We have probably all heard the joke about gun control or variations thereof where someone says something like "the only gun control I believe in is when I have control of a gun." My question is whether any of the high capacity lovers have thought about the possibility of their gun being wrested from them in a scuffle and turned on them. I don't remember the statistics on accuracy, but let's just say for example that someone is able to achieve 50% accuracy under stress. That's probably not realistic (correct me if I'm wrong). So now let's say that you have a gun with 17 round capacity. That would be about 8 accurate shots . And once again being generous, let's say all 8 shots so far have been accurate and effective. Yes 8 shots into the average person should be more than enough. But what if it's not? What if the BG attacks you and takes control of your gun? Are you concerned about those eight rounds that are now under the command of the BG? I know that this question is somewhat unrealistic with a lot of "what if?" . But I thought it might be interesting to consider.