- Apr 16, 2015
I also noticed you clipped the part about him being in pain and having his biology screwed with. Funny how you keep ignoring that little detail. Whatever satisfies your bias I guess.Zhukov said:Like I said, if someone is trying to deliberately shoot you then getting accidentally shot is the least of your concerns.Agent_Z said:So you?ve never heard of a gun accidentally firing while two people are struggling? Is this some unheard of phenomena where you come from?Zhukov said:Hahaha.
You're seriously trying to tell me that it's a bad idea to grab a gun that somebody is trying to shoot you with? Because it might accidentally go off?
I notice you clipped the last sentence where I already made that point.
Except I used real life non-armchair examples of how even regular untrained people know to try and control the weapon when tackling armed opponents.
Here, have some more. Notice how they all go straight for the weapon instead of fucking around.
If you're strong enough to throw your opponent around like a ragdoll, then yeah, it matters.Because as we all know, strength is clearly all that matters in a fight.
A bit of commonsense helps too. Sadly Superman didn't have any of that.
As for your examples, two of them had the element of surprise and a lot of dumb luck and one is a bouncer. You're trying to treat a situation as one size fits all. Like I said, easy to play arm chair warrior when you aren't in the trenches and aren't having your biology screwed with but context means nothing to you or any of the others who want perfect Superman