On an April afternoon seven years ago, Joseph Landers walked out of a shop with a sandwich in one hand, a pizza in another, and a handgun holstered underneath his coat. To the 49-year-old retired machinist, it was just a normal day in which he planned have lunch with his father at home. The gun was something he carried regularly for protection. But the trip to pick up lunch turned out to be his last as a licensed gun holder in Massachusetts.
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