Nothing wrong with being drunk (but my ex was A drunk and I got pretty tired of it), but it used to be common for parents to leave kids in the car while they went in the bar to drink. That pizzes me off. IIRC in this case the kids were in the car with a loaded rifle during the drinking and one of them was dicking with it and pulled the trigger.I took your comments as anti-child endangerment, BY BEING DRUNK.
I did not see anti gun.
Agreed. I was not specific enough. Being in a mind altered state when one is the 'responsible' adult stewarding minors and firearms is an adbication of responsibility and criminal negligence. Not the gun or the booze at fault here. I blame the drunk.Nothing wrong with being drunk (but my ex was A drunk and I got pretty tired of it), but it used to be common for parents to leave kids in the car while they went in the bar to drink. That pizzes me off. IIRC in this case the kids were in the car with a loaded rifle during the drinking and one of them was dicking with it and pulled the trigger.
^^^ Idiotic nanny state BS, that nobody will read or give 2 sh about.A gun dealer must post in a prominent location a notice, in block letters not less than one inch in height, that states, “The purchaser of a firearm has an obligation to store firearms in a safe manner and to prevent unsupervised access to a firearm by a minor.
So my guns have a "device" which prevents Jedi Knights from using the Force from operating my guns that they do not have access to...so I'm good then..." (b) A device incorporated into the design of the firearm that is designed to prevent the operation of the firearm by any person not having access to the device.
That would be like politicians coming with a "uphold the constitution" feature in order to get elected. They just don't seem to exist but somehow still get elected.Cable locks and trigger locks are not "incorporated into the design" of a firearm.
No firearm currently made has such a feature. Tho they WANT to make "smart" guns which would. Maybe this a stealth way to bring that about???
Or maybe that part of the law that says the bgc information will be destroyed after the time elapse isn't really being followed and that data is being copied onto a "backup database" for long term.Maybe anti gun liberals, conspiracy theorists, or newbs think that a BGC at time of purchase in Oregon is a gun registration.
That's been my line since the brown/Buehler votes were tallied way back when. Those folks don't ever seem to step foreward and apologize.I hope all those gun owners who when they had a chance to vote for someone running against Kate, who said the other person was not "good enough" are still happy they helped Kate win.