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That's one way to look at it, but if a person is skilled enough to own and operate a gun, s/he is skilled enough to maim, not kill, when only an inanimate object is at stake.

Not a gun expert, but that is a very high hurdle in a crisis.

No one has the right to another's property live or inanimate. Any harm done to someone in the act of committing a serious crime, is the criminals fault, no one should ever have to think well, what is the right move to defend myself from this 100 percent unquestionable threat to my health or property. The act that they use to protect themselves should be the one most likely to ensure their rights and the criminal be damned.
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