posted on Jan, 15 2013 @ 08:40 AM
I'll go a step further.
Many target shooters will keep their paper targets or spent shell casings from a gun they have fired. Keeping such ephemera can be used as a sign of
OCD, especially if the collection can be called hoarding. And hoarding could be called on any stockpile of ammunition above what the State of NY
It could also be said that anyone wishing to keep such lethal objects despite the growing trend of rejection of such objects is an indication of a
dangerous individual, perhaps even with obsessive or pathological tendencies. People are even casually labeled as "gun nuts".
There is a real danger to allowing the government having absolute control to what is subjective opinion. Stamp and coin collections may be considered
okay, normal and healthy. Gun collections might not, even if based on historical significance. And the people making those decisions are appointed
mental health officials. Who are appointed (and retained on the payroll) by the very people creating and endorsing this legislation. See how that