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The people should be able, however, to reasonably ask why trigger locks, assault-style weapons restrictions, gun show loopholes, safe storage requirements, and stronger registration and background check laws (which have been repeatedly and staunchly opposed by groups such as the NRA) can't even be a part of the conversation.

Because, when seconds matter, the police are minutes away. Repeatedly diverting the conversation away from what matters to try to get controls on the people who don't need them empowers the parasites and predators.

I'm a gun owner

Righhhhhtttt.

1HF
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