I used to love guns, too. Now I think of them as emergency equipment, like fire extinguishers.
Bill St. Clair

You are the one best informed to decide how best to protect yourself. That said, these data are unambiguous: living in house with a gun increases your risk of death or injury.

I don’t believe the data on carrying in public are clear yet, but if notice you carrying a gun in public, my family and I will leave the area. I don’t know you. I don’t your state of mind. I don’t know your level of training. I don’t know what makes you feel unsafe. What I do know is that you’re potentially a deadly threat that I can avoid, and so I will.

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