Originally Posted By FunYun1983:
To clear something up, your property is your property, until you open it to the public.
Ever noticed that to open a business you need a licenses? Ever notice that to obtain those licenses you need to comply with lots of safety regulations? This is the community setting standards for places that are open to the public. The idea is that no one has the time, or even the ability or knowledge of how to do everything. We simplify this by creating regulations that you must follow to do certain things.
Its only natural progression that if I have the right to protect myself, and you don't want me to, that you take on that responsibility.
Basically, you better have a solution to a problem that you create.
So again, it is your position that you having a gun is providing a safe place?
What if you get killed anyway? What if 12 armed guys lay siege to the place and they kill everyone including you even if you were armed with a SAW? Sounds a little ridiculous when it progresses to the "natural progression" of what "could" happen.