Thursday, February 23, 2006


We all have a choice. Adhere to gun safety guidelines or shoot our friends in the face. That seems pretty simple. But what about places where the choice is out-lawed?

Some states in the union want mandatory non-compliance with gun safety guidelines to become a conditional voluntary practice in most cases, with hardly an exception for extraordinary lapses in safety. How could this happen? What if someone is forced to not comply with the customary safety practices by a relative in an involuntary or violent manner? Then who’s not being safe? And whose safety is at risk? The gun or the gun-owner?

And if this happens here, what about in other countries? How can we take a strong stand against China, where safety rules are forced on its citizens, when we continue to buy guns made there?

Who could even read the safety manual?


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