If You Want To Prevent Safe Storage Laws, Don’t Do This
By Tom Knighton
Throughout the nation, there’s a push for a number of gun laws. One popular with anti-gunners and those who understand little about personal defense are so-called “safe storage” laws. These laws require firearms to be locked up when not in use. The idea is to prevent them from being stolen or misused by children who shouldn’t have access to them anyway.
These laws are popular in many places, and there’s a reason for that.
It’s because some of our fellow gun owners do stuff like this:
In Springfield, a thief breaking into a car was caught on camera. The man hit a house just off East Sunshine, behind the old Ruby’s Market.
The homeowner caught the whole thing on his surveillance system. Now, the homeowner says the guy has his two pistols, among other items.
“I called out to my wife and asked did you leave the garage door open? Well, of course not, ya know… so now we’re thinking maybe the leaves had blown in and it didn’t shut all the way and stupid us didn’t check to see if it closed all the way,” explained [Name removed for reasons to become clear]. He didn’t double check, but a thief did. …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms