A gun seller is simply providing a product;
If I sell you a stick of gum and you go home and choke to death on it, am I liable.
The Last thing you want is to allow attorneys in on Rights,
That's half the problem we have today... Attorneys questioning logic and finding fault where there is none.
Guns are dangerous, ...
Horses are dangerous... What, should Christopher Reed have had the right to sue the person that sold him the horse he fell off of and broke his neck? Of Course not;
It what is called a tragedy; an accident; all terrible; but we can't all walk around with airbags on our chest.
I had a neighbor who when he was a child of 7 would ride his horse a number of miles to school around 1920's with a 22 caliber rifle and put it in the coat room at school; If he saw something to shoot and bring home for dinner he would;
Any relative that visits us I show them how to shoot so long as they are big enough to lift the barrel;
Should there be access to learning for those who do not have someone to show them? Yes;
Schools, Boy Scouts, Gun clubs, and even Stores can and do give access to lessons.
Not to say insurance is a bad thing, where it can be afforded to assist if there is an accident.
But that is not the same as "adverse" liability.
We are talking about a item of greater good that bad thing can happen if used incorrectly;
Leave a hammer on top of a ladder, and you will more than likely experience a headache when you move the ladder;
When you concider that MILLIONS of guns in America killed NO ONE yesturday, or any day in the last 20 years; We have some pretty responsible people in the US;
The only thing that could cause a issue, is where the Federal or state governments try to abuse their powers, impoverish us or place us under arbitrary power... Which sadly is exactly what they are doing at the prodding on of all the state born EXCLUSIVE PRIVILEGED ENTITIES (Corporations, Unions, Special Interests, non delegated federal and state bureaucracies, Un-enumerated Taxation, Zoning etc) that have been benefiting from the corruption.
John Locke: #201. "It is a mistake to think this fault is proper only to monarchies. Other forms of government are liable to it as well as that; for wherever the power that is put in any hands for the government of the people and the "preservation of their properties" is applied to "other ends", and made use of to IMPOVERISH, HARASS, or SUBDUE THEM to the ARBITRARY and irregular commands of those that have it, THERE IT PRESENTLY BECOMES TYRANNY, whether those that thus use it are one or many. Thus we read of the thirty tyrants at Athens, as well as one at Syracuse; and the intolerable dominion of the Decemviri at Rome was nothing better."
See John Locke on Civil Government: http://www.pacificwestcom.com/oregonpatriotparty/Locke_Civil...
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John Locke #201, 202, 212 to 232; Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions 1798; Virginia Ratifying Convention 6-16-1788; Rights of the Colonists 1772.