Absolutely not. This is asinine and comparable to suing a hammer maker because you smashed your thumb. Even if someone smashed someone elses thumb, on purpose. It is not the fault of the tool maker. It is the responsibility of each person to handle those tools appropriately. Decisions come with consequences. Use a tool for harm, and that person should deal with those consequences, not a company who made it.
Firearms dealers should only be dealt with legally if they sold someone a gun without going through the proper process.
If a dealer sells a weapon they should 1st do extensive background and mental health checks but then again sometimes people who are out of their mind go undetected so if they do a background and mental health check and it comea back clear and the person is actually suffering mental health and crimes they havent been caught doing how is that the dealers fault I feel that before weapons can be sold before someone purchases a weapon they should first have to be cleared by a mental health provider not just a written application but actually be cleared by a mental health provider
No! IT is not the dealer's fault. His job is to sell weapons that's it! whatever the customer did with the weapon he sold them, does not reflect on the person who sold the gun to that person. The dealer in most cases was doing his job that's it! it's like saying someone bought a TV from me and for some reason he decided to assault someone with it. Yet again it's not my fault that he beat somebody up with a TV. when I sold it to him it was no longer mine. it was his.
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