Justice-One: If you could read, you would have noticed that in the thread you referenced, I said "at one time" I had this problem. I no longer do, but when I did, I did NOT keep a firearm by my bed.
So then, you disagree with the medical literature which states that there is no known cure for this disorder. You claimed to have your terrors relieved by the use of a CPAP, but you no longer use it. Therefore, there is the possibility that it could reoccur, along with your hallucinatory beliefs. Yet you are certain that you are entirely competent to own firearms, and, keep them by your bedside-- lo, even cocked at your side, and another in your lap, as you sleep.
No doubt you are so amazingly competent, that prior to your first hallucinatory episode you locked your firearms away. How thrilled your family and neighbors must have been at your prudent diligence.
And BTW, setting out tripwires around your camp when you are in the deep woods of the Pacific Northwest is NOT something that I would call insainity. You know I was not exactly camping at the local KOA campground.
Sitting with two loaded weapons, one a cocked sidearm, in a fearful state, while potentially subject to a known medical problem which causes vivid psychosis is not insanity, it is a reckless disregard for the safety of others. That you continue to justify and award yourself the competence to own and handle firearms, despite the clear indications you are not, is the insanity.
No doubt you feel that all those who suffer, or could rationally be expected to suffer, hallucinatory visions should be similarly armed-- the mentally ill and those who habitually use mind-altering drugs.