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  1. #1
    us
    Dec 2007
    maui, hawaii
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    carring protection

    was just wonder what everybody everybody carries for protection while hunting or working a area?
    thanks much, take care and be carefull out there. ron

  2. #2
    us
    This aint no damn flea circus!!!

    Mar 2006
    Livin' in a tar-paper shack in the woods of Eastern Idaho!
    Fisher F70, Whites QXT, Garrett Pro-Pointer, "Mighty" Diggin' Tool
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    Re: carring protection

    I carry "Thunder & Lightning".................and a very sharp diggin' tool!

    Seriously, Im a big guy. 6'-1" 235lbs, if I see someone comin my way I face them & look em dead in the eyes as they aproach. If they are checking me out to see if I will be an easy victim, they quickly realize that a robbery attempt would not be the wisest decision. But then again........I live in Idaho. If someone steals your car here they will usually return it in a few days with a full tank of gas. Not a lot of muggings goin on 'round here. 8)
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    "Agitate! Agitate! Ought to be the motto of every reformer. Agitation is the opposite of stagnation...... one is life, the other death."
    -Ernestine L. Rose-

  3. #3
    us
    Dec 2007
    maui, hawaii
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    Re: carring protection

    sure sounds like you have a good plan but still have to be carefull just in case that rare
    bad situation comes along.
    take care and be carefull out there. ron

  4. #4
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    monty

    Jan 2005
    Sand Springs, OK
    ACE 250, Garrett
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    Re: carring protection

    There are several existing posts here on the forum regarding protection and a couple are very recent. Monty
    Don't make me loose the hounds! If you dig, Cover up your holes.

  5. #5
    us
    Dec 2007
    maui, hawaii
    321
    10 times

    Re: carring protection

    monty, thanks much for the info. will check it out.
    take care and be safe out there. ron

  6. #6
    us
    Success is living like a millionaire when you're not!

    Aug 2009
    Florida
    Surf PI, Ace 250,Excal 1000,PI Dual Field
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    Re: carring protection

    Hey there Maui.

    Well if you are that concerned about it, your best protection would be to hunt with a friend. There are several very nice and sociable guys there on Maui that hunt the water. I should know as I hunted several days there this last November with them on Maui and had no problems at all. I also hunted some smaller beaches on my own.

    Just remember you reap what you sew, so be respectful to everyone.

    On the other hand, I live in Miami and Miami Beach can be pretty rough. Believe me I would not hesitate to bash someone with my Sunspot. Why bruise your knuckles when you are carrying a hunk of stainless on the end of a wooden pole?

    HH and Mahalo.

    Pirates for Hire

  7. #7
    us
    Dec 2007
    maui, hawaii
    321
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    Re: carring protection

    BareBones, we have lived here over 20 years and we never had any problems.
    there are problems here like any where else and we do have our share of some
    questionable people.
    take care and be safe out there. ron

  8. #8
    us
    Feb 2007
    East Central Florida WP
    Whites XLT / M6
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    Re: carring protection

    You can never be TOO careful. Stay Safe.
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  9. #9
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    us
    Jan 2008
    Marrero LA
    M6, golden sabre II (modded) F2
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: carring protection

    I'm married and faithful

  10. #10

    May 2005
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    Re: carring protection

    Ron, are crime statistics available for your area? Usually city-data.com has this info but when I looked at your area no info was given. I live in a relatively low crime suburban community so I never worry even alone after dark but have had some scary situations in "Murderapolis" as some call Minneapolis. HH, George (MN)

  11. #11
    us
    Dec 2007
    maui, hawaii
    321
    10 times

    Re: carring protection

    hi george, i am not sure where to look for crime figures for maui county. also, maui county includes 2
    other islands, molokai and lani but maui has the bulk amount of population of the 3 islands.
    when i have to travel to oahu, honolulu i really do not like it. way too much trafic, people, crime and
    you name it. oahu is the main island with most of hawaii's population.
    take care. ron

  12. #12
    us
    Jan 2007
    Beach Hunter ID 300
    343

    Re: carring protection

    357 dose the Job and a Lot of woods out there !

  13. #13
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    sirdigsthepennies

    Apr 2008
    st. joseph missouri
    old school whites cion master 6/db and dfx 300 ace 250
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    Re: carring protection

    i usually carrie a 40 cal gloc with hollow points but when in parks around kids i have a 48 in lesche gorund shark relic shovel like a shovel and sword all in one

  14. #14
    us
    Dec 2007
    maui, hawaii
    321
    10 times

    Re: carring protection

    hey olepossum, i have heard good things about the 40 cal. glock and would like to get more of
    you feed back on it.
    thanks much and be safe out there. ron

  15. #15
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    Nevermore

    Aug 2010
    Liberty ME
    13

    Re: carring protection

    Quote Originally Posted by maui
    hey olepossum, i have heard good things about the 40 cal. glock and would like to get more of
    you feed back on it.
    thanks much and be safe out there. ron

    I had one, a glock 22 .40cal 10r....very heavy and bulky. My M92 was easier to carry as it was better balanced. Generally if a person sees a gun, be it a .22 or a .45 they aren't going to mess with you. I carry 9mm Makarov..basically an off market PPK. Small, lightweight, easily concealable if in parks, and elegant looking.

 

 
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