Every American grade school student has to learn about Paul Revere's ride. What is often not learned is why the Second Amendment says "keep."
The British Army marched out of Boston to Concord to confiscate arms [ powder, shot, and swords, as well are muskets] that were stored in government arsenals by law. That started the war.
To prevent any such event in the future, the new Bill of Rights says "keep and bear" because we have a guaranteed right to keep our arms safe from the government and any restrictions are infringements.
So when some suggest that guns be stored in police stations or "safe places" and checked out for approved uses, those are definitely violations of the right to keep.