Right to keep and bear arms.

The right of the individual to keep and bear arms for the protection of property, chastity, life, the integrity of the body and all of the rights and liberties of the inhabitants of and visitors to the lands covered by this Bill shall only be denied to those who by their criminal behaviour have shown themselves to be unwilling to respect the rights and liberties of others or to those who are suffering from a mental illness that has rendered them incapable of exercising that right in a manner that respects the rights and liberties of their fellow inhabitants of these lands.

This right will again be acknowledged when they prove themselves to be able again to respect the rights and liberties of all others covered by this Bill.

No other infringements of this right are allowed.

 

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