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.
I’d say yes and no because it’s our right to be able to sue who ever we want for whatever reason. In this case tho I feel like it’s only justifiable if the the fire arm is defective as in doesn’t work, something is broken, or it causes any injuries and damages due to the fire arms defects.
Guns don't make violence, people cause violence. Guns are made to defend never as an indulgence but we are not responsible for every screwed up person with out there. Everyone is responsible for themselves when it comes to guns.
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