The frustration with many is the lack of consequences. The truck was probably stripped within 8 hours, all gear gone. Is it worth shooting someone? To each his/her own. A couple months ago I was in the kitchen, at the window, looking out at the street when two teens walked up to the edge of the street directly next to our home, 25 feet away from my window, with bottles, rags stuck in the top, and they were trying to light the rags with some effort. Purpose? Don't really know. Don't really care. As they fumbled around I acquired a Winchester Defender, walked out the front door and loaded a round. That sound... that distinctive sound of a chambered round, got their attention. The only thing I said was "it's time to make really smart decisions". They looked at me, they looked at the shotgun and took off running. Don't know who they were, where they went but they have never been back. Never have seen them again. Would I have shot them for firebombing my home. You bet. And they knew it. I have some liberal friends who, when hearing the story, remarked that I should have tried to council and educate the youths, nurturing their perspective with constructive criticism. I told the libs that is exactly what I did. There needs to be consequences. There is a fine line between a civil society and absolute mayhem. The lack of respect, ability to follow the law and our "leaders" inability to stand up to offenders with no thought for victims needs to end. Sorry about that libs... actually, I'm not.