QuoteOriginally posted by: CrashedMintQuoteOriginally posted by: farmerQuoteOriginally posted by: zerdnaI don't think it was easy to take him down. I don't know it, but i suspect he had always a loaded second gun, probably a handgun, when he reloaded his main gun. As long as he staid in an open space, an attack would require several people each willing to lose their lives and able to act together.If his main gun were a low-caliber semi-automatic rifle, one athletic person could take him down and have probably at least an 85% chance of surviving. I don't know if it was, and I don't particularly care.the same strong, sporty, athletic person could also just run away real fast thereby increasing his survival chance from 85 to +-100. I agree that from a group perspective it's better to charge at him, but from an individual perspective the LAST thing you will want to do is get close to a armed mass-murdered in military gear how just shot a two-digit number of people. how do you know that he isn't trained in close combat too? how do you know he doesn't wear a bomb? how do you know he doesn't have a pal sitting around in some tree with a rifle?You dont know, its irrelevant too, in such situations, you have less than one second available to decide who determines your fate, you or him?