Killing animals, other humans, wars etc
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but i think "an effective method of immobilizing an enemy in war" is a polite way of saying killing them.
Don't you think guns (weapons) were made to kill whether it's an enemy in war, a dispute over resources, or an animal for food?
Yes, but in war immobilizing an individual is more effective to the theater than killing him. The guns and bullets made today for domestic use are designed solely to kill because we prefer to kill instead of seeking alternatives in disputes.