9 MM Glock. For no other reason, then it is my right. and I love practicing my rights.. wish more people did! Oh, we are looking at a couple of AR 15s
Is there a better reason? I submit there is not!
You got it girl!!!
I have a couple of glue guns.
My bf has a '9' he calls it. It was the first gun I've ever touched. He keeps it in his night stand, and is licensed and knows how to use it. I sleep over sometimes. The idea of it bothered me at first, but now I don't even think about it, and feel safe with him because I know he's a responsible person.
Please tell me that he has a trigger lock on it! I know I hate that law too, but should there be a child in your house, the what ifs are horrible.. You should go shoot it with him, you can't imagine how empowering that is. Guns require responsibility. I can't think of a better way to be responsible then knowing the responsibilities you have when you have one.
Lock on the gun & no kids. He wants to take me to the range. I just haven't gone yet. Thank you for your concern.
That's all good! I just worry cause if anything should happen the media will jump and attempt to make gun owners irresponsible. As someone who is passionate and caring I just wanted to make sure. You should make a day of it, pack a picnic put on your social attire and go, there are many wonderful, responsible and safe people around guns. You might enjoy it. Just remember your safety glasses and ear protection. Oh there I go again, trying to mother everyone! lol
Thank you! (singing) "I love rock and roll! Put another dime in the jukebox baby!"
RightFitforLife -- Please take him up on his offer. You truly should know how to use a gun. An untrained shooter is more dangerous than an untrained driver behind the wheel. You may also find that target shooting is enjoyable.
Yes, several. And as a proud permitted permit holder, (as is my wife) I carry 24/7 only places in my state you cannot carry are federal buildings or if it's posted. I also carry in bars, as I don't drink it's legal in my state and also on my job as I have consent from my boss, so yes I believe in responsible gun ownership
I think all people that can legally possess and carry should, crime would drop over night as no one would know who carries and who doesn't. If you saw me on the street you would never think I was legally packing, my appearence is not clean cut and what the stereotype is for responsibility but I am and have gone through all the legal loops to keep it that way.
I also carry in other states where it is legal to do so, as my job I travel a lot. Always check the state laws in different states before you go elsewhere. Recently I went to Chicago and had to leave my pistol at home because Illinois doesn't honor permits
does a tazir gun and a staple gun count?
Rifle ,12 guage and auto pistols. Used to have a S&W revolver but got rid of it. Also have a couple of pepper sprays in the cars.<br />
Teach your kids to shoot when they are young as well, but use your head and don't put temptation in their way. Your handgun should be on your person if you are away from home, locked up otherwise.....
I don't personally own any guns but I can get a hold of one any time I need....plus my probation officer wouldn't like me having a gun anyway...convicts aren't allowed to own guns in America....haha...
I was just kidding..I'm not on probation...lol....
I do...lots...I have enough to over throw a small unsuspecting third world country (if they got in the way).
Several. And I'm an exceptional shot. So long as you don't surprise me, you'll never need to know just how exceptional.
Living in the UK having an unlicensed gun in your possesion you are looking at 5 years in the slammer. Its easy to buy one if you have a source and lots of criminals have them!<br />
A question for US citizens " is it legal to buy any firearm, does it differ from state to state" do you have to have it under lock and key at home, or can you just carry one for protection..anyone answer my query please?<br />
With what happened in London last week, yo definetly need one!
P89, 9mm,, 44 colt 30 calber, 300 win mag 12 and a 20 gauge shot gun looking to get a few more
I do not. I am barred from owning guns due to a small amount of pot I gave away( no charge) 22 years ago. I respect the law. That said I know many many people wh do have guns at home. Responsible gun owners rock!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I respect that I am barred so that others can respect their rights to owning fire arms. Responsible gun owners>>>>... I say live long and happy...pleace do not kill animals for fun>>>>... save the ammofor bad guys,enjoy!!!
muzzle first? ;-)
i'm canadian so nope i'll have to beat an intruder with a wet noodle until he submits
WOW so canadians are not allowed private omnership of a pistol???!!!! sick gay disgusting????!!!!!!! time to drag your govt. out to the closet hanging tree sick disgusting, Do Canadinas consider themselves as living in a free nation???? sick pathetic
Well I have a few guns, and if you can by my shepherds, please feel free to take them.<br />
Oh yea....... bear spray just ****** off the shepherds, it doesn't stop the dogs!
Several,one in a gun safe next to my bed (opens with the touch of my pointer finger,reads the print)
Yes. More than one. And my husband and I both know how to use them.
Better than hopefully -- we can do it accurately.
Rifle, shotguns and pistols. I have always had guns, starting out with cap pistols and then BB guns, pellet rifle, .410 shotgun and then on the 12 guage shotgun and pistols. Mainly for hunting, which I don't do anymore. Now they are just for home protection.
More than one.I hope I don't have to use it for defense but when you need one you need it right now!Just make sure you are trained and remember rule# 1.Never point it at anything you don't intend to shoot.Guns are not toys!<br />
I got a couple most people have 1or 2 laying around.