Would you buy a firearm that's been used in a suicide? Saw an article related to this on Facebook, and it's a noggin scratcher. I'm blessed to say thus far that none of my firearms have been used to take a human life, and I hope they will never have to be used as such. So I wonder what it would be like to own a firearm that I know has been used to not only take a life, but take the previous owner's life at their own hand. On one hand, I recognize that the firearm is simply a tool and not at fault for what the owner did. So in terms of that, I am fine with it. But then there comes the stigma; this thing has seen pain and suffering to the point of no return. It's like if you've ever been to the USS Arizona Memorial or the 9/11 Memorial. There's a heaviness, a feeling of doom and gloom, that you never really can shake. I imagine you would also get that every time to looked at or felt this firearm. Here's why I say it; when I was younger, my Dad got severely injured at his jobsite. His arm got snagged on a bolt while moving up the lift outside the building he was working on and it almost took his arm off. He kept the sweater he was wearing when it happened (he simply cut the arms off it), but ever since that day, I've never been able to wear it or even really handle it for very long. Yes, my Dad is fine now, but the fact that that happened while he was wearing it (and is somewhat the cause of it happening, as it was the sweater that got snagged in the first place and drug him down). Inanimate object that was in the wrong place at the wrong time, but yet I still can't be around it. I dunno, what do you think?