Apparently in TN you can shoot at someone trying to steal your truck????
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September 29th, 2012 05:06 PM
Only Legal if you expose your CCW Badge and Deploy your Sash. That`l stop `em.
September 29th, 2012 07:28 PM
Might I suggest decaf coffee? Near as I can tell, I simply stated what I would probably do given the circumstances. Nothing in my original post could even possibly be considered a judgement.
Originally Posted by linuss
Simply being "legal" makes absolutely nothing "right". Legality of anything can and does change all of the time.
Everyone is No one to someone just as everyone is someone to someone. Since I passed judgement on No one, and I am considered No one by you, then I must have passed judgement on myself. I did like being No one so much however that I have changed my signature to reflect your opinion.
Just the same, I stand by what I posted earlier.
I Shoot Birds With A Canon.
September 29th, 2012 10:57 PM
1) That individual should have been sentenced to mandatory firearms training and qualification. "You're a lousy shot... I hate lousy shots..!" - Stallone
2) I always heard that you have the right to protect person & property.. I guess it's true..! Amen..!
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