Show of HandsShow of Hands

Jerbehr January 29th, 2019 3:32pm

Your sitting in your backyard with your dog/cat when an endangered mountain lion comes out of nowhere and grabs your pet. You have a gun in your hand and a clean shot but might get a felony charge if caught. Do you take the shot?

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rons on top of the world MA
02/01/19 9:45 am

They tastes pretty good I hear. Eat the evidence.

buffaloman Team Trump
01/29/19 7:10 pm

Being a gun owner and carrier is a serious responsibility. I would not discharge my weapon merely because I carelessly allowed my pet to roam in an area (even my backyard) that was their habitat.

HammeringMan Gods Away On Business
01/29/19 8:32 pm

Serious.
A backyard is not usually a mountain lion habitat...
if it's a stray big cat-- it gets the zap zap

If I lived in the mountains or a rural area, I'd have two big dogs. Mine are 101 and 102. They are not going to become Mt Lion stew.

missmorganmarie ...
01/29/19 4:20 pm

absolutely. don't touch my furbaby

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tony1987
01/29/19 3:14 pm

Lol silly question, no doubt I’m shooting it. Then I’m turning it into stew

gts1963
01/29/19 12:48 pm

That lion would be dead within 1 second of touching my best friend!!

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ssfiddler1 TRUMP2020
01/29/19 10:33 am

I’ll shoot and then Bury it

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Diogenes PARDON STONE NOW
01/29/19 9:57 am

I’d probably make the Puma dance with a shot or two.