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Defensive gun use

How is it defined?

7 Responses to “Defensive gun use”

  1. HL Says:

    I don’t think it should have to be used to thwart a crime. If I dust a rabid Rottweiler advancing on my person, that should count.

    Of course, I haven’t, nor am I a blogger.

  2. Ellen Says:

    That depends upon the jury.

  3. Barron Barnett Says:

    Ellen: Not all defensive gun uses end up in front of a Jury.

    Are you saying Tam’s incident wasn’t a DGU or this one either. Neither ended up in front of a jury.

  4. SPQR Says:

    Gary Kleck had a definition in his study, I think. Gotta see if I can figure out where I found it.

  5. Sarah Connor Says:

    @SPQR: This was the closest definition on the net I could find re: DGU. It’s a snippet from Kleck the King, but rather vague.

    I’m on a quest to find a clear, concise DGU definition.

    Surprisingly, it’s not easy to find the definition. I’m sure it’s out there, but ’til I hear it, my search for words continues.

    Maybe it will be up to we, the gun bloggers, to bring clarity to the matter, defining and refining the much-needed definition of DGU.

  6. Mr Evilwrench Says:

    The lawyers will continue to milk the laws for obscurity, because they’re afraid they’ll get bored (not paid) if the people are encouraged to think they can know what they’re doing.

  7. Sarah Connor Says:

    That’s why it’s up to we, the go-gunners to define it, rather than allow others to do so.

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