A Quote From Jeff Cooper

We are annoyed by the assumption on the part of certain public figures that the citizen should be able to prove the need for the citizen to acquire a means of protecting himself. The citizen’s personal needs are certainly no business of the state. Liberty, when it’s in place, grants the right of the citizen to do what he chooses, as long as he does not stamp on the rights of others. Nobody actually needs caviar or a pleasure boat or opera tickets. Whether the citizen wants these things is truly no business of the state.

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