Monday, November 24, 2014

Stupidest Gun Law Ever

In California, since 1923, a gun store is lawfully prohibited from showing a gun, or even a PICTURE of a gun, that shows outside the store. He sells guns, but can’t let his customers know it until they get INSIDE the store. Gun stores are now suing to have the law repealed, on First Amendment rights, not Second Amendment tights, as is usual in such suits. This is a typical example of “getting around the Constitution” used by anti-gun fools. They know they can’t BAN guns, per se, so they do everything they can to make it hard TO SELL, OR buy GUNS—or to USE them, which is the whole point of making it difficult, if not impossible to buy ammunition. Their laws become sillier and sillier to attain this goal. This one has been stupid for a long time, but gun stores are just now getting around to doing something about it. I remember a law back in the sixties against selling, buying, or USING anything that could be projected at a person in such a way as to make them uncomfortable, which made even TEAR GAS guns or pepper sprays illegal. If fully enforced, it would also cover my FIST, as IT can “be projected at a person in such a way as to make them uncomfortable.” I don’t know if they still have that law, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they do. (Second Amendment Insider)

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