TLS Poll: Keeping A Gun In Your Home To Protect Your Family

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  1. If you have children you have to be very careful to keep it in a place they cannot reach and it is preferable if they do not know about it.

  2. Gun ownership is a right. Gun safety is imperative. Protection of your personal safety or that of your family is expected.

    Criminals are more likely to seek out the defenseless than take a chance that the intended victim will fight to protect self, family, and property.

    Deadly force is never to be used other than in defense of personal safety or the safety of others.

  3. “To protect you family”?? give me a break. No one’s family is at risk. people keep guns to protect their stuff. That’s fine, I’m all for the 2nd Ammendment, but let’s be honest about it. To protect stuff, not people. For some that might be a good choice. If you’ve got children in the home, however, it’s a fool’s choice.

  4. lets all remember haba bamachteres if someone breaks into your home in order to steal your stuff he is prepared to kill you as well. kill him before he can kill you

  5. If you have kids you only have more reasons to own a firearm. You can run, fight, call 911; your kids are defenseless without you. With proper training firearm is just another tool and is completely safe. On the other hand, without any training It’s better not to have one. You only need few hours a month to keep proficient with a handgun. I believe it’s a skill worth having.

  6. While in the passed the LPD was very efficient in processing pistol purchase permits, staying more or less in the law mandated 30 days, in the last year or so, its taking 2-3 months i understand you are understaffed more pressing things to do, but the law is the law isnt it? and that is 30 days. I spoke to the detective in charge of processing the pistol permits in west long branch, Det. Brian Ellis he said he came up with a very efficient system to have all permits ready in under 30 days, and he would be very happy to share his system with any PD who reaches out to him, i think it would be a good idea for everyone if you took him up on his offer thanks for listening

  7. I agree with #14, mine took almost 2 months! Live in Cleveland and you can get a carriers permit in 72 hours!
    But of course, only non cops get penalized for breaking the law.

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