You walk and suddenly you see in the distance someone attacked by a gangster: what would you do?
Hoping indifference would not be an option for you, you would call the Police, try to get involved in order to attack the gangster, ask for help to other people you encounter on the road...
What would be your choice and why?
These are the cases where passerby with concealed carry weapons can act to kill the guilty attacker to protect the innocent victim without risk of harm to themselves.
It is the fear of the evil person with the weapon turning it on the helpful bystander that keeps most people silent and back when an innocent person is attacked.
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