..Steve switched off his old Toyota engine. It was his grandfather’s yellow Hilux with lots of rust on it. The inside was not cleaned for a while. Steve didn’t bother to look after the truck. This truck was nothing but a reminder of his childhood.
Steve has checked his gun holster on the right side of his hip and walked out of the car. Before closing the drivers door, he fixed his jacket on top of the holster, so the old Ruger wouldn’t be visible to the public..
1 Commandment – If You Choose to Carry, Always Carry As Much As Is Possible
Always expect criminals to use their guns. They got nothing to loose, you have. Be always prepared.
2 Commandment – Don’t Carry A Gun If You Aren’t Prepared To Use It
Prepare yourself all the time. Go to the shooting range, book some courses, speak to the people. Communication is number one. Once you are mentally prepared, the rest is at the shooting ranges. Get the tactical training.
3 Commandment – Don’t Let The Gun Make You Reckless
Prepare and act accordingly. Don’t be obsessed and forget about it, but remember when you need to use it.
4 Commandment – Carry Legally
Get the permit or move where you can get one. Don’t walk around with the gun without a license and wait until police comes knocking on your door.
5 Commandment – Know What You’re Doing
Gun fights are happened in seconds. Lawsuits in years. Think.
6 Commandment – Concealed Means Concealed
Conceal wisely. Don’t let the idiots to call the police and pretend that they are victims. Be like Steve.
7 Commandment – Maximize Your Firearms Familiarity
Practice, practice, practice.
8 Commandment – Understand The Fine Points
Study the law wherever you are.
9 Commandment – Carry an Adequate Firearm
.22 is only to make a hit. Carry .38 Special, 9mm, .45ACP or something similar.
10 Commandment – Use Common Sense
Common sense – encompassing ethics and logic and law alike – must be your constant guide and companion when you carry a gun. When you carry a gun, you literally carry the power of life and death. It is a power that belongs only in the hands of responsible people who care about consequences, and who are respectful of life and limb and human safety, that of others as well as their own.