When we reported that four California gun stores, including Tracy Rifle and Pistol, had filed suit against the nation’s best-looking attorney general, Kamala Harris, because they’d been cited by the DOJ under the state’s ban on displaying images of pistols in full public view, we don’t know exactly what we pictured that the store had done to cause the kerfuffle. We just know we imagined something…smaller. However, as you can see, Tracy R&P had adorned their window with bigger-than-life graphics that leave absolutely nothing to the imagination. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Why should a lawful business selling a legal product not be able to indicate that to potential customers? While we’re not lawyers, the Golden State law prohibiting that activity would seem to be a clear-cut First Amendment infringement. But what do we know? Don’t touch that dial.