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Originally posted by DaTroof
Originally posted by Honor93
reply to post by DaTroof
provided i have one to point back at you, nothing.
When I point a gun at you, what do you lose?
since 'gunplay' requires more than one person, usually the loss is a life.
When gunplay occurs, what usually ends up getting lost?
is this really a question?
The psychological effect of killing a man(in defense), what right does that infringe.
if so, none.
1. OK, and supposing you don't?
3. Yes, it is a question. The correct answer is that it violates your Pursuit of Happiness. Now you have to be worried about retaliation, and depending on how much family the individual had, you may have to confront his/her parents or children in court for a civil suit.edit on 4-1-2013 by DaTroof because: (no reason given)