The wife and I hit Costco this evening to do our shopping. While heading towards the front, we crossed paths with an older white dude dressed punk rock and with a mohawk. His look was odd enough to catch both of our attentions. After getting home and putting things away, my wife sees on her FB there was a shooting at Costco that just happened. Turns out it most likely happened just after we walked out. Apparently there was an argument between the guy we saw and a family. At some point, shots were fired and it sounds like the guy we saw was killed. The news was calling him the shooter and that he was thought to be dead inside the store. This did not make alot of sense at first that he was the shooter and was found dead inside. One update on local news FB says an off duty PD may have dropped the guy with a concealed pistol. This makes more sense. I'm sure more info will come out in the coming days. It just feels kind of crazy to think how close we were to being right there if not in the middle of it. My wife is kinda freaked out by it. I carry concealed and had my pistol on me tonight. It makes me think about what would I have done had we been right there. I have taken training classes and train with dry fire and at the range, but real life situations are a different deal. I would like to think training would kick in, but right now I am feeling like I NEED to train more to be ready if something happens. This also confirms something I have tried to abide by since I started carrying concealed... Always carry, always. You never know when things can go sideways.