that's begging the question. You're assuming that it's cheating to not pay taxes and then using that to justify the violence.
i'll say it yet again: we have the right to exchange freely with one another. If you have a product or service that i desire and i have something that you desire and we agree to make an exchange we ought to be free to make this exchange without threat of violence from a 3rd party.
This right is obviously suspended under a system that involves taxation. sure, i can avoid taxation by not making the transaction, but that transaction is my right.
imagine if there was a tax on speech. you would (hopefully) say that's crazy. we have the right to free speech, it can't be taxed. that's true. and we also have the right to the fruits of our labor. and we have the right to freely transact with one another. so why would you be against a tax on free speech but not free exchanges?
What basic rights did my example forego? Guess what, even when you don't pay your taxes you are STILL entitled to all the rights our Constitution guarantees, up to your conviction date that is.
If you appropriately pay as determined by the voluntary agreement you enter into when you become employed or open a business, then the guns would never have to come out then would they?
See JL the guns only show up when you cheat, and usually WELL AFTER you have had a chance to correct your "oversights". How many people who go to jail for tax evasion do you think were "SHOCKED" when the IRS showed up at their door? NONE! They got greedy and got caught... simple as that.