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Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Colorado, again


The "inherently dangerous instrumentality" tort principle is what finally brought the tobacco industry to litigative and regulatory heel ("no safe use"). The analogy here is, yes, just a tad imperfect, but close enough for meaningful comparison in that the sole purpose of a firearm is that of the damage or destruction of the objects—living or inanimate—impacted by the projectiles it targets and launches.

And, yeah, I know, we don't care about beer bottles, road signs, or paper targets. Still...

You won't find me shedding any tears over the inconveniencing of "gun enthusiasts."

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