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How does everyone feel about people carrying stun guns

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I think everyone should have some type of personal protection. Stun guns are great options to defend yourself from attacks. Especially if your in anti-gun states.

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I think everyone should have some type of personal protection. Stun guns are great options to defend yourself from attacks. Especially if your in anti-gun states.

I’m in New Jersey which is an anti-gun state


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I’m in New Jersey which is an anti-gun state


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Well I would say stun gun is the way to go. Or maybe a pocket knife.

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Well I would say stun gun is the way to go. Or maybe a pocket knife.

Well I own a police grade stun gun. Knifes are not legal to carry in New Jersey


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