The Gun Line is a waste of Tax Dollars. Duplicating a system and adding artificial delays to a process that already takes too long.
There is no benefit to keeping it functional beyond giving out jobs to friends of politicians and earning favors.
look at all the 7-11, Gas Station, and Convenience store employees who have engaged active threats and then immediately lost their jobs for violating policy. Despite actively saving lives, they broke the rules, put the company at risk, and that will not be tolerated.
This is a bad idea. An Expired Residential LTC should still provide legal protection for the possession (not carried) firearms that would otherwise be legal in the state. While there is no case law on this issue, the law itself does not require an individual to be a resident for the...
Some questions (generally in decreasing order of importance to me) :
- What was the need to engage the suspect without any verbal commands? Shoot first, tell him to stop second?
- What's the policy that allows engaging a suspect across six lanes of active traffic without an apparent immediate...
I've never heard or seen anyone getting charged with carrying ammunition on school grounds before and a quick scan didn't bring up any hits. Is that buried in the Carrying a firearm on school grounds restrictions?
I'm considering adding a live fire component to my HFS Class and wanted to note on the Certificate that the class included such.
What's the typical wording used to accomplish this? I don't recall this being discussed in my Instructor material.
The law states a locked case or container, it doesn't specify the composition or material of said case. Remember, most of the "safety" laws are geared towards preventing unauthorized users easy access to the firearm, not theft prevention.
Your birthday shouldn't have anything to do with it's effective/issue date. Your Birthday is your expiration date in 5-ish years. How far away is your birthday and how long are they denying your firearm rights for?