Guidelines For Kosher Gun Laws

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Charles Heller and Alan Korwin

This is JPFO's position and we remind our readers that JPFO vigorously supports "common-sense gun legislation" like this:, but no so-called "gun control" that seeks to disarm and harm innocent people.

"Kosher" means something is good to eat,
or more commonly, something that is proper.

JPFO believes that some guns laws are good,
needed, serve a valid purpose, and are just
plain old common-sense gun laws. They're kosher.
All the rest should be tossed in the ocean.

The next time somebody tells you
they want "sensible" gun laws, say, Good!
There are five, and you should be able to list them all.

1. If you criminally misuse a gun, your gun rights can be severed.

2. People who are mentally unfit to handle their own affairs may not bear arms.

3. Until the age of 18, your gun rights come from your parents.

4. You are responsible for the outcome of every shot you fire.

5. Because the G-d given right of self defense is inviolate, anyone who under color of law denies or attempts to deny your civil right to arms, pays a stiff fine and goes to prison.

JPFO stands firmly in favor of reasonable and common-sense gun law, and has identified the perfect balance between common-sense public-safety issues, and preserving the right of everyone to keep and bear the arms of their choice without infringement.


(1) A person placed under arrest for any crime can be disarmed for at least the duration of the detention. Punishment for criminal misuse must be commensurate with harm caused. Reasonable means for rights restoration must be available.
(2) "Mentally unfit" requires a court determination, due process, and a reasonable means of rights restoration.
(3) Parents bear responsibility for their minor-age children.
(4) All of these guidelines include marksmanship, self defense, misses and unintentional discharges.
(5) See federal felonies for civil-rights denial: 18 USC §241, §242, §1001, and 42 USC §1983.

American Handunner Article. (Also, archived on JPFO.)


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