Odds and Ends
12 8, 10:31am
Only one problem with that. Who gets to decide the criteria of competency in the test? In some places you practically have to be a cop, a retired cop, or a friend of the mayor to get to carry, or just keep in your home, a gun. If the DMV were worked out with an eye toward preventing anyone, (except a few Important People, or their chauffeurs,) from ever getting behind the wheel of a car, would you be behind that?
It's one thing to say we need better safety, but many of the people who are saying we "just need" a "little" more safety are trying to hamstring ownership, carry, and legitimate use, (including self-defense,) behind so many restrictions that no one has the time, patience, or finances to seriously pursue it.