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Old December 19, 2012, 05:37 PM   #114
Join Date: April 3, 2009
Location: Metro Detroit Area, Michigan
Posts: 67
Safe Firearm Storage
It is your responsibility to ensure that your firearms and ammunition are stored safely and securely at all times. You must take any necessary steps to prevent unauthorised access, so far as is reasonably possible. A gun cabinet is required - specification BS 7558 (1992) - and it must be secured to the fabric of a building.

If you are moving your firearm and ammunition by vehicle then it must be hidden from direct view and stored within a locked box or secured to an anchorage point.

PS Seems reasonable to me.

I agree. And like I said, NOTHING is a failsafe. Seatbelts aren't either, but does that mean we must throw a fit over enforcement of seatbelt laws? I don' think it's unreasonable.
"If someone's personality changes when they carry a gun, they should leave it at home." - Catfishman
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