Have you used a gun in self-defense?

Have you ever used a gun in self-defense, or defense of another? If so, there’s something you may want to do.

ABC News’ 20/20 television show has put out a call for anyone who has used a gun in self-defense to contact the show and tell your story. There is indeed a possibility that you and your story may be on national television!

And if ABC’s 20/20 is looking at this issue, you can bet John Stossel has got something interesting up his sleeve.

Have you ever defended yourself from a crime in your home, in your business, or in public by using a gun? Perhaps you warded off a potential attacker by simply showing a gun?

40 states now allow their citizens to obtain conceal-carry permits for handguns. Some people say that’s dangerous, while others say it allows them to protect themselves. — 20/20

At the 20/20 site is a contact form where you can tell ABC’s producers your story.

People who support victim disarmament and dependence like to ignore and ridicule the simple truth that ordinary people have and use their guns for self-defense. Gun control advocates like the Brady Center for Promoting Gun Violence want people to be raped and killed by criminals instead of defending themselves. They’ve said so. And if you don’t believe me, you can ask them yourselves. They’ll be happy to tell you.

People who value their right of self-defense can take a stand now by telling your stories to ABC’s 20/20.

One thought on “Have you used a gun in self-defense?

  • November 12, 2010 at 6:59 pm

    With regard to the VA Tech shootings. I know the owner of the gunshop where the shooter bought one of his weaponds. The shooter in fact did not have a history of mental illness. At least not one that came up in the background check. While many teachers at his school were concerned about his state of mind no offical action was ever taken and there was nothing on his record. Virginia has a very strict background check. If there are any indications of mental illness, domistic violance or past crimes you don’t get to buy a gun in Virginia.

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