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Gun aboard could get you in hot water

A past commander of Florida's Cape Coral U.S. Power Squadron explains in a special commentary to his local newpaper the ins and outs of carrying a gun on board a vessel.

"I can equate a boat that can be claimed as a second home to the premise that your home is your castle, however, you could be charged if you answer your front door brandishing a firearm," he writes.

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