In a libertarian society, where do you draw the line for private ownership of weapons?
Every libertarian probably supports basic gun rights (meaning the right own pistols, shotguns, hunting rifles, assault rifles, etc.), but does your conception of freedom stretch beyond that? Should citizens be allowed to own full auto M60 light machine guns? Rocket launchers? Grenades/bombs? Chemical weapons? If someone in a libertarian utopia has the money and the piloting skills, can they buy a stealth bomber or an AC-130? Surely, you don’t support private ownership of nuclear weapons, right? Where do you draw the line? Or is there even a line at all? I’m not trying to be glib here; I’m genuinely curious about the philosophy and its bounds.
Article from r/Libertarian: For a Free Society