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Rate Your Risk of Assault

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    -18. If only I had a lock on my mailbox . . .
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    +5 here.not too bad but could be better. sj

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    I hope it's right.

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    I've seen this test linked from another gun forum, with the average scores being in the negatives. Wonder what the scores would be for a less biased sample?

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    Removing the fact that I legally carry a handgun raised my score more than 20 points.

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    -27 wonder what it would be if i had the locking mailbox

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    37 without a gun, 17 with. Not factored in is that I live in Vermont where many of the people you see in public you know; where most people don't lock their house, nevermind the car; and when you open the door, the kind with glass panes, it's usually a Jehovah's Witness or a Mormon (bless their State of Utah) if it isn't also someone you actually know.

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    Yes, the questions do seem biased toward urban/inner city areas and a "younger" crowd. I think factoring in other elements, like whether you live in a high crime city vs. low crime rural/small town location, your age (you're more likely to be a victim or involved in an incident if you're under 30 or over 70) and other questions, you'd get a more reliable result. Still, the survey is good food for thought.
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    Your total is -33

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    -6 . . . Not bad.
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    I scored a 4.

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