“People are coming in and saying, ‘I want to buy a gun today,'” Barrett said. “We’re specifically seeing people say, ‘I want it because I’m not going to be able to get the protection that I need from the sheriff’s department.'”
This can’t miss. Luckily, folks will not be able to conceal these weapons …
Faced with the potential loss of more than 200 deputies due to budget cuts, McGinness said earlier this month that he may consider issuing more concealed weapons permits.
So, we have this going for us. From the comments area:
People have to be able to protect themselves and their families!!! Yes, case studies are proven about when honest, law abiding citizens are armed and ready that crime does go down.
I wonder if case studies would also prove that if folks installed a soft serve ice cream machine in their kitchen obesity would go down.