View Full Version : " I dont want guns in this house.."


platinummatt
07-27-2006, 01:43 PM
This is based on TV programs mainly. But who says that? I dont want guns in my house.. etc... or weapons of some kind. If the user is responsible, and keeps it under lock and key why not? They wouldnt be saying that if a robber came in.
Opinions..?

* FeistyWench *
07-27-2006, 02:28 PM
This is based on TV programs mainly. But who says that? I dont want guns in my house.. etc... or weapons of some kind. If the user is responsible, and keeps it under lock and key why not? They wouldnt be saying that if a robber came in.
Opinions..?
some people are just against the idea of killing someone else.

people who are pro-gun that have children encounter a problem:
you have to lock the gun up for the safety of your kids, but if you need the gun and it is locked up, chances are that you will not get to it in time. making the gun useless.

regardless of what you teach children, they will attempt to use it if they get their hands on it.

The Noose
07-27-2006, 02:52 PM
Also as far as being robbed. I just think its best to call the police, as well as make sure ur house is secure as hell.

Wat if the intruder gets to ur gun first?
Or u shoot the intruder out of fear when u could of just locked urself in the bedroom and waited for the police to arrive.
If they take ur stuff, wel u can get that back, but if u try shooting him, and he shoots u, ur ****ed.

Personally, i dont see the point in having a gun.
No one i know has ever owend one, and theyre fine. Some have been robbed. But never attacked luckily.

platinummatt
07-27-2006, 04:02 PM
There was that woman, she was out at a resteraunt, a man came in and shot her father, her mum grabbed him and help him, the man said let go, she didnt, and he shot her. The woman says if she was allowed to have her gun she could have stopped that. Of course there are millions of problems with that. I read about a man who robbed a gun shop, which had 2 people in, a cop, and the owner, in a state where you allowed to carry guns. LOL dumbass

PATO 1
07-27-2006, 04:19 PM
Plattinum How Many Threads Do You Make Damm Lol

K-DOGG
07-27-2006, 04:25 PM
This is based on TV programs mainly. But who says that? I dont want guns in my house.. etc... or weapons of some kind. If the user is responsible, and keeps it under lock and key why not? They wouldnt be saying that if a robber came in.
Opinions..?


Personally, I'd rather not have one; but I believe in a person's right to own a gun for their own protection...or hunting, if that's their thing.

I'd be too concerned of either an accident or someone breaking in while I wasn't home and stealing my gun and using it to hurt someone else or worse....and I have the type of personality that I really Don't need a gun.....'sides, I've got Muldoone should someone decide to surprise me in the middle of the night....and I don't necessarily want to kill someone; but giving them a good beating for breaking into my house would be both satisfactory and a possible future deterent....might even "adjust their attitude about burgluring a little. :D

Ta Khent
07-27-2006, 04:36 PM
Nowadays, burglars are prepared to take it to the next level in case someone's home or someone shows up. It's better to have a gun or something that's gonna put the assailant down for good. At least you have a fighting chance.

platinummatt
07-27-2006, 05:05 PM
Yeh, or pepper spray, or air tazer lol. Yeh El, I make many, many threads.

* FeistyWench *
07-27-2006, 05:09 PM
when i lived alone, i was too afarid that if i had a gun, someone culd over power me and use it against me.
so i got a LOUD blow horn thing that they use on boats. one toot of that thing and you'd go deaf! lol! i figured i would blow that sucker until someone came to see wtf was going on.

platinummatt
07-27-2006, 05:13 PM
thats a good idea. I made a ninja death star earlier.. It didnt work.

PATO 1
07-27-2006, 06:15 PM
when i lived alone, i was too afarid that if i had a gun, someone culd over power me and use it against me.
so i got a LOUD blow horn thing that they use on boats. one toot of that thing and you'd go deaf! lol! i figured i would blow that sucker until someone came to see wtf was going on.

lmfaOOOOO :eek:

The Noose
07-27-2006, 09:45 PM
Nowadays, burglars are prepared to take it to the next level in case someone's home or someone shows up. It's better to have a gun or something that's gonna put the assailant down for good. At least you have a fighting chance.

Id rather let them take wat they want than kill somone.
Its all material stuff, mostly insured.

I wouldnt want to have the death of some stupid teenager on my hands.

platinummatt
07-28-2006, 08:44 AM
yeh I didnt really mean a robber I ment someone who justwanted to kill someone. It can happen. And if they can get a gun, then theyll be one up

The Missing Lin
07-28-2006, 09:00 AM
The only time I locked up my guns up was when I lived with my sister and nephew.

That being said, they are not just laying around where you can see them either.

Ta Khent
07-28-2006, 09:54 AM
Id rather let them take wat they want than kill somone.
Its all material stuff, mostly insured.

I wouldnt want to have the death of some stupid teenager on my hands.

Where I'm from, burglars and robbers leave no witnesses. So therefore, I have no choice but to be prepared. That means taking all measures necessary to protect myself in the event something like that happens.

MANGLER
01-07-2010, 03:38 AM
This is based on TV programs mainly. But who says that? I dont want guns in my house.. etc... or weapons of some kind. If the user is responsible, and keeps it under lock and key why not? They wouldnt be saying that if a robber came in.
Opinions..?

Nothin wrong wit people keepin heat in the house to protect themselves and their families. Obviously guns in the hands of people without common sense is scary. But sensible gun owners know not to be playin wit heat inside the house, and to keep it away from kids' hands.