Breaking the chains of gravity
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That's not quite how Swiss law works. There's conscription, and after service you can buy your rifle at a reduced price to buying it from a gun store, but it's not compulsory. A lot of people are armed there as a result, but it's not universal.Lmao "long guns" is this supposed to sound scary or impressive? This is literally the exact kind of gun the Second Amendment protects at its deepest core. It's literally what colonists had. Nobody goes out and commits fucking crimes with "long guns." This is the kind of shit you're literally required to own by law if you're Swiss, for instance.
This is the kind of hysterical bullshit that makes me think we should all just make like Kennesaw, Georgia, and have mandatory gun ownership.
Handguns are treated the same as longarms legally. They both require filling out a weapons licence form and a small fee. Concealed carry generally isn't allowed, though. The only places in Europe that allow that for ordinary citizens are a few eastern countries like the Czechs and Lithuania.