Originally Posted by manta
How could they identify the target it could be a child or another innocent person. How could they shoot accurately at the intended target. How would they know if there were innocent bystanders . They have a right. People also have a right not to be shot by someone that caint see what they are shooting at.
So, you agree they have a right to an armed self-defense, good. The rest are just concerns about how someone exercises their right, and are really only for the courts to decide in the event the blind person misses.
It is easy to underestimate blind people, because we aren't blind. I will never understand how one of my college buddy's friends could play tetris, since dude was blind.