During a Facebook online forum in February, Vice President Joe Biden gave some shocking shoot from the hip security advice:
The problem is that such advice is illegal in Mr. Biden's home state of Delaware as there are strict regulations on guns that a citizen can shoot on his property. According to former Delaware Deputy Attorney General John Garvey: "In Delaware, you have to be in fear of your life to use deadly force...You cannot use deadly force to protect your property."
Aside from the legal implication of this scattershot in the dark strategy, it is more challenging for petite women to use a shotgun rather than other weapons. And the gun grabbers' desire to limit ammunition, both by shrinking magazines on semi-automatics as well as ammunition shortages, put a home break-in victim in peril once they are effectively out of ammo.
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) offered an apt analogy for Biden's shotgun "strategery"--
Biden's shotgun strategy might be effected against a Flock of Seagulls, especially if one had good aim at the M-TV.