The world is filled with people with some sort of disability. Many of these are things that many people feel are the result of their own faults, but to most of us, they are the result of a disability. That said, I’ve seen a lot of people with disabilities who don’t realize how disabilities can affect their lives. Disability can be viewed as a spectrum, with different degrees of severity. Some disabilities are subtle, others are severe.
One of the first things a person with a disability does to try to be taken seriously is to prove that they are not inferior to a non-disabled person. This is often accomplished by having some form of disability which shows that they have some sort of ability that the non-disabled person cannot have. Many people with disabilities are able to do things that the non-disabled person cannot do. For example, a person with Down Syndrome can legally purchase a gun.
I’m all for diversity, but I am not comfortable with someone like this being able to legally purchase a gun. I also am uncomfortable with a person who claims to have Down Syndrome, but is obviously not allowed to have a gun because of that. I am also uncomfortable with someone claiming to be disabled, but that they cannot buy a gun because they have Down Syndrome because of that.
This is why I am not comfortable with this being a reality for any of us. It’s like someone claiming to be disabled, then when the reality sets in is that they are legally permitted to purchase a gun, but they couldn’t legally buy a gun anyway because of a disability. (Or possibly they could have bought a gun and had it registered in a certain state but they wanted to keep it in case it came into conflict with state laws).
The Down Syndrome gun issue is a big one, and I think it has more to do with the fact that many people have the same issue. For instance, a lot of people with Down Syndrome are still forced to buy a gun because it is a legal requirement. There are also other factors like the fact that many people with Down Syndrome have never been trained to handle a gun (or they are too lazy to learn). That can obviously make them more likely to use a gun inappropriately.
The law is also a bit complicated. In California, the person who is the legal owner of a gun can, without a background check, purchase a handgun without a license. The state does require that a handgun be registered with the state, and the owner must be at least 25 years old. These laws are enforced by the National Rifle Association.
Down Syndrome have never been trained to handle a gun or they are too lazy to learn. That can obviously make them more likely to use a gun inappropriately.
A lot of people, with Down Syndrome or with any sort of disability, can’t legally buy a gun. So they are more likely to take up the guns of someone with a gun than someone without a gun. But if you want to avoid any possibility of having your family shot, you can get a license to buy a gun. The main problem is figuring out what to do about the situation.
The only real way to avoid getting your family killed is to not have them as part of your life. You don’t want your kids around people who kill your family. So, if you’re going to get a license to buy a gun, you have to decide what kind of gun you want and what kind of people you want to use it on. Then you’ll know what to do if you ever find yourself in a situation where you need a gun.
It’s a little weird because I’ve had a couple of guns over the years that I didn’t use. So I would say the only way you can be really sure is if you know what you’re doing. A license to buy a gun is just an additional piece of paper that says you can buy a gun. The only real thing you can do is to get a gun and put it to good use. A gun is a tool that can help you do a lot of different things.