Since you never know when some whack job is going to confront you in traffic, you need to keep your piece always handy for when the situation arises. The National Rifle Association works to ensure you don’t have to put up with this shit.
A Marine veteran tried to confront a tailgating driver and was shot in the head, officials say
An off-duty Arizona fire captain was shot and killed in an alleged road-rage incident Sunday by a man who told investigators he thought his gun was not loaded, authorities said.
Kyle Brayer, a former Marine and 10-year veteran of the Tempe Fire Medical Rescue Department, was riding in a golf cart with friends early Sunday morning in Scottsdale when a man in a red Scion coupe began driving closely, nearly hitting the back of the cart, police said.
After the cart pulled up to a stop sign, Brayer walked over to the coupe and was shot in the head, according to police. The 34-year-old died at a hospital.
Better be safe than sorry I always say.