No, it's our ability to understand history. I don't want to join a gun club or partake in competitions. At that point it ceases to be a right and becomes a privilege. Maybe I want to shoot targets in my own back yard. Why the hell should I not be allowed if I have the land to do so? I live in near the city and completely understand why I can't and shouldn't do that. All my bullets would end up in my neighbors house. With great rights come great responsibilities and rights are only to be lost when you treat them irresponsibly. A fraction of a fraction of guns are used irresponsibly. Why should a million people have to lose their rights do to the actions of a hundred?
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