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    I don't think that I would have a problem using the pistol. It did what it was designed to do. When I was in the Army I used my share of firearms and know that they were used to take lives. Obviously the friend wanted it to be used again and felt that by giving it to his friend it did not bother him in the least. I have heard of others that would take a hammer to the barrel to make sure that the pistol would not work again after a family member used it to commit suicide.

    When I was 4-5 years old I woke up to my parents arguing one night and walked out into the living room to find my dad with his pistol in his mouth. He did not shoot himself, but I still have that pistol. Sure I think about it when I shoot it, but it still puts the round where I point. Karma or not, I can use it to protect my family it will give me new memories.

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    I wouldn't really care as long as it didn't kill someone close to me. don't think I could keep it if say my brother killed himself with it.

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    Would it change anybody's answer if say the last 5 owners of the gun committed suicide with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 48dodge View Post
    Would it change anybody's answer if say the last 5 owners of the gun committed suicide with it?
    Nope...still not the guns fault as to what it was used for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 48dodge View Post
    Would it change anybody's answer if say the last 5 owners of the gun committed suicide with it?
    Not one bit... again long as I didn't have ties to them. What others do don't mean I'll do. Superstitious I'm not.

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