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Shields stop physical things.. fionwe1987 Send a noteboard - 01/08/2011 05:16:28 AM
They've been shown to do that in the books. Not to mention that in the time it would take someone to pull out a gun, aim, and shoot, Voldemort could transfigure the bullets or the gun or the person himself. Guns are way too slow, and completely useless.
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