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    “That said, people who exercise their right to bear arms also bear a moral responsibility to keep them safely away from others. They should be stored unloaded and locked in safes, not under the bed or in a cookie jar where kids or others can easily get hold of them. Loaded, unsecured weapons in the house are far more likely to be instruments of tragic accidents than self-defense.”

    Well, sometimes yes, sometimes no. Like using those plastic caps to cover electrical outlets: a good idea if there is an inquisitive under-five (by five, should be trained) or equivalent (mental disorder), possibly some types of pet, but not to the extent of requiring a law enforceable without justification.

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