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    Head on a swivel:

    In light of the Paris attacks, keep your head on a swivel when at any public gatherings or events. I'm no expert, just a few things off of the top of my limited knowledge head. I'm sure others can add to the list.

    1. Know where all the exits or routes of egress are. Scout the area beforehand if you can and take mental notes of the layout.

    2. Know where everyone in your group is at all times.

    3. Keep a good flashlight (preferably two) on your person. These can be bought at Walmart and such places. With the technology today, you don't need to spend a hundred bucks to get a good one anymore. I bought a really nice one with a pocket clip from wally world for 14 dollars.

    4. You can use just about anything (belt, straps, scarves) to make a tourniquet, but use the victims own stuff first.

    5. Have a good cell phone, and give good descriptions to emergency personnel of what is going on around you.







    "L E X - T A L I O N I S"

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    Originally posted by Talon View Post
    In light of the Paris attacks, keep your head on a swivel when at any public gatherings or events. I'm no expert, just a few things off of the top of my limited knowledge head. I'm sure others can add to the list.

    1. Know where all the exits or routes of egress are. Scout the area beforehand if you can and take mental notes of the layout.

    2. Know where everyone in your group is at all times.

    3. Keep a good flashlight (preferably two) on your person. These can be bought at Walmart and such places. With the technology today, you don't need to spend a hundred bucks to get a good one anymore. I bought a really nice one with a pocket clip from wally world for 14 dollars.

    4. You can use just about anything (belt, straps, scarves) to make a tourniquet, but use the victims own stuff first.

    5. Have a good cell phone, and give good descriptions to emergency personnel of what is going on around you.






    You forgot to mention a shooty shooty bang bang device.
    This sig didn't cost me any money.

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      #3
      And don't forget a towel!! Also maybe always carry your weapon on you at all times.

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        #4
        I left the firearms thing out on purpose, since some folks don't or can't carry for a variety of reasons. If you can, then by all means, DO.
        "L E X - T A L I O N I S"

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          #5
          I like the idea of the towel, it's very versatile! Scarf, handkerchief, anything along those lines to help stop bleeding.

          Originally posted by rab View Post
          And don't forget a towel!! Also maybe always carry your weapon on you at all times.
          "L E X - T A L I O N I S"

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            #6
            If you cannot or will not carry a pistol, then I hear Europe is lovely this time of year. The will to survive is most important, second to that is the ability to project that will in a violent and precise manner as many times as possible.

            Criminals and sissies are the two kinds that come to mind, America seems to be overrun by both.

            This we'll defend
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              #7
              I think the terrorists haven't thought this through. France is highly unlikely to remove their ban on full veiling now.

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                #8
                Originally posted by rab View Post
                And don't forget a towel!! Also maybe always carry your weapon on you at all times.
                I lol'ed, reason is I was attacked by some punk ass with a knife years ago and took him down using...a towel.
                ~" If you suck ass long enough, pretty soon you start choking on shit."~

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Crow View Post

                  I lol'ed, reason is I was attacked by some punk ass with a knife years ago and took him down using...a towel.
                  I can believe it. Gov. Andrew Cuomo is now expressing interest in placing a ban on deadly assault towels.

                  It's about the kids and the cops. We have had enough cop killings by towel.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Harvey_Wideshaft View Post

                    I can believe it. Gov. Andrew Cuomo is now expressing interest in placing a ban on deadly assault towels.

                    It's about the kids and the cops. We have had enough cop killings by towel.
                    They are focusing on limiting the size of the towel. No one needs a large capacity "beach-type" towel. Small registered hand towels are all anyone can reasonably use when hunting or camping or in their home.
                    Go Space Force!!!

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