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Discussion in 'Second Amendment & Legal' started by Slack, Feb 1, 2014.
Libtards and Gun-Grabbing Socialist Hardest Hit.
Great news !!
I hope that the Nebraska legislature recognizes this as the common sense, data-driven response that we want our legislators to use in making laws........
The above quote is really stretching it, "common sense" ,,,??
I really would love to see that bill pass, but man "common sense" ?
Whens the last time that has been used.
Hate to be a party pooper... maybe it will pass.
I have no problem with teachers with permits carrying in schools, with special provisions (to keep students from getting a hold of guns.) I still hope they put together some program with cops or armed guards in schools, as the NRA suggested last year. Teachers carrying isn't a substitute for law enforcement.
"Youâ€™ll note that the â€œlevel IIâ€ permit would have the normal 8 hours of training for a normal Nebraska concealed carry permit, then add 16 hours (2 days) of situation specific training that outclasses any general law enforcement training (training required of all officers) Iâ€™m aware of designed for this quite specific set of circumstances. It is possible that SWAT/ERT units might get this sort of specific training, but certainly not rank-and-file patrol officers, who are lucky to have anything more than mandatory bi-annual re-qualifications in many agencies around the country due to budget concerns."