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What Gun Owners Fear the Most

Posted on the 29 April 2012 by Mikeb302000
 via TTAG

What they fear the most is a group of three or four highly armed and professional commando-types invading the home in the middle of the night intent on rape and murder.
That makes sense.  What do you think?

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