I locked my dads for arm away. He’s arguing to get it back for self defense at his business. Please read details & answer ?
My father works at a business that honestly does need some kind of protection like pepper spray, taser, etc. I been there & a weapon is possibly useful for self defense. But he has left the gun loaded twice, he’s a drunk also so I don’t trust him. My brother & mom don’t either but he creates huge arguments & I know he’s going to make one if I say no again. My mom is telling me to just give it to him and make him keep it at work. But I don’t trust him, I have told him several times to keep it locked but he doesn’t. It has gone off once in the house before too When he was unloading it but he claims “ it’s ok” bc he had it pointed down
- Anonymous9 months ago
Give him his firearm minus the bullets, of course. Keep the bullets locked up. This will be a temporary fix but it's worth the effort.
- STEVEN FLv 79 months ago
His reason doen't matter, This is a CONFESSION to theft.YOU are legally wrong, even if he shouldn't be allowed to have a gun.
For the record, NOT keeping a gun intended for sell defense would be irresponsible.
- PatLv 79 months ago
What the hell is a "for arm"?