In all honesty, though,opinions on guns aside, If someone breaks in your house and you plan on shooting them, shoot to kill. Otherwise it's your word against theirs. There was a guy in my old childhood neighborhood that was broken into (he actually left his door unlocked so there weren't signs of forced entry). He shot the guy and called the cops, when they arrived, the would be robber was acting hysterical and said his car broke down and he asked this guy (my neighbor) to use his phone and he invited him in then shot him. Both went to jail but my neighbor got assault with deadly weapon which effectively forced him to turn over his guns. Especially since the cops were all up in his house and we're aware if everything he had.
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, honestly that’s my thing, I have em I use to have a job where I entrusted my life to a gun, I may have pulled it but never had to fire it, it’s a great deterrent, but if you break into my house, I’m putting hollow points into you, nothing against humanity but you fücked up by breaking in, I’m sorry but Rest In Peace you idiot burglars
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, something to add to this that i just learned the other day, if you have signs on your house that say things like the famous "owner has gun and will use it" it can be used against you in court. The sign that says "nothing inside is worth dying for" was used by lawyers to essentially say the home owner was just waiting to kill someone based on the sign. So be wary of the warning signs if any are used on your property
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, where I live it is legal to use lethal force on someone as long as you feel threatened for your life or another person's life. As long as you believe that another person who is sober and sound of mind would believe it is a life or limb threatening occasion as well. Only stipulation is that you cant booby trap your property.
@pyrocyro, because warning labels have to be very specific and literally. A "beware of dog" sign is going to hold a lot more water than one that says "come inside, my dog is hungry"
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, I’m not a gun person (I’m English, not as big a part of our culture or legal framework), but if I lived in America I’d probably keep a gun at home - can’t see myself carrying outside, but home defence is a different thing. And if I was woken up in the middle of the night by someone breaking in to my house, yeah, I’m emptying the clip in to them to keep my family safe.
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, yeah. I live in PA and if someone breaks into your house, they're open game. But if you're going shoot, your life better be on the, they better be facing you, and you better hit em in the head or heart.
@pyrocyro, my dad had one of those nothing inside is worth dying for signs but that was more to tell the world he didn't love us and that wouldn't die for us.
That door was locked for your protection, not mine
@A Deformed Penis, someone is becoming a gimp....
*points(with gun) to "we don't call the cops" sign*
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, last words he ever says: "just please put some pants on, i don't want that to be the last thing i ever see!"
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, I’d have an “I vote Democrat” sign up, makes the sound of a round being chambered just a bit more of a surprise.
@Nellybert , burglar "wait, thats illegal"
P.s is referring to meme
@FunnyPicsHoldGuard, Me: That’s a lot of damage!
But wait! There’s more!
"Honey, go start the bobcat."
@ThePandaPool , pulls out .45 hallow point, oh sorry, my .380 is set to stun but my .45 is set to kill
@ThePandaPool , "Honey, go let the bobcat loose."
@ORGANIC, I'm sorry my comment is so far from the top that no one is gonna see this gem of a comment.
@ThePandaPool , then it will be our little secret
Sorry, you may came in Alice but your leaving in a body bag
In the Military it’s simple, judge by 12 or carried home by 6, my choice is obvious.