Self defense expert: Guns don’t necessarily make you safer
“If they decide to carry a weapon – training to carry, you’re responsible for every bullet that leaves that gun,” Bucy said. “It’s going to do you more harm than good in a lot of cases. And we’ve seen that in past events where someone who draws a weapon but doesn’t know how to use it properly ends up getting themselves or other people hurt as well.”
The bottom line is, if you are going to carry a weapon of any type, train and practice with it in real life training scenarios as best as possible.