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Oh no not again

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by IheartGUNS, Jan 25, 2013.

  1. IheartGUNS

    IheartGUNS WaCo Well-Known Member

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    IheartGUNS WaCo Well-Known Member

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  3. mosinguy1

    mosinguy1 out by the ocean Active Member

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    I am so glad to see stories of these people using guns to defend themselfs!!!!!
     
  4. civilian75

    civilian75 Hillsboro, OR Well-Known Member

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    And not a shot fired!! I guess the AR-15 owner will have at least a loaded mag at hand the next time. Those BB gun intruders lucked out.
     
  5. PinoyBoy

    PinoyBoy Snohomish County, WA Member

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    Two friends, one with a background in psychology and another with on marketing, both agree that the media had to say that the intruders had BB guns. This way the pro-gun audience will be happy that they actually aired news that agrees with our cause, but at the same time the gun-grabbers will see it as use of excessive force. Our argument is that the intruder's intent is to do harm and real or not, an object shaped like a gun pointed at you should always be treated as such. The gun-grabber's argument is that the burglars have a toy and that the two men shouldn't have pointed an "assault" weapon at the intruders.