Originally Posted by Bugguts
For us personally, that would be an asinine argument. My husband and I carry every day and we have had our fights but at no time EVER have either of us thought "this will solve the argument" Sheesh
Yeah I agree.
If anyone reaches for a gun during a heated argument or even a bad breakup... then there's an underlying mental health issue/concern there IMO.
I'm not a mental health professional nor do I pretend to know much about the topic. But if owning a firearm made someone reach for it during a heated argument, the gun violence rate would be MUCH MUCH higher considering the number of households with firearms.
WTB: multiautomatic ghost gun with a .30-caliber clip to disperse with 30 bullets within half a second. Must include shoulder thing that goes up.
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