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fussnfeathers wrote:That particular type of stupidity is already legislated. Weapons are required to be locked up, in most places with a trigger guard as well, ammunition in a seperate place, also locked. Idiot left it on a table, near the computer his child plays games on, loaded.
fussnfeathers wrote:Where would you get the idea I'm liberal? I'm far from it, BTW.
I keep forgetting about the south, I've never really been there much. No, you don't need a permit for much (Vermont doesn't either, we can evey carry concealed here, BUT if it's not directly under my control, the gun and ammon have to be stored seperately, local laws)
Both of us can get nailed if we can't show "proper defense" (that's what its called up here, anyway) and AFAIK, you can't carry your weapons without a permit to. Neither of us can carry a handgun if we're drunk. Forget about taking it to the bar, buddy.
That's beside the point. Do you leave any of those guns within reach of a child and a video game that just happens to have a gun shaped controller? If you do.........hm. Good luck with that.
c327 wrote:States vary drastically and it's not a red neck thingy, it's all over. The thing is to be aware of the laws and abide by them. Make sure you know when you are allowed to use deadly force and not find out the hard way after you make a big mistake. And last but not least something that is called responsible ownership of a deadly weapon. The idiot that left a loaded firearm with in reach of a child should be a felony violation as far as I'm concerned and he or she should resting in jail for having allowed such a thing to happen.
fussnfeathers wrote:Well, except for the morons I've caught in my back yard at 3am looking for deer.......by shining a light in my bedroom window........
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