All my favorite gun gurus are fatalists. They believe an armed citizen can do everything right in a gunfight and still die. As the rabbi reminded me the other day, “We are at a huge disadvantage. We’re the good guys. We’re always reacting to what the bad guys are doing. We can’t get ahead of the curve.” True dat. I reckon a successful Defensive Gun Use (DGU) is nothing more than being in the wrong place at the wrong time and somehow managing to do the right thing. Or, alternatively and additionally, being lucky. How much do you think luck has or will figure into the outcome of a DGU? Do you feel lucky? Or are you a fatalist as well?