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Apartment Complex Tells Tenants They Have to Get Rid of Their Guns – or They’ll be Forcibly Removed

•, Rob Richardson
 From Gun free zones, to businesses who don’t allow people to carry a gun in their stores, it’s becoming harder and harder to protect yourself in this country.

The latest in a long line of craziness comes out of Colorado, where an apartment complex is telling residents that they need to get rid of their guns, or they will be forcibly evicted from the premises.

According to KUSA-TV in Colorado, The Oakwood Apartments in Castle Rock, Colorado, run by Ross Management Company, sent out a notice to all residents saying they will be enacting a new policy that would ban residents from owning and storing a firearm in their own apartments. The new policy, which is set to take effect on October 1st, would ban residents from keeping any type of firearm in their own residence.

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"The new provision went out to residents Aug. 1 and quickly triggered an emergency board of directors meeting with the Douglas County Housing Partnership which owns the Oakwood Apartments. Since the apartments are public housing, purchased with federal funds and supported with taxpayer dollars, the gun ban provision will no longer be moving forward."