Chuck Norris or “Trinity” in “The Matrix.” That stuff is better left in the movies anyway. Working out regularly and being in shape is good too. Attackers are less likely to choose someone who walks and acts confidently. If you are in a group, that will further lessen the chances that you will become a victim. You’re probably thinking: that’s easy for me to say since I’m a pretty big guy. But what if you are like 5’5” and 120? And alone? Despite what you see on TV and in movies--there are times when even having a Black Belt isn’t going to do much good against someone who is bigger and stronger or when you are dealing with multiple attackers (which seems to be the “pattern” of many hate crimes).

Which brings us to the most difficult and controversial question regarding self-defense. Should you buy a gun? That is not an easy question to answer. Speaking totally for myself, I am politically somewhat liberal (at least on “social justice” issues--I am a champion of individual rights and freedoms) as are probably many people on this forum. The “second amendment” in the United States gives us the “right to keep and bear arms.” Not everyone agrees with this. Almost all of my colleagues at my university are opposed to anyone owning a handgun. You may be opposed to even the idea of carrying a handgun. If so, you may want to leave it at learning Karate. Nothing wrong with that! My own upbringing included learning about firearms. My dad was a Korean War veteran and two of my uncles served in Vietnam--and were hunters. Yes, I own a handgun (a SIG P229 .40 caliber for anyone who cares or knows about this stuff) and have a permit to carry. Sometimes I do carry. Should you?

First of all you must realize that we are talking about potentially taking the life of another. Are you prepared to do that? Have you ever thought about it? Would you be able to “pull the trigger” on someone? Realistically, most of us (including me) unless we have been in military combat or law enforcement, can’t honestly answer that question until the moment. But you must at least consider the consequences. Shooting a gun isn’t as it appears on TV. Guns are loud (very loud--I was watching “Die Hard 3” the other day where Bruce Willis takes out like five guys in an elevator--his ears would be ringing for weeks), they kick, they are complex to operate (especially automatics), and require (like anything else) training and practice to master. They also, if you don’t know what you are doing, can be as dangerous to yourself as to your opponent! Finally, there are strict laws governing the ownership and carrying of handguns. Believe me, you don’t want to shoot yourself or get “busted”! Look up “Plaxico Burress” for more information on this. Check the laws where you live before you purchase a gun. If you are going to carry it--get a permit. There is also the question of what happens after you have shot someone in self defense. Be prepared to be questioned by the police, maybe even taken in for questioning--assuming your gun was “legal”--otherwise you will most likely be arrested and facing prosecution and maybe jail time. And this last part is the most difficult and perhaps the most serious issue--assuming you have had to use your gun, you have now killed or seriously wounded someone in self-defense… you have to ask yourself if that is something you will be able to live with for the rest of your life.

If you can get all of the above straight in your head… next, you need to choose a handgun that is right for you. My advice is to go to a reputable dealer--one that also has a range and offers instruction--and try several models out--don’t be shy about it! Also don’t be afraid to admit you don’t know anything or that you have never even shot a gun before. There is a first time for everything. This is also a time to check your own head out--does even holding a gun bother you? Do you hold it like you would rather not even be touching it? If so, then maybe this is not the time. If you are OK with it, then my advice for what it’s worth is: 1) Forget anything you have seen in the movies--Clint Eastwood’s .44 Magnum or Arnold’s .45 Long Slide “with laser sighting”--are not for you. 2) Calibers worth considering include: 9mm, .38 Special, or possibly even a .40 automatic. 3) A .22, .25, or .32 can kill but doesn’t have much “stopping power”--shoot someone with a .22 and they will die--after they have taken you out. 4) Make sure the gun “feels” good in your hand--remember it will kick and you want to be able to deal with that. You can always get “custom” grips to fit your hand. I recommend it. 5) Try a few different models out if you can--if you have never shot a gun before--now is the time! Make sure you have your hearing protectors and glasses on. You might be nervous at first but you will find you can do it. I am also assuming you will receive qualified instruction at a range. This is not “backyard practice” time. You can get in lots of trouble firing a gun within city limits most places and what if you shoot someone by accident? 6) Some of the “big names” like Colt, S&W, Beretta, SIG, etc. are very expensive. There is a company called Taurus that makes good quality firearms and has models similar to the others--for a lot less. Don’t buy a cheap “Saturday Night Special”--you want it to be reliable--and legal! 7) Sign up for a course and learn to shoot--they will also teach you about gun safety and how to work your particular model, i.e. loading and unloading, cocking, safeties, aiming, etc. I can’t stress this last point enough--some automatics are complex--remember, you want to be able to carry this thing easily and inconspicuously, and draw it without searching around for it in your purse or bag or catching it on your clothes. If you ever have to draw on someone for real, it won’t be like on TV, and it won’t be like at the range. It will be dark, you will be scared (hey that’s OK--I would be too!), you might be tired or have had a couple of drinks, and now is not the time to be wondering where you put the damn thing or how to aim and shoot.

Finally, I want to emphasize that you stay “legal.” Also practice, practice, and practice some more. And don’t let the fact that you are carrying a gun make you overconfident. Having a gun doesn’t instantly make you a “badass.” Don’t “wave it around,” or show it to everyone at the club and don’t suddenly start going into places you used to avoid. The reason you bought one is to possibly save your life. Never forget that. You are still the same sensible person you were before. You still want to avoid getting into a life-or-death situation if you can. But as we all know, sometimes it can’t be avoided. That’s what you will be prepared for.

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Really good post man! And you're totally right about this.

BTW what's your opinion on carrying guns for self defense?
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Well i never had any real hard lessons in street fighting, self defence
that is which is one of the reasons i carry a handgun.
i do have a license to carry a ( class A large capacity for All Lawful Purposes )
which means i can carry it any where execpt bank, post office, police station,
fire dept., anywhere else is fine. if i am approached or harassed in any way all i need to do is just reveal it, like pull it out then put it back that should
make them think twice, i only have just one handgun one is enough.
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Really good post man! And you're totally right about this.

BTW what's your opinion on carrying guns for self defense?
Hi there.

The problem with guns and those who carry them is, that first and foremost, shooting a target is very easy, shooting another human beeing is very hard, even shooting an animal is hard the first time when hunting.

If you are carying a gun, if you pull it out you have to be ready to use it, because most of the slime you will have to pull it out on know that a "normal" person will find it VERY hard to shoot someone.

Which brings me to the second thing, if you pull your gun and you back down you place yourself at even greater risk of getting hurt, and even beeing taken down and shot with your OWN gun.

And third it takes 2 of 3 things to shoot someone (for the first time anyway):

- Alot of stupidity, and disregard for human life.

- Alot of fear for your life and hatred of your opponent.

- And the ability to override your sence of wrong when you are about to squeeze the trigger.

It takes a realy disgusting person to kill someone for the only reason of wanting others to fear him, and such a person would deserve to be killed himself to prothect others from him, but doing so would place you in the same path as he was.

And killing someone is only the begining, you HAVE to live with it for the rest of your life, that and the fact that if he was part of a gang, the others will likely come after you, and then you have to kill them or they kill you, you have to remember that while they ARE cowards, they have been embolden by being part of the gang and the "safety in numbers" it generates, so they WILL come after you.

And the cops aren't much help either, they will treat you as a suspect, and even if they know that you acted in self defence, they cannot do anything to help because of A) They are afraid of the gangs, and B) They are out gunned by the gangs And C) The law is too soft and criminals are not rehabilitated, and the death penalty is alnost never envoqued, and when it is they get stay of execution, after stay of execution, which there should only be 1 or 2 permited afterwards, they would be dis-regarded.

So where are those super heroes when you need them?

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John makes some good points. I haven't had to pull my pistol on anyone, but if I had to, I would and I'd use it. My concealed carry instructor told us, "Deadly force must be used only as a last resort." and "This is the most important class you'll ever take. After today, you'll have the power of life and death in your hands and the responsibility not to use it."
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Oh yes
i forgot i do use pepper spray for defence also, i cannot use stunguns, the law says no way! stunguns are outlawed in our state.
strange law we have here on guns they are okey to have and stunguns are not,but with some people, pepper spray has no effect on them i herd
which is why i carry either one of them and both holstered.
if i have too i will just cross the street to avoid confrontations in the wee morning hours, but they are probably more afraid of me then i am of them
i worry more when they walk in groups too like 4 am in the morning going to work.
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My concealed carry instructor told us, "Deadly force must be used only as a last resort." and "This is the most important class you'll ever take. After today, you'll have the power of life and death in your hands and the responsibility not to use it."
Hopefully this point was obvious in my original post. But it is still worth repeating. The whole idea of having a gun is as a last resort to save your life.

Also, I'm glad to see that you carry responsibly and have had instruction.

Be safe out there!
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So where are those super heroes when you need them?
Well, that would be me. But you can't find a telephone booth to change in these days!

Seriously, one of my other main points was that if you have any moral or ethical issues with carrying or using a handgun--Don't do it! Learn some basic self defense "moves." Know your surroundings. Travel in groups. Keep your cell phone handy. etc.

We could discuss whether or not the world would be better off without guns but the fact is they are out there and are one option for self defense. Especially if one is small or outnumbered. Your attacker may likely have a gun. I believe that we all have the right to self defense. As I said "No one should have to live in fear. Period."

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Someone asked me for recommendations. Here are two:

The first is a "Smith & Wesson" Model 19 .357 Magnum. But you don't want to load it with "magnums" until you are a more experienced shooter. Try a ".38 Special" hollowpoint instead. Notice the grips.

The second is a "Beretta" Model 92 9mm. Again you can use hollowpoints for self-defense. I used to own one and taught my "ex" to shoot with it. FYI - she was about 5'5" and 125-130.

I couldn't help but include the last picture. Clint definitely has the "biggest"! LOL! Can you spot the "subliminal message"? It's even pointing straight UP!

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I got a 357 magnum just like the model 19 you posted and i would recommend
the model 19 too. i use 357 shotshells for defense. also another good gun
is a 380 auto its like the 9m/m too but smaller and lighter and hardly any kick its also like a ladies auto too.
if this gun is for a lady then i would recommend the glock 380 auto.

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Someone asked me for recommendations. Here are two:

The first is a "Smith & Wesson" Model 19 .357 Magnum. But you don't want to load it with "magnums" until you are a more experienced shooter. Try a ".38 Special" hollowpoint instead. Notice the grips.

The second is a "Beretta" Model 92 9mm. Again you can use hollowpoints for self-defense. I used to own one and taught my "ex" to shoot with it. FYI - she was about 5'5" and 125-130.

I couldn't help but include the last picture. Clint definitely has the "biggest"! LOL! Can you spot the "subliminal message"? It's even pointing straight UP!
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My sis and I each have a beretta 9mm. We went to the range the other day .I out shot her.What a sight we were.
But I carry my pepper spray more often than the gun,don't need some crazy taking it. sue b
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Really good post man! And you're totally right about this.
Thanks Icekiller! Glad you liked it. Yes. I think carrying a gun can be an effective means of self defense. Just remember to "stay legal," get training from a qualified instructor, handle your gun responsibly, and never forget that it should always be your "last resort."
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Knives also make for good defense weapons if you are unable to carry a firearm for what ever reason. The Democratic Peoples Republic of Kalifornia prohibits me from carrying a firearm on my person, so I carry cold steel. It is a blade I made from 5160 and 4140.
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I got a 357 magnum just like the model 19 you posted and i would recommend
the model 19 too. i use 357 shotshells for defense. also another good gun
is a 380 auto its like the 9m/m too but smaller and lighter and hardly any kick its also like a ladies auto too.
if this gun is for a lady then i would recommend the glock 380 auto.
DSL,

I went to S&W's site today and found that they quit making the "Model 19." There is a new Model "386" that has a seven shot cylinder. I've never fired one but it looks pretty good. See pic...

Bad news MSRP = $1,074!

Also like your suggestion of the .380. Good choice. You can get a Walther PPK in this caliber. "Bond, James Bond..."

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I strongly believe in the right to self defense. Luckily I've never been in a physical fight but I have been in situations where it could have led to one. I carry a knife for emergencies. While in the house, I carry a holstered Sig Sauer P230, in case of home invasion. My neighbor was robbed a month ago, which is when I started carrying it on me in the house. I've also had an incident with a local gang who did a drive-by on my house, denting my car some as well as my roommate's car. The drive-by was not targeting us but a man was killed as a result, this also happened about a month ago but this is a whole 'nother story. I live up the street from a gang and drug zone. The three of us (me and my roommates) are trying to find a place to move to but we get denied all the time so far, we're all transsexuals. Anyway, I carry that gun on me in the house. I do not own a carrying permit, so the gun doesn't leave the house. My car is also a weapon. I've placed ram bars on it. Scares and deters criminals and annoys the police. Works very well at deterring crime. Pic is my car.
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Great idea! I like it. The cops don't like it 'cause it looks like one of them but there's nothing they can do about it. I had a friend that had a white Crown Vic and he put bars on it just like yours. Heck, I'd slow down if I saw you!
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The Democratic Peoples Republic of Kalifornia prohibits me from carrying a firearm on my person, so I carry cold steel.
You think Governor "AH-nold" would have fixed that!

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Sounds cool. Can you post a pic of it?
Unfortunately, NO for both questions. California is way too "liberal" to let any legislation regarding lawful carry of firearms. The Governator has his hands tied with hippies and annoying soccer moms taking away individual rights "for the sake of the children".

Also all the pics were on my camera and it got lost.



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Thanks. Here's another...

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I own firearms because I want to. It is my right as an American citizen. Do I have a need for one? That should never be asked. Not the point, I have them because I want them. And if you think a .22 is no good , care to stand in front of me while I put a few in your face? I hunt for food and fun. Never had a problem killing deer or birds. I teach my sons to hunt too. I'm a bone collector love antlers. I'll stop for a road kill and take it's head. You should have seen the faces of all the big tough black guys I used to work with ( who always made fun of me) when I'd pull some rotten deer head out the side box on the truck and would cut it's antlers off. I told them I have no problem cutting the head off a rotten stinking deer carcass. I'll have even less problem cutting off your head your nice and fresh.
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I own firearms because I want to. It is my right as an American citizen. Do I have a need for one? That should never be asked. Not the point, I have them because I want them. And if you think a .22 is no good , care to stand in front of me while I put a few in your face? I hunt for food and fun. Never had a problem killing deer or birds. I teach my sons to hunt too. I'm a bone collector love antlers. I'll stop for a road kill and take it's head. You should have seen the faces of all the big tough black guys I used to work with ( who always made fun of me) when I'd pull some rotten deer head out the side box on the truck and would cut it's antlers off. I told them I have no problem cutting the head off a rotten stinking deer carcass. I'll have even less problem cutting off your head your nice and fresh.
What didn't you like about my post? I have a background in martial arts and was raised around firearms. I'm all for people standing up for their rights. No one should ever have to live in fear of anyone. I wrote it thinking it would help somebody--especially someone who never considered owning a gun or using one before--too many people become victims needlessly. I hope you realize I'm on YOUR side!

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I have to agree with Rachel; while my .22 might not have "stopping power", it can kill someone just as dead as anything else. The disadvantage of using a larger caliber is (according to the law in my state); if you shoot your attacker and the bullet drills through your attacker and strikes and/or kills someone else, then you're responsible for the other person.
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If you are OK with using a .22 that's fine. My own handgun training discussed "stopping power" and whether or not an attacker might still be able to come after you. The minimum recommended was a .380. Some of the modern .22 loads with hollow points can pack a pretty good punch too so if you are OK using that then that's what you should go with.

It looks like we are beginning to lose track of the intent of my original posting which was to encourage people to not be afraid to stand up and defend themselves. Also if they do decide to get a gun--to learn how to use it--safely. I have taught many people how to shoot and several people on this forum have told me they really liked my post.
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Your posts were ok but you missed several important points I feel. One thing I do feel stongly on is Should you buy a gun? The answer should have been YES if for no other reason then that you CAN. Your liberal friends would have us all as subjects to the Crown in a disarmed populace. Another thing you didnt emphasize is a survival attitude. It's them or me! Fuck consequence! And I'll tell you this... Anyone ever did to me or my family like what happened to the member beaten up by cops there would be some people sporting some extra holes in them. Whomever they were.
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My own feelings on the matter are much like yours actually--almost identical. Perhaps I should have been more forceful in my original post? Did you see what I own? That I have a license to carry. That I do carry. I also have a 12 ga Remington 870 if anyone should break into my home as well as an AR-15. My liberal friends and I disagree about this issue (as well as many others). I am most definitely NOT your typical academic. I was trying to "contrast" my own views with theirs--and obviously didn't do a very good job--at least in your eyes...
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I live in New York so unfortunately, I can't own an AR-15. I want to move to Florida, where it is warmer and because gun laws are pretty awesome.

On a sad note, regarding the need for self defense and weapons, my roommate just informed me that two of her friends were murdered yesterday, both of them transsexuals, by gun shot. They apparently were witnesses to a murder. Witness protection apparently failed or the police simply didn't care.
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I live in New York so unfortunately, I can't own an AR-15. I want to move to Florida, where it is warmer and because gun laws are pretty awesome.

On a sad note, regarding the need for self defense and weapons, my roommate just informed me that two of her friends were murdered yesterday, both of them transsexuals, by gun shot. They apparently were witnesses to a murder. Witness protection apparently failed or the police simply didn't care.
I'm sorry to hear that. It seems that New York, Maryland and California have the most draconian laws regarding firearms.
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Well i was listening to my police scanner yesterday afternoon
and i herd over the radio some guy got stabbed!, down the street from
where i live. it was so serious they rushed him to the hosiptal,
and 4 police cruisers there. which is one of the reasons why i pack
a handgun around here!... to top it off the local police dept. is just a half mile
away too.a guy at work had his bike stollen from him right out of his
apartment a brand new mongoose if that were my bike i
i told him i would have giving him my knight stick right up side of his head,
poor guy went out and got a new bike and he is unarmed.they will be more on the stabbing tonight on our local ch. 12 news.

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I live about 1/4 miles away from a drug and gang zone called "Yates Village" which is an apartment complex neighborhood. Everyday and I literally mean EVERYDAY, police, fire and EMS speed by my house to go there. Everyday there is a stabbing, on occasion a shooting. Fortunately they seem to keep the violence and BS within their own little complex section but there have been incidents of crime at my house. I live in a small apartment building. My neighbor's apartment was robbed. The only thing missing was a big flat screen TV. Not long after, a shooting occurred right in front of my apartment and WE (my roommates and me) are involved in the incident. I posted a Myspace blog about what was going on. It's a gang issue. A man was killed in a drive-by on my front steps.

Not to de-rail the thread but for anyone interested in the gang issue, which is somewhat on subject, here is the blog I wrote about the gang incident at my apartment, copy and pasted:

"I am caught in the middle of a gang war in my city, Schenectady, New York. A guy me and my roommates used to be friends with stole $600 and a gun from me and $178 from my roommate. He fled before we knew he robbed from us. He was staying the night and while we slept, he took the items and left. We called police a couple days later, when we first noticed the stuff missing and filed a report. A warrant for his arrest was served for Grand Larceny in the Third Degree, a Class D felony in New York State. Weeks later the dumbass has the nerve to call my roommate and admits to stealing the money but denies stealing the gun. He claimed that he stole my money so he could bail his mother out of jail or some shit. He was supposedly in South Carolina or Georgia. A week ago we find out the truth. In the middle of the night, the brother of the guy who robbed us comes banging on the door of our apartment, covered in blood. My roommates refuse to open the door and call police. A minute later five gunshots are fired from a passing car. Apparently he dies of his wounds later on. The drive-by shooting resulted in dings, dents and scratches on my car and on my roommate's car from bullet impacts. We didn't know anything about what was going on, who came to the door and why this happened until a few days later when two gang members came to the house while me and one of my roommates was out. My second roommate was home alone and like a fucking idiot, answered the door and talked with the two men. They said that the guy who was shot was the brother of the man who stole from me. Apparently the guy who robbed me never left Schenectady. He stole the money and gun for a gang initiation. His dumbass joined a gang (Bloods, Crips, etc I don't know or care) and his brother stole $1,000 from him. That is why he was shot and chased to our apartment and then killed from the drive-by. These gang members that came to house are looking for revenge for the drive-by and want to know where the guy who robbed me is. They knew that he used to be friends with us and frequently hung out at our apartment. That is why they came, looking to kill him. My roommate explained that he no longer is friends with us because he robbed me. Even after the explanation, the idiots threaten to kill us if we had anything to do with the shooting. I get back from shopping with my roommate and she explains about who came to the apartment, etc. She doesn't want to call the police. She fears they will come back. Apparently they were coming back anyway because they want to talk to me. I said if they come back, people are gonna die. Not long after, guess who calls my roommate again.... the guy who robbed us, wanting to know if anyone came to the house asking about him. I'm now armed at all times while in the apartment and installed a security camera outside the apartment. If anyone tries coming back to this apartment, a fire fight is going to break out and I will put that shit on YouTube, unedited. I am now hunting for the guy who robbed me and the moment I find him, will chase him down and arrest him under citizens arrest laws. I couldn't actually care less about justice. I want my $600 back. So here I am now, in the middle of a gang war. Both sides have made threats or are threatening in nature toward me and my roommates. Police are useless because of their response time (about 45 minutes). Police are aware of the drive-by incident and are aware of the robbery incident. There is nothing else they can do. So at this point, I sit at home with a gun in a holster, on my waist, waiting for someone to try and fuck with me. Oh and what makes this worse is that gang members are typically not fond of transsexuals.

August 30 Update: The guy I am now hunting to get my money back has joined a variation of the Bloods. Apparently their color is yellow. They are from New York City. I didn't know what gang he joined but now I know. Bloods variant. I hate the Bloods. I've had previous problems with them when I used to live in Newburgh, New York. That issue didn't last too long and wasn't as severe as the current crisis. Today my roommate was driving home from the store and spotted the guy I was looking for. He saw her as well and fled into his house. I know where he lives now. I'm deciding on what I should do. If I was to call police, they can check out the house but without a warrant to search, they can't enter. He does have a felony warrant for his arrest though. Both of my roommates now fear an imminent attack because of the random run-in of my roommate and the guy. This is it. D-Day is closing in.

Additional Note: I previously stated that the guy I am hunting shot his brother because the brother stole $1,000 from the gang. This is not true. Apparently the guy I am hunting was required to both steal cash (he stole from me) and had to shoot his own brother, to get initiation into the gang. The murder and robbery was a gang initiation."


That's my blog. I am no longer hunting for the guy but the situation still exists. I carry a knife in my purse while out of the house. My car is a weapon as well as the high powered pellet rifle in the trunk of the car which can and will kill if shot in the right place. While in the house, I have a gun holstered on my waist. I also plan on buying pepper spray for my purse.

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Well Little Miss Pixie you struck a nerve with me. Unladylike? Hmm I thought we were talking life or death decisions here? And I thought you were talking about me head hunting road kills lol! And by the way Subjects of the Crown is a Revolutionary war era saying. And then you insulted all us Northerners by calling us Yankees. Be glad you live where you do. Here in New Germany( New Jersey) it's practically impossible to get a CCW permit unless you are very connected. I still carry occasionally though. I'd rather be judged by 12 then carried by six.
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Nah , all you kids are know- it- alls LOL. I should know I have 2 teenagers. And I supervise two 22 year olds at work. You still fighting the Civil War? WTF was with the Yankee remark? Apparently you have never met any of us Jersey Girls. I'm sorry we arent the polite Southern belles like you. I grew up in North Jersey in the city. Ran the streets before you were even a twinkle in your daddies eye kid. Been in more fights then you could imagine. And still have a pretty face at 44 years old. Wanna know one of my secrets honey? Brass knuckles. They never expect a punch in the face they see an open hand.
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Having lived in many dangerous areas in the US and abroad I have to say the best weapon is a sharp mind. First stay out of a potentially dangerous situations.

Second in close quarters the best weapon is one that can be deployed quickly and with the element of surprise. For most woman I think that mace or pepper spray is the best option. It is small, you can discreetly and non-threateningly hold it in your hand, and no real aim is required. It fits nicely even in a small purse or boot.

Remember almost all attackers just need to be slowed down or even surprised for you to make a successful escape.

For in home defense a gun is good but act responsibly and keep it locked at all times especially if you have kids or are visited by children. Again most of the time you will never need to discharge your weapon just showing it will do the trick.

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well if your talking to me also just letting you know, i just moved here
2 months ago lol thought it would have been a quieter place but i didn't think so. well its not that bad around here now just that one stabbing
down the street but what was scary about it tho it happend 10 minutes
after i was walking up the hill to go home, and the guy who was stabbed was the same age as me 49.

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If you're referring to me, we are trying to move but we are repeatedly denied housing everytime we go to look at an apartment or house. That or the rent is just too expensive. Anything cheap happens to be in equally or more dangerous places than we currently live in.

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Why don't you move?
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Originally I am from Michigan as many of you know but I currently live in Indianapolis. If you live in the mid-west you have probably seen this guy on TV. He's actually pretty cool and drives a Corvette. This is where I have bought most of my "hardware" and usually practice. You can take anything up to a .44 Magnum in there. Yes, that's a .50 cal in the picture. They have those too if you want!

I teach mostly at the IUPUI (Indiana University/Purdue University at Indianapolis) campus downtown and also at Bloomington. Indiana has some of the least stringent gun laws in the USA. I could go out and buy a pistol today and bring it home. I have a "lifetime" permit to carry as well. The only major "restrictions" involve "riverboat casinos" and "commercial aircraft." I am quite sure (not 100%) that you can own "fully automatic" weapons as well here.

Down in southern Indiana there a lot of places to shoot. Also great places to ride... Look me up if you are ever this way.

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I want a Barrett M82. I heard they aren't that expensive. I saw one for about $9,000. What would be awesome to own is the Tavor TAR21. I love it.
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I feel I must say this to all on the Forum. I did get all bitchy with our new member Pixie and we had some harsh words posted towards each other. I did chat with her in private and I apologized and we kissed and made up. And yes Pixie, fear for your sanity as you get older! lol I'm a cranky, old ,fat bitch sometimes.
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Got to thinking about owning a machine gun in Indiana and couldn't find anything definitive. It looks like it is up to the Feds. My understanding is if you pay the tax--and register with the ATF as a dealer you can have a "Class III" weapon. Does anyone know more about this? As for our own "state" gun laws. They are lenient compared to the rest of the United States:

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If the check comes back void of felonies and misdemeanor crime convictions and shows the applicant to be mentally stable with no involuntary commitment into the mental health system and no chronic abuse of drugs or alcohol, that person can buy a potentially deadly weapon.

Indiana has no limitations on the sale or possession of military-style semiautomatic assault weapons, no requirement for handgun purchasers to give fingerprints, no license or permit required to buy handguns, and no one-handgun-per-month limit on sales.

Hoosiers aren't required to report any lost or stolen guns to law enforcement, their guns needn't be registered with law enforcement and there's no waiting period on gun sales. The permit is for people who want to carry or use their guns outside their homes, but it's not necessary to possess a permit to purchase a gun. What's more, gun purchasers are not required to go through any training or testing, and gun dealers aren't forced to offer them.

California, by comparison, goes the other way in almost all categories with the toughest gun laws in the nation, earning 79 of 100 points to score first overall on the Brady scorecard."
I looked at my own license and it does mention the "riverboat restriction." That falls under the Indiana Gaming Commission. Riverboat gambling is huge in Indiana (Ohio River and Lake Michigan). It also says my "lifetime license" can be revoked if I do not remain a "proper person." LOL!

"Angry Postman"... I had to go check out some of that stuff on the Internet. Were (are) you in the military?

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Well the guns i have fired were.

colt 45 auto.
ruger mini 14 stainless full auto. awesome
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYHyE...eature=related

S&W 44 magnum,
S&W 357 magnum
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"Angry Postman"... I had to go check out some of that stuff on the Internet. Were (are) you in the military?
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The other side of me.... 44mag. Ruger Super RedHawk (Why have to shoot twice to finish the job!) with a Crimson Trace Lazar sight grip (Shooting in the dark can be fun!) in a holster hung by your bed w/speed loader on alarm clock is very good home security!!! Also great to hunt deer with. (1.5 to 4x Burris Scope on it too reach out and touch someone you don't love)
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I am tempted to quote the movie "Shoot'em up" with Clive Owens...



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