Posted September 12, 2018 8:30 am by Comments

By Tom Knighton

I don’t understand why some communities feel the need to restrict guns in the midst of a hurricane, but they do. I mean, it’s a time when there are virtually no police on the road and when it’s unlikely there will be any crime regardless of the lack of a law enforcement presence. Let’s face it, a hurricane isn’t exactly a lot of fun to be out and about in.

I’ve done it, but no one has ever really accused me of exercising good judgment in such instances, for one thing. For another, they were barely hurricane strength when they got here, so it wasn’t as bad as other places.

Most people don’t. But immediately after the hurricane, though, things can be different.

Many are the tales of looting taking place as law enforcement is busy with other matters after the winds start to settle down. And yet, towns like Leland, NC want to try and basically suspend the Second Amendment during these emergencies.

WILMINGTON, NC & SACRAMENTO, CA (September 11, 2018) — Today, Firearms Policy Coalition and Firearms Policy Foundation announced a pre-litigation demand letter sent today to the Town of Leland, North Carolina, regarding the municipality’s …Read the Rest

Source:: Bearing Arms

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