I got in a debate with someone who was in law enforcement. I said that you are more likely to have a crime committed against you by a GA LEO than by a GFL holder. Do you have the stats about this? Seems like this was being floated around here for awhile. I think we had the stats for Texas or something. Anyway, he disagreed because he said that they don't check for the GFL when someone is arrested/convicted, especially if the crime is non-gun related. And that the part of the law calling for revocations is pretty much ignored. He's never heard of anyone having their GFL revoked. I said, "Because they don't commit crimes." He said, "There is no database for GFLs so there is no way to be sure." He said that unless someone tells the court, nobody will be sent to pick up your GFL, or even know you have one. He said they would prevent you from being able to renue though (we know this already). His argument is basically that GFL holders probably commit more crimes than we know of and that they are undereported because nobody checks to see if criminals have them.