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  • beren
    +2

    Yes it would and at the same time, I don't see any. Also, this is just something I threw in there to bolster the point. Do you have any thoughts on my question?

    • spaceghoti
      +3

      Whether you consider the capacity for harm by guns a feature or a defect, safety precautions regarding guns is a relevant topic just as such precautions in cars is relevant to /t/cars. As are the topic of people lobbying against safety precautions. The difference between cars and guns in this context is that fewer people are arguing that the right to drive cars recklessly should be protected.