The story of how a clay pistol accidentally shot and killed an ex-girlfriend.
An argument started in a room at a party, and then she got into the gun and fired off a few shots.
It didn’t go off as planned, but she still got the better of her.
In a police report, she said she thought the gun was loaded, because she didn’t feel it had enough ammunition.
But when she got home and tried to reload it, it fired off an incorrect round.
When she checked, the gun had a round in it.
She was charged with felony discharge of a firearm.
The case went to trial, and the jury didn’t buy the defense.
A jury found that the gun belonged to her.
The trial was thrown out, and she was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
What if this happened to you?
You know someone you love, someone who has you in their life, who is loved and appreciative of what you do.
You want to be able to spend time with them and see how you do as a person.
Do you know how to protect yourself from this type of thing?
I don’t think so.
And the best way to protect yourselves is to be aware.
Know the laws, know the rules, know how you can protect yourself.
Learn about these laws before you decide to shoot your loved one.
So, how do you know if you should be using a gun for self defense?