arma virumque cano (et alia)
Sounds like an anti gun prank, a dangerous one.
Are you so biased that you actually think it more likely that an anti-gun person left it there rather than an irresponsible gun owner?
If a reasonable result from the publicity and customer complaints would be to get Target to change its policy of allowing carry, that would be a reason and with the recent pile on of other stores changing their policy, it would be a reasonable result.
I would like to think that the MOMs wouldn't go to such lengths, though I cant necessarily say the same of MAIG considering their status as politicians and the number of lawbreakers that have been in its ranks. I'm sure this will be vigorously investigated and hopefully we'll find out the source of the firearm. Both sides of the issue have followers who push the envelope of propriety and the law. For example, Mr. Mark Kelly nee Giffords attempted to make a straw purchase of a rifle.
With this comment you're putting in jeopardy your classification as a reasonable pro-gun person. To even consider that the gun was left by a gun control extremist rather than an irresponsible gun owner is absurd.Referring to the man as "Mr. Mark Kelly nee Giffords" is very unlike you. It's petty and foolish. And to say that what he did was straw purchasing is ridiculous.
With universal firearms registration, determining the owner of this gun would be easy. Since you gunsuck ammosexuals have forbiddent that as a threat to your freestupidity or freedumb whatever, we may never know who did this. I am sure that some NRA wack, desiring the death of children like so many in the NRA, did it.
When a car is left where it doesn't belong, there are ways to determine whose it is. Guns should be treated the same.
Here's an interesting development. "Myrtle Beach police are asking for the public's help in locating David Dennis who is wanted for Unlawfully Carrying of a Handgun.According to a release from the Myrtle Beach Police Department, Dennis is wanted in reference to a gun that was left in the toy aisle of a local Target on May 30."http://www.carolinalive.com/sports/story.aspx?id=1057127#.U5ra87lOXIU
David Dennis, gun control fanatic pulling a stunt or simply another irresponsible gun owner?
:According to State Law Enforcement Division records, Dennis was previously charged with armed robbery in October 2013. The robbery charge was dismissed in March, but he pleaded guilty to assault and battery, second degree, according to the Horry County Public Index."http://www.myhorrynews.com/news/crime/article_cc12920c-f255-11e3-8245-0017a43b2370.html
Yes, one of your team, of course.