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Matt Foley

Intoxicated student shot trying to enter wrong home

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How did he "break in"? If the guy was three-sheets, then how'd he manage to get in the house - down the chimney?

Maybe a locked door or valid alarm would have saved a life.

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I'm torn. He may have thought the kid was on dope or something and who knows what he can do. Can people not shoot people in the leg anymore?

:lol:

I own a gun and I don't sit around waiting to shoot somebody

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Did he get in or just try to get in as the thread title alleges?

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Thing that hurts this guy is he knew the kid, makes him come off as more of a gun nut than someone protecting. Like I said, people need to shoot in the leg.

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:lol:

I own a gun and I don't sit around waiting to shoot somebody

I don't believe you. :eek:

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Whatever happened to shooting 1 in the air?

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Whatever happened to shooting 1 in the air?

in your house?

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in your house?

Which is why I asked in my prior post, was the kid in the house or just trying to get into the house?

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like most gun owners, that homeowner had been waiting with a hardon since the day he bought that gun for the chance to murder someone. sitting around intently waiting and wishing for someone to break into his house so he could kill them.

holy overreaction batman.

I own many guns, and hope to hell that I never am put into a place where I have to shoot at someone, much less kill them.

Grow up.

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