I just learned from Joan Peterson’s Twitter feed that a third victim from the Ohio School shooting has passed away. My heart goes out to the families, I was hoping the three wounded students would recover, and my best wishes go out to the third student.
It seems that all the anti-rights activists are the first to announce when a new death certificate is signed. I wonder if its sorrow, or glee they feel. Certainly it adds more punctuations for them to project pieces like this.
But the shooting is bound to push Ohio lawmakers and residents to look more closely at their gun laws.
Under Ohio gun laws, a person must be 18 years of age, pass a national background check, and fill out a firearms transaction record to purchase a handgun. A state permit, firearm registration and owner’s license, however, are not needed.
Last summer, Ohio Gov. John Kasich signed a “guns-in-bars” bill into law, making it legal to carry concealed firearms into bars, restaurants, shopping malls, nightclubs and sports arenas for the first time. The law is considered one of the broadest gun laws in the country.
Huh? The alleged shooter was 17, what does it matter how somebody who is 18 can purchase a handgun? Also the restaurants bill? Am I to understand that Chardon High School had a bar? Also 17 years olds can’t get carry permits…
These points are irrelevant, but the Antis bring them up, and now when they bring them up they will say “Four Dead” rather than just the one of yesterday.
Also this report is the first to mention that the pistol used was “.22 Caliber”. Just in the law of averages it is most likely a .22 target-style pistol, one of the many Umerex trainers, like the Walther P22, or Sig Mosquito. It could be a pocket .22 like my Beretta or my Jennings, or a revolver like my S&W 617, but those guns just aren’t as common as the trainers and the target guns.
One thing that can be said about all of these guns is that they are not “High Powered” or “High Capacity”, and almost all are designed for range use, sporting, and target shooting. The Antis are going to say SOMETHING stupid they already are contradicting themselves:
“If kids could not and did not bring guns to school, we wouldn’t have Columbine, Virginia Tech or #Chardon.”….Despite terrible tragedy at #Chardon, our schools (& other “gun-free zones”) remain the safest places inthe country
Two separate tweets by Ladd Everit of the Joyce Foundation.
This is blood dancing, and its pretty obvious they could care less about the pain of others. They only care about their agenda.