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  1. Hal_10000

    I actually don’t mind stuff like this. The ad people are neutral on legislation as far as I know. They just want to encourage people to lock up their guns. I’m fine with that as long as they stay out of the legislation game.

    Certainly much better than those Everytown lying bastards.

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  2. Xetrov

    Number 4 of their “Code” requires clarification.

    http://www.takeonthecode.com/code.html

    “I will keep all of my guns unloaded, locked and properly stored when not in use.”

    Does that extend to the gun I use for home defense? That gun is loaded, and properly stored in a quick access safe if it is not on my person. The terms “unloaded, locked and properly stored” together seem to indicate even if I have it in a safe, they want it unloaded as well. I won’t agree to that. A baseball bat is better protection than an unloaded gun.

    According to an article I found(http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2013/10/daniel-zimmerman/coonan/), they also used to have this on their Facebook’s “About” page:

    to unite concerned citizens working toward common sense reform. We are about action. We understand that the Second Amendment guarantees the right to keep and bear arms—just not ALL arms.

    Now it’s been changed to other things about personal responsibility instead of talking about “common sense reform” or taking action, or not ALL arms. Seems fishy.

    Seems kinda twitchy to me. If they really wanted to be an unbiased third voice, why instead of just “Tales of Dumbassery” on their website, don’t they also include stories where gun owners used their guns in a responsible manner?

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