Senate Bill 3757, or A5647 in the General Assembly, is currently making its way through the New Jersey State Legislature. While it’s billed as a law that’s set to address the “safe storage” of firearms, in actuality it’s nothing short of an outright attack on lawful gunowners and their right to defend themselves inside of their home or business. To add insult to injury, the law as currently written applies only to “legal” gunowners. While it’s certainly possible that this is simply a miswording on the part of the bill’s authors, it’s hard not to view it as a direct attack on law-abiding gunowners in the Garden State.
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