I can not for the life of me understand why they think this is a good idea. I'm NOT hating but I would be very concerned if I lived there.
Answer by wendythewriter at 8:37 AM on Sep. 9, 2013
Answer by Crafty26 at 8:37 PM on Sep. 8, 2013
Answer by kmath at 8:37 PM on Sep. 8, 2013
Answer by May-20 at 9:28 PM on Sep. 8, 2013
Answer by virginiamama71 at 9:32 PM on Sep. 8, 2013
It is possible girls...Hard to believe, but here is a video about a blinf man who has has 80% accuracy rate when shooting at a gun range.
No doubt!! What worries me is the accuracy outside the shooting range!!! Again I repeat.... are you supposed to KNOW without a doubt where your target is, but you are supposed KNOW without a doubt what is beyond your target. Just because you can't see stuff doesn't mean it's not there. At a range this makes sense... anywhere else... no. What if they drew on an assailant, missed or the bullet goes thru and hit a kid? What if it was your kid. Doesn't sound like such a good idea now does it.
Answer by Crafty26 at 10:27 PM on Sep. 8, 2013
Answer by KTElite at 8:39 PM on Sep. 8, 2013
Answer by DJDNY at 8:39 PM on Sep. 8, 2013
I am on the fence on this one. I know that people who have disabilities such as being blind or visual impaired are more susceptible to being targets of crime and violence. I have always heard that if you don't have one of your senses, your body adapts by making your other senses more heightened. I can see where a visually impaired person who still can make out shapes and is being mugged in an alley or empty dark parking lot could benefit from having and using a concealed weapon. I just hope that they are getting the training that they need in order to know how to operate and use a gun.
Answer by JeremysMom at 8:41 PM on Sep. 8, 2013
Answer by luvmygrandgirl at 8:50 PM on Sep. 8, 2013