Posted June 13, 2017 12:15 am by Comments

By David Codrea

By David Codrea
In response to terrorism, police are warning English subjects to run, hide, and tell.

A different time: A sergeant instructor explains the working of a rifle to two members of the Home Guard Local Defence Volunteers (Imperial War Museum).
David Codrea in his natural habitat.

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- “A police commissioner has caused alarm among rank and file officers by suggesting that members of the public who own guns could help defend rural areas against terror attacks,” The Guardian reported Monday. “Alison Hernandez, the Devon and Cornwall police and crime commissioner, said she was interested in having a conversation with the chief constable about whether ordinary people with gun licenses could assist in a terrorist crisis.”

“Under no circumstances would we want members of the public to arm themselves with firearms, not least because officers responding would not know who the offenders were, and quite obviously they would not have the time to ask,” Devon & Cornwall Deputy Chief Constable Paul Netherton quickly responded, discouraging such a conversation from happening, let alone resulting in any change to the U.K.’s draconian gun bans and restrictions. “Our message to the public is a simple …Read the Rest

Source:: AmmoLand

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