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Old February 6, 2009, 10:13 AM   #4
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Massachusetts law requires firearms to be locked in a cabinet when not in the gun owner's possession. It also requires trigger locks.
Not true.

Also, Kelley said, while the Supreme Court decision did rule that outright gun bans are unconstitutional, it did allow "wiggle room" for laws that prevent accidents.

"Are you allowed to have a whole arsenal of machine guns?" Kelley said. "Is there no law the commonwealth can have to protect the public?"
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