I can see how this would get any store owners whose forms are missing in hot water.
At the risk of drawing down preemptive confiscation of them, I suggest another page from the Sons of Liberty playbook:
“They wuz dressed as Injuns (though the Guy Fawkes injun seemed to be in charge, now as I think about it)! I did not resist ‘cause it seemed useless to do so, we was outnumbered and outgunned and could only watch in horror as they broke open our filing cabinets...”
or: “way I see it, anyone who purchased a firearm here coulda done it. Only thing is, can’t tell you who those people were anymore - ‘ceptin’ for Andy, of course - but you know all about him anyway; he practically put JoBelle through school. Was just thinking about upgrading to offsite security cam storage, but the tapes went up too.”
We should be careful about making any actual such suggestions. It is imperative to protect the lives and livelihoods of the dealers and employees, who have been on the front line between us and the grabbers/infringers already. So, CodeToad, I think your later comment is pushing it a bit. But we must be aware that any attempt to confiscate forms 4473 and so forth, would be an ominous sign.
It is exactly how I see it going down. Magically the keys, safe combos, etc., are known to the Injuns that just burned it all up while the poor store owner was at home asleep.