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Double Murder on "Gun-Free" College Campus in Wyoming

SageAdvice68 Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 5:05 PM
G.W. Bush signed the CCL in Texas affective Jan. 1996. Prior to his signing, Crapheads had held the citizens of Texas hostage with BS like, "Concealed Carry in Texas will open the doors to shootouts on the streets of Dallas that remind us of the O.K. Coral" or " Blood would be flowing in the streets of Texas cities!" When in fact the exact opposite has taken place in Texas since this law was passed. I can remember the news almost daily prior to 1996 talking about some young mother being gunned down on the streets of Dallas, San Antonio, or Houston during what came to be known as a, "Car Jacking". Since '96 there is no profit in "Car Jacking" since the perps don't know who has the guns?
SageAdvice68 Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 5:13 PM
Since '96 Gov. Perry has signed additional law in Texas making all Texans eligible to carry concealed in their vehicles, even if they don't have a CCW permit. Thus making "Car Jackings" even more risky.

Cause even if that young mother you plan to "Car Jack" is not carrying, that big old boy coming up behind you in that Dodge Power Wagon has a big old .45 loaded with extra hot hollow points, and just itching for any reason to turn a "Car Jacker" into Swiss Cheese.
Anonymous11607 Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 7:49 PM
I live in Vermont, which for the past 50 years has been a very liberal state, which I detest. However, the liberals have not touched the gun laws, and no permit is required to open or concealed carry, and I will fight anyone in the legislature who trys to do that. I hope ALL states will eventually drop the restrictions placed on self-defense and other firearms so people traveling can go from one state to the next with their self-defense weapons legal to carry on their person.
Lars795 Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 1:45 AM
But that won't be "fair" to all those "car-jackers", lol.
Truckman Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 7:23 PM
If they don't like the direction their personal niche of crime is going,McDonalds is always hiring. "Would you like Fries with that?"

If you were involved in a desperately violent situation would you want to be armed and protected or left empty handed?

If it were me--a responsible 22 year old woman--I sure wouldn't want to be found in harms way without a way to defend myself, no matter what the location.

Two people--a faculty member and an additional victim (likely a student)--were violently murdered at Casper College in Wyoming this morning. The college spokesman, Rich Fujita, told reporters that a crossbow and another similar weapon were used in the attacks.

Wyoming state gun laws leave it to the...