She did what most of us would do. She retrieved her firearm and when confronted she began to fire. She injured one of her attackers and that is when her nightmare really began.
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A man who recently moved into a quiet area in southwest Houston learned that the hard way. He heard glass breaking so he retrieved his firearm and went down the stairs. He saw the burglar coming through the door and fired at him. The intruder died.
Deputy Dorris credits Perkins with saving his life. In a time when so many people in the country have a negative view of law enforcement, the Bastrop county sheriff’s office is feeling very grateful for this one citizen who did the right thing in stepping and helping.
Last week the Attorney General in Virginia made national heads when he announced that on Feb 1st, 2016 Virginia will stop honoring permits from 25 states. The purpose of this article to to clarify those implications completely.
Today’s article is not meant to focus on all the things wrong with New Jersey or any other state. I feel that the above story and many others like it make an American gun owner ask the question, “Should I inform law enforcement that I have my firearm or not?”
In the 2015 legislative session in Minnesota a law passed that changed the requirement for permit reciprocity from the phrase “Substantially similar” to “similar.” Due to this change the Department of Public Safety has re-evaluated the state permits it will honor and has made some significant changes.