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Its the perception that if you have a weapon then you are the attacker, but hand to hand you are defending yourself.

I get the same when I tell people that I take a self defense class, they usually say it is something they always wanted to do. But as soon as I tell them I take a fight class, stick and knife fighting or firearms training, then they think I've crossed the line.

But if I tell them my firearms training is for competition then I'm nolonger a gun nut,

Guns for competition = good
Guns for defense = bad
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