Ron Dixon acted the way any of us would have -- if, that is, we had the same courage. He pointed his 9 mm and fired. Dixon shot the intruder he had found rummaging through his 2-year-old son`s room in his home in the Canarsie section of Brooklyn, N.Y. For that, Dixon is facing jail time. His case hits at a central blind spot of gun controllers, who discount the role of guns in self-defense and consider almost any discharge of a weapon a moral offense. For the Brooklyn district attorney, a gun is a gun is a gun, whether it`s wielded by a punk or by Ron Dixon.
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