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This is the fifth and final student end-of-class reflection paper from my Sociology of Guns seminar at Wake Forest University. This is one of my brightest students this semester — I also posted her seminar paper on hunting recently — and she makes some interesting observations about the guest lecture in class by Rob Pincus. … Continue reading →
A couple of decades back I started to talk to my defensive shooting students about the likelihood of being attacked and needing to use their firearm to defend themselves. It seemed to me that some people, based on their lifestyle and habits, were more likely to need to use lethal force than others.
It also seemed to me that, even when the defensive firearm was actually needed, the mode of employment varied greatly; sometimes the sight of the gun …
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