George Lyon says he wants a gun in his home because it`s his constitutional right. Tom Palmer says he used a gun to ward off a beating. And Gillian St. Lawrence says her shotgun is useless because it has to be unloaded and have its trigger locked. They are among the six city residents who successfully challenged the District`s long-standing gun law, winning a major ruling Friday in a case that could reach the Supreme Court.
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