This is the occasion for Michael Schulman at The New Yorker to pose somewhat snarky questions to Thomas H. King, president of the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association about 'where to hide your rifles'.
We do learn, though, just in case you were wondering, about a few bad ideas for gun storage.
One place to avoid: the refrigerator. “It would probably cause rust because of the moisture.”Very helpful.
I like King's responses at the end:
King, who lives about thirty-five miles from Gillibrand’s house, added that he owns rifles himself, but wouldn’t say how many (“That’s none of your business”) or where he keeps them (“That’s none of your business, either”). He did confirm, however, that they are not under his bed.
In Germany, in case you're interested in these things, the law requires all firearms to be stored, unloaded, in safes. The ammunition has to be kept seperately (and not in the refrigerator).
Where the safe resides?
None of your business.