FL: “Gun store owners have a moral and an ethical obligation to protect their gunsâ€

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  1. mountainpass

    mountainpass Under Scrutiny

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    http://wfla.com/2017/01/09/lakeland-gun-shop-burglary-has-polk-sheriff-fuming/

    Nope
     
  2. a_springfield

    a_springfield Well-Known Member

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    locks only keep honest people out.
     

  3. Feral

    Feral Active Member

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    People have a moral and ethical obligation to not be criminals.
     
  4. codegeek

    codegeek codegeek reincarnate

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  5. moe mensale

    moe mensale Well-Known Member

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    Grady Judd is one of the more supportive gun rights sheriffs in FL. He knows the ATF, not his department, sets security requirements for gun stores. Maybe he's just frustrated with all the smash & grabs going on.
     
  6. nutnless220

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    As we know, everything's different in Florida.
    Still I've never been in a Georgia Gun shop that didn't remove handguns from the case and put them in a safe or fortified room at night.
    I think it's the owners right to do what he wants to with his stuff, but I'd have a hard time looking a mom or dad in the eye after some thug broke a glass door at my business and stole a weapon from a glass case, later using it in a home invasion or crime where their sons or daughters got raped or killed. Since predators know no bounds, it could even be the owners own family that suffers.