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If you own firearms and have small children. then you need to keep your weapons unloaded, with the ammo behind lock and key (with a few rounds up high on a shelf in the closet for emergencies.

99.9999% of gun owners understand this, so this is a non issue.

As far as the domestic issue... if some dude is angry enough to kill his wife, he will do it anyway. There are a 1001 ways to do that, even without a firearm.

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That is pretty amazing math.

You also have 0% of defending your family against an armed intruder if you do not own a gun as well.

We can do better than this.

/runs off to tag Panthro in a facebook post.

If a gun is the only way you can defend your family I would be pretty worried about my home defense.

I would take my situation 10 out of 10.

Another misnomer - just because someone chooses to not own a gun does not mean they are incapable of defending their home.

In fact I would say that I live less afraid in my home than all the chicken poo gun owners who have a false sense of security because they own a weapon.

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If you own firearms and have small children. then you need to keep your weapons unloaded, with the ammo behind lock and key (with a few rounds up high on a shelf in the closet for emergencies.

99.9999% of gun owners understand this, so this is a non issue.

As far as the domestic issue... if some dude is angry enough to kill his wife, he will do it anyway. There are a 1001 ways to do that, even without a firearm.

99.9999%

so there are only like 5 irresponsible gun owners in the country? wow.

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That is pretty amazing math.

You also have 0% of defending your family against an armed intruder if you do not own a gun as well.

gimme a pair of good dogs... you can keep your gun.

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Whip out the statistics on dogs killing/maiming children...

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Whip out the statistics on dogs killing/maiming children...

27 deaths a year.

well played.

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27 deaths a year.

well played.

One death is too many right?

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One death is too many right?

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If you own firearms and have small children. then you need to keep your weapons unloaded, with the ammo behind lock and key (with a few rounds up high on a shelf in the closet for emergencies.

99.9999% of gun owners understand this, so this is a non issue.

As far as the domestic issue... if some dude is angry enough to kill his wife, he will do it anyway. There are a 1001 ways to do that, even without a firearm.

I have one gun in my home for protection. I do keep it loaded because having it for protection means I need quick access to it.

However, I keep it in a dedicated gun safe that has two different locks....one is finger print (my wife and mine are registered in it) and then a 4 digit code. You have to have both to get in.

Even though it is loaded, I consider it very secured.

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Thats chaff guy. It wards off Heat seeking missiles that lock onto an airplane's heat trail. Not a bomb, nor is it some death dealing sinister device.

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Thats chaff guy. It wards off Heat seeking missiles that lock onto an airplane's heat trail. Not a bomb, nor is it some death dealing sinister device.

i know what it is.

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