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Tuesday, April 01, 2014

'Guns everywhere' in Georgia--why is that a problem?

There's a reason that the anti-self-defense zealots refuse to make a distinction between the concepts of "guns everywhere," and "guns everywhere except where there is no potential need for them." It's because even they lack the audacity to try to dispute the fact that no such distinction exists. [More]

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Anonymous said...

It is odd that anyone would claim this to be "the most extreme" gun law anywhere. In Kansas you can carry in church, carry in a bar (provided you are not impaired, with .08% BAC being an automatic finding of impairment, but lower amounts could result in a finding of impairment) and even carry in a school, with the violation for walking beyond a KS Attorney General-approved "no gun" sign only being a technical violation of the statute, not a crime. In essence, Kansas has made it a prerequisite to ask a concealed carrier to leave, and if they don't, only then is it considered chargeable trespass. The law was also recently changed to allow for the carry of essentially any edged weapon without a permit of any kind. I'm sure I could come up with more examples (e.g., statewide preemption, etc.) if I thought about it, but it seems to me that Kansas is just as "extreme," if not moreso, than Georgia. :)


Kurt '45superman' Hofmann said...

Good points, and great hearing from you again. Been a while.