The majority of TTAG’s Armed Intelligentsia believe that the United Staes Constitution is all the “paperwork” a citizen should need to keep and bear arms. Despite Playboy’s reticence and strategic danger, many of our readers consider Open Carry the best way to defend and extend Americans’ gun rights, both personally and politically. Some go further, arguing that citizens who’ve paid their debt to society (i.e., served their time in jail) should have their gun rights restored. So where do you draw the line? Is this [via sfgate.com] acceptable? “Alameda County’s agreement to allow gun sales at the county fairgrounds in Pleasanton, with firearms tethered to display tables, won a federal appeals court’s approval Friday, signaling an end to a 12-year lawsuit by gun-rights advocates.” Never surrender, baby steps or both?