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  1. On 1/6/2022 at 10:26 PM, MrTriple said:

     

     

     

    I find this part confusing. Upon my initial reading (and my re-reading today) this seems to imply that FFLs must certify that they follow safe storage requirements in the normal course of business. Not the customers to whom they sell.

     

    That strikes me as...unnecessary. What FFL doesn't follow safe storage rules, even if only for pragmatic business purposes (loss prevention)?


    The Outdoorsman in Zion(?) comes to mind. 

  2. You could keep a burner phone in your car with one of those location tracking apps. If it was stolen, you could give the police the location in real time, like that LoJack device used to. 

     

    Valuable items that are difficult and expensive to replace. Especially if it’s how you earn a living. That would be a tough situation to be in, coming across someone carrying your stuff in the street. 

  3. On 11/3/2021 at 4:14 PM, starwatcher said:

    I haven't listened to everything yet.

     

    One thing that stood out to me is the subway attack example, yet no justice brought up Lozito v. New York City.

     

    Just because police are in the area, that means nothing since they have no duty to protect or help you.

    I was listening to an analysis of the arguments and the jist here was that a crowded city, because of higher crime, has a greater need for allowing citizens to arm themselves for protection. 

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