I was just sorting out some old ephemera yesterday and ran across a newspaper (I think early 2000s) that mentioned the hassle of seizing guns, what to do with the numerous guns they’d gotten. And I’m in gun-friendly PA.
The right of the citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State shall not be questioned.
I was told by a gun shop owner in PA years ago that with this statement in the PA Constitution it clearly means any legislator can and should be ARRESTED if they submit any bill that could directly of indirectly negatively impacted the possession or procurement of any firearms, ammunition, associated parts or support supplies.
Umm, that's what shall not infringe means you fed legislators.
Guess I mixed it up with some of the older stuff. I just googled PA law enforcement gun storage and got this:
Point is they’re fretting about where to store all these guns, not about the citizenry resisting.
Some are eventually returned to their owners, others not.
In any case, a PFA order will make you miss your guns in central PA and this region is armed to the teeth, so the police are going to need more closets.
The Connecticut Constitution says the same thing, but that hasn’t stopped the unconstitutional laws in CT.
The liberal's response to that clear directive is that they aren't questioning it. They are just eliminating it.