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Old 01-26-2013, 17:54   #14
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Originally Posted by RussP View Post
This is a bit more of a slippery slope. In order to prove negligence, you need an acceptable standard that was neglected.
Sure, a minimum standard would have to be established. It would have to be proven that the stolen guns were not protected by a reasonable method to secure them. The definition of reasonable for something as simple as a firearm security device shouldn't be so difficult. Use your imagination. A closet with a dead-bolt lock comes to mind. A gun case equipped with a padlocked cable attached to an eye bolt in the wall.

The proof that you had the device would be the existence of the device for anyone to see.
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