Is somebody offering that? I must have missed it.gunsmoker said:And I'd be willing to make GFL permits tougher to get (i.e. mandatory training, both in the classroom and on the range) in exchange for being able to carry on a daily basis in ordinary places that common citizens normally go.
You are under the impression that this is a negotiation!gunsmoker said:The real answer to this problem is to repeal the public gatherings clause, the mass transit weapons ban, the school and school zone ban, and allow anybody with a carry permit to carry ANYWHERE other than the sterile, controlled-access areas of airports, courthouses, prisons, etc.
And I'd be willing to make GFL permits tougher to get (i.e. mandatory training, both in the classroom and on the range) in exchange
Legislators who are "anti - CCW" are in no way going to be mollified by a training requirement and suddenly vote to remove from the list all the places off limits - like Marta and the airport and the courthouse.gunsmoker said:Maybe the reason so many people, including many legislators, are anti-CCW is because they know how easy it is to get one. No training of any kind.
OK, you got me with that one. I thought you were suggesting it. You are pointing out that it is as silly as requiring training to carry . . . because arms are a birthright.RedBeard said:Maybe we need to require people to take a test to be able to vote. Voting is such a critical part of our society and we need to take it seriously. We cant just let anyone wield such a powerful right without making them prove they deserve that right.