On Tue, 18 Apr 2000, Joe Dees wrote:
> This is a false dichotomy. Those who are found not to lock up
their guns by something happening (like a kid finding one and
running around with it0 should lose the right to keep and bvear,
as they have demonstrated that they are incapable of exercising
such a right prudently and responsibly. This does not require
registration, just revocation subsequent to violations coming to light.
OK, I'd agree with that plan. However, ever gun-control advocate I've
been exposed to has wanted some sort of ability to restrict ownership
before the fact.
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