Tell me what you think.

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    Tell me what you think.

    If this is a repost sorry
    This happen in the city that I live in.
    http://www.cleveland.com/concealed/p...l=2&thispage=1
    “Do you have any idea how hard it would be to live with yourself if your loved ones were attacked and killed, and you had to stand there helplessly because you were unprepared for that day?”

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    Whether you're safer because of this depends on the perspective: from a law enforcement official trying to keep order to a potential victim worried about staring down the barrel of robber's gun.

    "These days, everyone should have a permit. This is a rough area, and we go through this every day," said Raft Farah, who works at the MLK Savmor store on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Cleveland where his brother, Ayed, was robbed at gunpoint three months ago.
    Looks like more folks are getting the message!
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    http://www.cleveland.com/concealed/p...l=2&thispage=1


    " Others aren't so sure that more permits will help. More guns on the street make things more dangerous, not less, said Gerald Nunziato, a former agent of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives who traced weapons nationally.

    "It gives some people a false sense of power," Nunziato said. "The country is saturated with weapons."
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    Nunziato???

    Does he realize that his name is (nearly) an anagram of 'I Nazi Nut'?

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    Permit holders say they don't want to relive the Wild West. They just want to protect themselves.
    Well represents what I think most of us think.

    And again...

    "I'm of the mindset that if you only carry a gun when you think you need it, you won't have it when you really need it," Garvas said.
    And one more good one:

    Self-defense is the only reason why a 37-year-old mother of two children from Cleveland obtained a permit.

    "If some criminal wants to kill me for $10, I want to be able to defend myself and my children," she said, declining to give her name. "I'm not out to kill anyone. I just want to protect my kids. I'm not looking for confrontations."
    Now this one doesn't surprise me coming from a BATFE agent:

    More guns on the street make things more dangerous, not less, said Gerald Nunziato, a former agent of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives who traced weapons nationally.
    Over all a good article, represents why I believe most people carry. Sent him an e-mail for explaining the carry side well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 0.02 View Post
    Nunziato???
    Does he realize that his name is (nearly) an anagram of 'I Nazi Nut'?
    It IS an anagram of "O Nazi Nut".

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyW View Post
    Now this one doesn't surprise me coming from a BATFE agent:
    More guns on the street make things more dangerous, not less, said Gerald Nunziato, a former agent of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives who traced weapons nationally.

    What I want to know is, does this former BATFE agent still have a gun? If so, he's a complete hypocrite. Also, if he carried his gun home with him while he was an agent, he's also a complete hypocrite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwolsten View Post
    What I want to know is, does this former BATFE agent still have a gun? If so, he's a complete hypocrite. Also, if he carried his gun home with him while he was an agent, he's also a complete hypocrite.
    You sure nailed that one. Bet he still carrys.

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