But what about if next week or month it’s Robert Smith in a Dallas suburb, a veteran and avid gun collection and target shooter? Say, busy body neighbor “sees something”, sees Robert packing up several guns on Saturday morning to go shooting. The next day police bang on his door, demanding he come out, maybe they take a more aggressive approach since Robert reportedly has an arsenal. Robert, like many of us, say our guns are legal, none of their business, and no to entry. The police, now armed with explosives, cut short any discussion by sending one in and killing Robert. Robert with his dozen guns and several thousand rounds of ammo is dead. End of story. One can write that many ways but it is not hard to imagine some gun-hating police chief, armed with California, New York, or other laws, taking such an approach.
“Say, busy body neighbor sees something, sees Robert packing up several guns on Saturday morning to go shooting”
Unfortunatly, Robert made the mistake of thinking that even though he was perfectly legal to do what he did, he took no precaution to alleviate suspicion from the neighborhood block captain that he was a terrorist.
When moving guns from the house to the car, wrap them in blankets and carry them like they are something other than what they are. Just a precaution to keep stupidity from happening.