Protector

Columbia, TN

#1 Sep 19, 2013
Question: would those who have carry permits agree to posting a sticker on their car to indicate that? This has to do with two guys who were involved in a road rage incident. One pulled into a parking lot and the tailgater followed suit. Both carrying most likely thought they were protected, but neither knew the other also carried. Both drew their weapons and both died from their wounds. Had the tailgater saw the other carried, would he have just drove on instead of confronting?

So, should those with carry permits be forced by law to establish that fact with a special sticker?
Not sure if serious

Columbia, TN

#2 Sep 19, 2013
Protector wrote:
Question: would those who have carry permits agree to posting a sticker on their car to indicate that? This has to do with two guys who were involved in a road rage incident. One pulled into a parking lot and the tailgater followed suit. Both carrying most likely thought they were protected, but neither knew the other also carried. Both drew their weapons and both died from their wounds. Had the tailgater saw the other carried, would he have just drove on instead of confronting?
So, should those with carry permits be forced by law to establish that fact with a special sticker?
As long as no bystanders were hurt it sounds like things worked out perfectly as is. Give both these gentlemen a Darwin Award.
Protector

Columbia, TN

#3 Sep 19, 2013
Not sure if serious wrote:
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As long as no bystanders were hurt it sounds like things worked out perfectly as is. Give both these gentlemen a Darwin Award.
LOL, I don't disagree with that, but still... not an answer to my question.
I carry

Chapel Hill, TN

#4 Sep 19, 2013
Nope because if it's posted for the public to see that only opens you up to all the thugs to break in your car/truck while at work,shopping ect.
Protector

Columbia, TN

#5 Sep 19, 2013
I carry wrote:
Nope because if it's posted for the public to see that only opens you up to all the thugs to break in your car/truck while at work,shopping ect.
Good point. I wasn't trying to say my idea was the answer. I am open minded. What about requiring secured lock boxes in the vehicle, just like they do at home. Of course it's not a law in a home...

Here is the story I refer too.

wzzm13.com/news/article/268289/14/Witnesses-E...
I carry

Chapel Hill, TN

#10 Sep 19, 2013
Nope because if a thug wants to car jack me I want to be able to protect my family/myself
hey now

Lewisburg, TN

#11 Sep 19, 2013
Only if those who are not armed are willing to broadcast it to the world
nunya

Lewisburg, TN

#12 Sep 19, 2013
It is no ones business who has a carry permit.
For the most part, those of us with permits are less likely to be stupid with our weapons.
It happens, sure, but I have taken classes, been taught the laws and how to properly use my weapon IF my life depends on it.
MOST guns crimes are committed by people who don't have the time and training.
There is no need to single out someone who legally carries a gun.
This topic keeps coming up and I think it is foolish to waste time on it.
I carry most of the time and have never had to use it, I have been pulled over for speeding and the police have never seemed bothered or even seemed to care that I had a gun.
Why would I want to advertise that I carry?
Do you run around telling everyone that you DON'T have a gun?
I DON'T run around telling everyone that I DO.
I have a right to my privacy also.
Nop

Columbia, TN

#13 Sep 20, 2013
Nobody will know im carrying my gun untill they give me a reason to send them to hell. Some people just need killing.
curt denton

Columbia, TN

#15 Sep 20, 2013
Protector wrote:
Question: would those who have carry permits agree to posting a sticker on their car to indicate that? This has to do with two guys who were involved in a road rage incident. One pulled into a parking lot and the tailgater followed suit. Both carrying most likely thought they were protected, but neither knew the other also carried. Both drew their weapons and both died from their wounds. Had the tailgater saw the other carried, would he have just drove on instead of confronting?
So, should those with carry permits be forced by law to establish that fact with a special sticker?
This is one stupid idea. Maybe you should put an idiot sticker on yur car. lol.
permit holder

Columbia, TN

#17 Oct 4, 2013
Protector wrote:
Question: would those who have carry permits agree to posting a sticker on their car to indicate that? This has to do with two guys who were involved in a road rage incident. One pulled into a parking lot and the tailgater followed suit. Both carrying most likely thought they were protected, but neither knew the other also carried. Both drew their weapons and both died from their wounds. Had the tailgater saw the other carried, would he have just drove on instead of confronting?
So, should those with carry permits be forced by law to establish that fact with a special sticker?
If you remember tennessee passed a law to keep permit holder information private to everyone. So that means no sticker or anything, That was just a case of 2 idiots. If you had taken a HCP course you would understand thats not how a permit holder would react. 65% of Marshal County has a HCP if not more.

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