Colorado goes for intrusive firearm storage felony law

It should be up to you how you want to store your guns. After all, only you know your own circumstances best. Only you know whether you have kids, and whether you can trust your kids with firearms or whether you need to restrict access to them. It should be up to you whether you want a safe, a locked case, or a drawer by your bed. It should be up to you whether you store your gun loaded and ready for use in self defense, or empty and with the ammunition stored in a separate and locked compartment were you cannot get to it when you need it to save your life.

But the Colorado legislature doesn't think it should be up to you.

This entry was published Sun Mar 15 01:15:13 CDT 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-03-09 23:42:09.0. [Tweet]

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