Gun rights are like most everything a touchy subject. I have played many games where I both shoot people and stab them in the face (I love Assassin's Creed). I have yet to so so in real life and probably never will. I have shot both handguns and rifles and enjoy shooting as a sport. My family has multiple guns which are all locked in a safe, save a handgun that is hidden in case of intrusion. My parents also taught us a respect for guns and gun safety at a young age (12-14ish), but we were also instilled with a respect for life at a younger age and that is more important. I also very much agree with Wanted and Running. Having been taught by my parents what I was I will NEVER use a gun against someone else unless I am protecting myself or my family. If a bugler were to break in the house and were unarmed, unless s/he did something extremely stupid they would probably just be jailed after the cops came. If they were armed, and in our house it would be a different story. I believe the purpose for guns in a household is mainly to protect the family that resides within, not to use as an intimidation tactic for self profit. Children will grow as they are raised, which I have very much come to learn living with a co-worker/roomate. She is an only child and pretty much everything she has wanted in life was handed to her. I am the youngest of 2 and have heard the word "No" from my parent's more times than I can count. We're doing the same job working for bosses that I think are amazing, and are one of the best trainers in our work. I came into the job thankful for the chance to learn and study under them. She constantly complains about pretty much everything. She has also decided that she is going to quit and go back to her previous barn where she got to do pretty much whatever she pleases. My parents are also going to be able to build their dream house and retire at 65. Her parents will never get to retire if things continue as is. Spankings are good for kids. VERY good.