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Concealed-carry classes, permits on rise in Valley

The police say they can't prove he's comitted a crime yet, and he is an sdult.

His girlfriend took off yesterday and left the baby with us. She thinks he got a gun this week on the southside somewhere, but she is not staying around because she so scared of him.

We are thinking of leaving town ourselves at lest for the weekend, We pray that he won't take his anger out on some stranger

April 19, 2013 at 1:48 p.m. suggest removal

Concealed-carry classes, permits on rise in Valley

Can anyone help us?

Our child is not incompetent, but in our opinion he is irresponsible and unpredicatble. So far he's avoided being arrested for anything serious, claims that he is drug free, but drinks to excess and becomes really nasty and violent.

I'm not just afraid for him, but I'm also scared for my wife and myself. That's the reason I asked about the CCW. I'm thinking seriously about buying guns for myself and my wife to protect us from him.

If it weren't for him, otherwise I feel safe in my home and we don't go to places that we fear, so didn't feel like we might need a concealed gun. But then again we can never tell where he will show up, so maybe we do need a concealed so we can have it with us all the time.

We asked the police about a restraining order but they said we need more evidence, like witnesses that are willing to testify. We have witnesses, but they are all afraid of him as well.

If he doesn't have a gun, or can borrow one, is there anything we can do to slow him down or prevent him.

I just realised that I sound like Nancy Lanza. OMG!!

Yes we are afraid, but I'm just as concerned for our son. We don't want to see him end up in prison, and we certainly don't want to see him shoot or kill anyone else.

We are afraid for his girl friend and their baby girl. Our neighbors have actually asked us to let them know when his is around so they can get away.
I guess that we can try to protect ourselves, but what can we do to help protect others who don't know him.

As an example, I was once with him on 680 and another car passed him. His reaction was to get angry, sped up and forced the other car off the road. He was laughing about this, saying that he taught the MF a lesson. I was terrified, as was his baby girl in the back seat.

What can I do to stop him before he kills someone with a gun.

April 18, 2013 at 11:30 a.m. suggest removal

Concealed-carry classes, permits on rise in Valley

Thanks,
Yes we are afraid, but I'm just as concerned for our son.

We don't want to see him end up in prison, and we certainly don't want to see him shoot or kill anyone else.

We are afraid for his girl friend and their baby girl. Our neighbors have actually asked us to let them know when his is around so they can get away.

I guess that we can try to protect ourselves, but what can we do to help protect others who don't know him.

As an example, I was once with him on 680 and another car passed him. His reaction was to get angry, sped up and forced the other car off the road. He was laughing about this, saying that he taught the MF a lesson. I was terrified, as was his baby girl in the back seat.

What can I do to stop him before he kills someone?

April 17, 2013 at 2:51 p.m. suggest removal

Concealed-carry classes, permits on rise in Valley

Thanks Mrs Rupp,
Our child is not incompetent, but in our opinion he is irresponsible and unpredicatble. So far he's avoided being arrested for anything serious, claims that he is drug free, but drinks to excess and becomes really nasty and violent. I'm not afraid for him, but I'm also scared for my wife and myself. That's the reason I asked about the CCW. I'm thinking seriously about buying guns for myself and my wife to protect us from him.

If it weren't for him, otherwise I feel safe in my home and we don't go to places that we fear, so didn't feel like we might need a concealed gun. But then again we can never tell where he will show up, so maybe we do need a concealed so we can have it with us all the time.

We asked the police about a restraining order but they said we need more evidence, like witnesses that are willing to testify. We have witnesses, but they are all afraid of him as well.

If he doesn't have a gun, or can borrow one, is there anything we can do to slow him down or prevent him. I just realised that I sound like Nancy Lanza. OMG!!

April 17, 2013 at 10:19 a.m. suggest removal

Concealed-carry classes, permits on rise in Valley

Interested in your post at 96.
I thought that you only had to provide last three addresses for CCW. Is that wrong?
I've got a similar issue that you mentioned. What can I do to prevent my adult child from purchasing a gun. He is such a hot-head it scares me. He would be a poster child for road-rage and hangs with a group that would be best described as skinheads.
What can I do, before he kills?

April 17, 2013 at 8:39 a.m. suggest removal

Don’t be fooled into believing deceit of gun-show loophole

Your position is moronic.

Your position is that we should only have laws for people who break the law. Speed limits should only be applied to those who have a history of speeding!

Passports should only be required of criminals.

Drivers licenses should only be required of people who drive illegally.

Your common sense is whacked

Civilized society requires everyone to be subject to laws.

April 11, 2013 at 11:13 a.m. suggest removal

Tough gun laws won’t change people

Last line Decoded: Best solution is arming everyone.
Is this the culture that we've become?

April 10, 2013 at 8:46 p.m. suggest removal

Don’t be fooled into believing deceit of gun-show loophole

to kk80856,
I thought it was you who lectured on using the exact defination of "infringed" . I thought it was you who were insisting that the words be used precisely as given.
Maybe it was someone else at post #6 in the comments on "Limited gun restrictions don’t violate the Second Amendment".

March 30, 2013 at 11:22 p.m. suggest removal

Don’t be fooled into believing deceit of gun-show loophole

@bigben,
Gun rights advocates insist on strict adherence to the words, "the right of the people to keep and bear arms, SHALL NOT be INFRINGED." - no more no less, no interpretation, no translation, no common sense.

According to them , "the people" doesn't mean some people, or only the righteous, or only the sane, or only those over a certain age. If the founders wanted gun rights to be limited to some people they would have said so, by adding one word, "some".

My point is that the gun rights advocates strict "word-for-word" application/interpretation of the second amendment is unreasonable, and probably not what the founders ever intended.

March 28, 2013 at 3:03 p.m. suggest removal

Don’t be fooled into believing deceit of gun-show loophole

Of course common sense is needed, my comment was Sarcastic to BIGben. My point is that the blind adherence to the actual words leads to the conclusion that all people have a god-given, inalienable right to “keep and bear arms” that shall never be infringed, restricted or regulated.
That attitude flies in the face of common sense.

As does the core of Paul’s filibuster that the commander in chief can not be relied upon to use common sense to determine if an imminent threat exists. Paul wants congress to make that determination – HA!
Congress can’t agree on much of anything. I dare say they would wait for a suitcase nuke to go off before thinking that they might need to act quickly.

March 26, 2013 at 12:49 p.m. suggest removal

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