Letter to the Editor: Make people responsible

Regarding HB 63, I personally know of a couple living in Dover who were concerned that their teenage sons might get control of the pistol they had for home protection. Their decision was to take the pistol apart and hide the parts.

Fast forward one night, they were awakened by somebody trying to get in the front door. Obviously the pistol was of no use because the parts were not available in their bedroom so their only choice was to confront the intruder. Fortunately he fled.

What are you going to do if you have to go to your safe and enter the combination to get to your gun? Have these politicians looked at the scenarios that could happen. People should be responsible for their own actions.

Andy Andrew

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