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Giveaway: Win “Concealed Carry 2nd Edition”

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In yesterday’s blog post, you got a look inside Massad Ayoob’s new book, Gun Digest Book of Concealed Carry 2nd Edition. Here’s your chance to win a copy.

Gun Digest Book of Concealed Carry 2nd Edition hits bookstore shelves within days, but this week we’re giving away a copy to one lucky winner.

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To enter the random drawing, just post a comment below answering the following question: Have you ever had to draw your gun in self defense? Or has it remained in its holster, and you hope it stays that way?  As always, you can also just say you’d like to win the book.

Entries will be accepted until midnight Tuesday (Sept. 18, 2012) and we’ll announce the winner Wednesday (Sept. 19). Good luck!

GIVEAWAY RULES
One entry per person, please.
Entries accepted until 11:59 pm Central Time Tuesday, September 18, 2012.
Winner will be selected at random and announced Wednesday, September 19, 2012.

Official Rules

321 thoughts on “Giveaway: Win “Concealed Carry 2nd Edition”

  1. Doc Duff

    In (7) Seven years in Law Enforcement I have had to pull my weapon only once, Did not have to use it thank God!
    I am now Medically retired but still carry and I hope I will never have to pull it on another person again!

  2. objectifier

    I have only pulled a gun out once and on two other occasions as soon as the other party realized I had a gun the encounter was over. I was working at night and had to make night deposits and this bank was set up where you had to get out of the card and walk a few steps to the night deposit which was next to to the ATMs.

    The one where I actually drew my gun was someone who came in my office late in the evening. He was bigger than me and talking trash, I figured that one of the employees put him up to it. He saw the laser flashing under the barrel, looked down and saw the flashing red dot on his chest. The individual stopped and backed out of my office.

    The employer I had at the time required that the dispatchers be armed. This was a delivery service and the biggest worry was being robbed by their own employees. I never had that problem but then again it was made clear to employees that the dispatchers were armed.

    I never called the police on any of these because the problem had been averted and I didn’t want to spend hours talking to the police while they second guessed my actions.

    BTW, I consider these the preferred way for guns to function, the presence of the gun ended the encounter without injury to me or them.

    I was very glad though when I found another job so that wasn’t an issue anymore.

  3. freddiemerc

    I have not had to draw my firearm, however, my wife has twice. Furthest I’ve had to go was unsnapping when I was being followed on foot. I pray we never have to use our firearms in self-defense. I would also like to add this book to my collection of read books.

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