By Tom Knighton
When I was a kid, my father took me to my first gun show. I remember seeing all the assortment of guns and decided I wanted to collect firearms. I wanted a whole lot of them because they’re fascinating devices. Their functions not only interest me, but the aesthetics of them are intriguing as well.
In short, I want all the guns.
Unfortunately, I live in a world where the word “survivor” seems to convey some special status on people, which matters because one such survivor thinks there should be limits on the total number of guns owned by anyone.
A Las Vegas Strip shooting survivor says despite the fact the FBI found no specific motive by the gunman, he shouldn’t have have been able to stockpile the weapons he used to kill 58 people and injure almost 900.
Stephanie Dobyns Welleck of San Francisco reacted to an FBI final report on Tuesday, saying there should be limits on the number of guns that one person should own.
Police reported finding 23 rifles and a handgun in the Mandalay Bay hotel rooms from which [the killer] fired into a concert crowd in October 2017.
Twenty-five more weapons were found in [his] homes in …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms