When you said "I assume if one carries, one is prepared to kill, yes?"
and Penn answered "If someone breaks into my home, then yes."
and then you ask her "You personal belongings (not human) are worth killing for?"
I am sorry but this is question isn't spurring on conversation. It more like an assaulting Penn's character.
If a woman is home and someone is breaking into her house, I don't think they would be thinking of their "personal belongings".