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Do you own a gun?
If you do not own a gun, do you plan on getting one any time soon?
Yes, I own several. I am a hunter, so I have a couple of shotguns and I also have a rifle. We are going to get my wife a pistol within the next couple of weeks.
Nope. I've never particularly felt the need to own one either.
I don't personally feel the need, although I grew up in a house that was a small arsenal. I have been tempted to get a pellet gun to shoot at the occasional teenage vandals around here that like to toilet paper houses, but I'd probably get charged with assault, so I haven't done it yet . Maybe I'll just get a dog instead.
No I don't own a gun, I don't plan on owning one either. The reason I don't own one is that I don't hunt and I live in a relatively safe neighborhood. I know they are collectible but I don't have any interest to do that.
no, in our country, only the big shots are allowed to own a gun. A commoner isn't allowed to. If you did, you will be caught by police and question like a criminal. It is against the law
I am just about to begin my hunting education and will be looking to obtain both a rifle and a pistol. Here in sweden our laws are fair on gun ownership, perhaps a little stricter than the USA but fair non the less
No, but I live in europe and the so called "you have the right to own a gun" sentiment is a bit strange for us.
Nope and nope. I have no interest in owning a gun. I don't know anyone who does and it's a very unfamiliar concept to me.
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