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Sometimes karma is just right on target.
Neighbors: Man flaunts gun, shoots self | WAVY.com | Norfolk
“When they come--stay calm. It's a cannon!!!!!!!"
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Sounds like a Dawin Award candidate.
I like all kinds of foreign guns.
"Arm yourself because no one else here will save you..."
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Norfolk man accidentally shoots himself after argument over speeding | WTKR.com
Maybe he was also drunk. ??
That will teach them. Wonder what the out come was.
Good people do not need laws to tell them to act responsibly, while bad people will find a way around laws. Plato
That'll do it, every time.Originally Posted by From the article
Though, perhaps in his own mind he was "standing his ground." Who can say.
Obviously, he threatened folks with that gun. Asked to stop risking everyone's lives at the point of a 3000 pound car, and then he subsequently chooses to threaten everyone's lives at the point of a gun. Let me guess: not a Mensa candidate, there.
Literally millions of responsible gun owners didn't make the news yesterday. The liberal media never writes about us. One loser, who in no way looks like the rest of us, is put in front of the low-information public as the face of why there's no good reason for the public to be allowed to carry firearms.
Let us hope that this loser pays the maximum price allowed by law.
This is one problem that carrying a weapon is for some people. Do you think he would have even turned around if he didn't have a gun on him?
A gun shouldn't change how you act in most situations. In my opinion, it gives you a way out when there is no other choice.
These guys do more damage to law-abiding gun owners than the anti-gunners ever could.
When thinking about gun handling it brings new meaning to the "Peter Principle".
Okay, everyone, listen up here. Important safety notice: don't do stupid things with dangerous weapons. You might shoot the family jewels. Then you'll be another "that guy". good luck
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