Master Don Juan
- Apr 21, 2018
- Reaction score
- Bridgeport, CT
Fine. Buy a taser or stun gun. A US citizen can own one w/o a permit in most States. Aside from my firearms, I also have these:Just to add my two cents...
Owning a gun for protection is a hassle. If you're forced to use it, you're going to be out a LOT of money in legal fees, and that's the best-case scenario; with the worst being you end up a fish in jail. The only upside to using a gun is that you're likely to still be alive after the encounter.
I own a full-sized 9mm, the ammo is by far the cheapest, so you can afford to practice with it the most, and it's perfectly fine for stopping anything short of a grizzly. Guns are dangerous and deserve respect, but they're fun and challenging to shoot well. The sport of shooting itself is half the reason I own a gun.
Concealed carry is pretty much mandatory in my opinon, if you can get it. In WA state it's worth it to avoid potential legal hassles. Open carry is legal here, but I've gotten enough negative attention while doing it that I no longer do. I only carry when I'm hiking and I don't carry around town. With concealed carry you'll need a small gun, which is much less pleasant to shoot than a larger service-style pistol.
Research your local laws and decide for yourself, guns are not to be taken lightly.
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Either have enough volts to stun a bear/dog/etc as well as human.