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Lately the threat of losing healthcare has been looming over millions of Americans. While access to affordable healthcare may be at risk, guns remain widely accessible to anyone and everyone. Since they’re so bountiful, you may want to try a gun in an emergency rather than resort to our healthcare system for safe and affordable care. Here’s how to heal yourself with guns when you don’t have access to any of that stuff any more Apply a gun to the wound. When you’re wounded and can’t afford the massive fees of a hospital visit, simply apply a gun to the wound. If you don’t already own a gun, no worries! Buying a gun costs way less than seeking medical attention and works almost as well. Hold the gun against your wound until bleeding…
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