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This past summer my huansbd was floating in an inner tube a hundred feet or so from the dock at our camp. I was standing on the path not far away. Maybe a quarter-mile or so from us was the gravel pit where people sometimes go to shoot for fun. The high walls of the pit keep the ammo safely contained. On this day, we could here the fast powpowpow of an automatic weapon being fired. Didn't think anything of it until a bullet came cutting through the leaves and branches forty feet from me zzzzzzt! A low, ugly sound, I'll never forget it. The shot flew past my huansbd's head so close that he flinched, and hit the water way, way out on the lake with a hard smack-plop that we both heard very clearly.I guess you could say my opinion's been colored, too. I'm just glad it wasn't with blood.
Lea, I am curious why in your view it is okay for deer hurntes who eat the meat to have guns but not those who want to protect themselves or their loved ones from home invasions. In each case, death of the homeowner may occur from lack of a gun but you are bothered by people starving to death from lack of deer meat and not bothered by them dying violently at the hands of home invading murderers/burglars. Those who are hungry MIGHT find help in soup kitchens but those attacked before the police have time to arrive have no recourse without weapons. I find it extra curious if I am correct that you write mysteries and would be fascinated with your thoughts in answer.
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