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By  tiggerlover100  |  32

How is it a red flag that he's prepared to defend himself against a possible robber/attacker? It's possible that op and their boyfriend don't live together and he thought op already left.

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By  Kaylana_fml  |  44

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  tiggerlover100  |  44

How is it a red flag that he's prepared to defend himself against a possible robber/attacker? It's possible that op and their boyfriend don't live together and he thought op already left.

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  Kaylana_fml  |  44

As a personal handgun owner and as someone who was trained and certified for years in the state of Texas for carrying, I can tell you it is not normal nor healthy behavior to draw your firearm and point it at someone in this situation.  You don't just "forget" that you have or have had guests in your home, and you don't point a gun at someone unless you are prepared to use it to kill.  

If you want the responsbility of owning a handgun, it is doubly your responsibility to be

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  ArcaneBullshit  |  44

How is this a red flag? If he pulled a gun on OP because he didn't want them to leave for work that'd be a huge red flag. Not knowing who's in your house and pulling a gun in self defense: not a red flag.

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  Kaylana_fml  |  44

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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maybe call out "who's there?" before fucking pulling a gun on someone. And also being forgotten about to such a deep deep level has to mean something like a red flag. Forgetting someone is there, does not excise pulling a gun on them. I'd dump a guy if he did that to me. I'd also tell all my friends. People that paranoid do not have the rationale to safely own a gun in my opinion. Just because he didn't pull the trigger wouldn't cure the relationship for me. What if he did. Seriously though, jus

By  LokiDasWolf  |  39

Red Flag? Really. What should he do. When he comes upon an armed intruder he should ask them to either A wait patiently while he goes and gets his firearm or B: Hope they don't shoot before he can pull it out of it's holster. Also, the PTSD comment makes it seem as if anyone that has PTSD shouldn't be allowed to have firearms because the boyfriend and anyone else that has it is just too emotionally unstable. That is extremely far from any truth or facts.

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