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Discussion in '2nd Amendment' started by sarahsmom, Jan 15, 2016.
It's the only reason I carry. I have encouraged my kids to do so as well. One has licensed and gunned up.
4 years ago, I did not have a CCW.
4 years ago I owned about 4 guns, had owned 2 of them for over 30 years.
Now I can't count them all, on with my fingers & toes.
I didn't really need a LEO to tell me to "gun up".
My Dad is a retired crime scene investigator. He has always told me that cops spend 80% of their training time learning how to solve crimes, instead of preventing crimes
Yes, it's not until you get to the level of political appointee chiefs that you see anti-gun sentiment. Cops investigate crime. They can't prevent acts that haven't taken place and often can't arrive in time to stop crimes in progress. Most police prefer armed good citizens to politically correct victims.
I read through the article. In the home invasion the Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd spoke of. Through a bit of quick research, I found the BG killed was a former client of mine. No surprise there, I was expecting him to return sooner.
It's gonna take a whole bunch of sheriffs willing to walk tall and carry a big stick to get it done. I'd certainly be in their corner.
To the best of my knowledge, this actually started on December 3, 2015 with Ulster County (NY) Sheriff, Paul Van Blarcum's FB post, after the San Bernardeno attack.
Many other counties in New York have followed suite, including Sullivan County Sheriff, Michael Schiff; Lewis County Sheriff, Mike Carpinelli; Putnam County Sheriff, Donald Smith; Orange County Sheriff, Carl DuBois; Washington County Sheriff, Jeff Murphy; Fulton County Sheriff, Thomas J Lorey; Chenango County Sheriff, Ernest Curring Jr.; Delaware County Sheriff, Thomas Mills; Albany County Sheriff, Craig Apple; Onondaga County Sheriff, Gene Conway; Wayne County Sheriff, Barry Virts; Chautauqua County Sheriff, Joseph Gerace; Livingston County Sheriff, Thomas Dougherty; Steuben County Sheriff, David Cole and Allegany County Sheriff, Ricky Whitney.
On December 7, 2015, Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey made this video:
Marion County (FL) Sheriff, Chris Blair jumped on board December 8, 2015 with this FB Post with Video.
Oklahoma Sheriff urges residents to arm themselves
Great to see even MORE County Sheriffs doing their Job WELL!
One of the first ones I remember, March 2014 in Detroit of all places.
Course, they most likely don't mean they want armed Moles burrowing around.