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.
They shouldn't sue and should sue because the gun dealer has no idea what he or she will do with the gun but from another perspective, the dealer should have made sure the gun license was real so it's kinda in the air.
That depends on how the dealer was selling, were they being responsible? Were they only thinking of money and selling to whoever for nothing but their own benefit? If every gun dealer was at the risk of being sued, even the innocents, why would they do it in the first place. why is all the systems around us so patchy?
No, because it's not the dealers fault for what the buyer does, say I go into a store and buy a can of coke, I then litter the can of coke, should the store be sued for what I have done? No, because its my choice and I should receive punishment for my own actions.
Absolutely NOT! Are victims of drunk-driving allowed to sue alcohol manufacturers? If someone is texting while driving and they injure or kill someone, can the victims sue the phone manufacturer? Maybe I better quit and stop giving people ideas.
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