In an effort to have a useful discussion:
In another thread it was mentioned that the only restrictions on gun
ownership in America would be to not allow guns for felons or children.
OK. So anyone but felons and children can buy, sell, own, use, and
carry weapons of their choice.
Can they do this anywhere, anytime?
Can business owners say "No" to weapons on their property?
Can a landlord tell a tenant "No weapons on the premises"?
Can a preacher tell parishioners to leave the family hogleg at home on
Can a community require that shooting of guns be done in some sort of
safe way and place, or would the Saturday night trailer park festivities
of shooting into the air be OK?
A personal note:
Would you be open to discussions about the idea of also restricting gun
rights for the insane and the blind?
Would you be open to some sort of skills and safety testing for gun
owners and users?
Please understand: I am trying to determine where our thinking
diverges. It is clear to me that there is common ground, and that it is
useful to discover what the common ground is, so we can better
understand where we actually differ.