Good Guy With a Gun: A Handy Talking Point | USCCA

Gun-rights advocates know that the only reliable way to stop an active attack is with effective return fire. We know that some level of resistance — even marginal resistance — can slow or stop an attack, pin an assailant or buy time for others to escape or for law enforcement to intervene. We know this because it has happened.

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I think one of the hardest decisions would be to see a LEO being injured or possibly overwhelmed, but not feeling confident you would be recognized as a “Good Guy”. How could a person identify themselves as there to help in an emergency?

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