A. He's a great guy. B. His family is sequestered elsewhere. They are fine. C. He's in a field and job that is flatly essential to the CV-19 fight, not a doctor but he's in the medical area and he must go to the office every day. D. He lives in spectacular home that is full of millions of dollars of art. Educated guess, in normal times his home would be worth $2.5-3.0MM and his art double that. For now he has a security guard who more or less lives there during the day 5x per week. My neighbor is there most of the time the guard is not. D1. The house being spectacular is much of the problem. Anyone including BG's can see some of his art through glass from the street. He has a long skinny glass walled walkway between the house and garage that is nothing short of a security fail IMO. So he's worried. He's never owned any gun although he's fired a few. I've taken him to the range a couple of times in recent months. Yesterday he asked if he could borrow a G-19 and some ammo. Considerations: A. I have three G-19s. Including a Gen. 2 that is near perfect in function and a holster. B. I have a fair enough bit of 9mm ammo. I'm thinking I will do it but only if the buys the gun and ammo? Thoughts and ideas?