Scenario: You're a 23-year-old single mother who works three jobs just to make ends meet. Many nights you don't eat supper so your kids can. You live in a really shady part of town, because that is where the housing you can afford is. You finally scratch up enough cash to buy a .22 Jennings or a Hi-Point to protect your home and kids. Then, a few months later, you scrape up enough to pay for the carry license. Now they tell you that you have to take eight hours of time you don't have and pay money you don't have for mandated training before you can get the permit you can barely afford as it is.At the risk of getting flamed, what is wrong with requiring training to carry a potentially lethal weapon? I understand "....shall not be infringed..." but with rights do responsibilities not follow?
Is that fair to that struggling mother - someone who likely needs that protection more than most of us combined?