25 Apr 2015

This Is EXACTLY Why Ten Rounds of Ammunition Is NOT ENOUGH!

There has been gun control legislation in state after state and even proposed at the federal level to limit the number of cartridges allowed in a magazine.
Some have suggested 10 is the limit and others have suggested even less.
Of course, these are people who do not have the power of E.S.P. to actually know how many rounds a law-abiding citizen may need to protect themselves; especially since criminals would continue to have magazines above the limit because they don’t obey the laws.

A prime case follows in Fort Worth, Texas. 
An armed man was shot and killed by a Fort Worth officer early Wednesday after he exchanged fire with another man and then with police, authorities say.
Fort Worth police responded to a shots fired call shortly after 2 a.m. Wednesday at a home in the 200 block of North Retta Street. The victim told police he confronted an armed intruder in his home and was shot in the hand before running out the front door.
“There was a very large active gunfight,” police Sgt. Steve Enright said Wednesday.
Police say the intruder walked out a back entrance and circled around to the front, where he again opened fire on the other man and officers who had arrived at the scene. An unnamed officer returned fire, fatally wounding the intruder. Dozens of bullet casings were strewn around the neighborhood, just northeast of downtown.
The resident and home invader engaged in a running gunfight that spilled out of the home as the homeowner retreated and the criminal, serial felon Reginald McGregor, pursued him around the home. Two Fort Worth officers arriving to the scene of the home invasion engaged McGregor, killing him.
The simple fact of the matter is that an average human being in a high stress situation does not typically have the training or ability to place accurate rounds on a moving target. Police average a hit rate of less than 20% when they are forced to use their handguns in the line of duty. That <20% hit rate doesn’t even mean officers hit the target where they were aiming, either; officers typically hit suspects outside the “center of available mass” target at which they were trained to aim.
What if there are 3 armed men or simply men trying to attack you and they continue attacking even though they know you are armed?

These bureaucrats and gun control extremists cannot account for every scenario and by claiming law-abiding citizens who seek to protect themselves only need X amount of rounds, they are truly just making it up as they go along.
They are once again enabling criminals while creating more victims because of their ignorance.
No one will ever be able to say how many rounds a person needs when protecting themselves because every scenario is different.
To create laws that dictate this number is not only draconian but as usual only hurts law-abiding citizens and their families.

2 comments:

  1. "the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."

    Restraining my ammunition capacity is INFRINGING on my gun rights! UNCONSTITUTIONAL!

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  2. Stop listening to these mentally ill people, I mean if you knew someone was really crazy, would you ask them for advise............... ha ha ha ha ha hell no!

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