- D.C. residents
This is a discussion on Safety In Defenselessness within the The Second Amendment & Gun Legislation Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; The author makes some very good points against those who think "It cannot be seriously contended that the Second Amendment, even if applicable, guarantees private ...
The author makes some very good points against those who think "It cannot be seriously contended that the Second Amendment, even if applicable, guarantees private persons a right of ownership or possession of firearms on the basis of an asserted need to resort to self-help."
Townhall.com::Safety in Defenselessness::By Jacob Sullum
"...D.C. courts have convicted residents of violating other gun regulations even when they used their weapons for self-defense. In one such case, the district argued that "self-defense would only excuse the use of the weapon, not the possession of the weapon."
Where is the logic in this? Oh, I forgot, we're talking about the District...
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Isn't that like a double negative? A contradiction in terms maybe?Safety In Defenselessness
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