Aren’t the gun-grabbers always telling us that a gun-owner is far more likely to shoot himself of a family memeber than an intruder?
This case is a little of both!
You're correct. And this will probably go into the column of people who are shot with their own gun during a crime, and used as an argument against gun ownership . . . "A person with a gun is X times more likely to have the gun taken away and used against him during a violent crime than to protect himself with the gun."
It's an Alice in Wonderland approach to gun control, but then most of the invented statistics gun grabbers use are nonsense, anyway.