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Conceal and carry being Discussed at school Board MTG.

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Airbrush Artist, Jan 10, 2013.

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  1. Airbrush Artist

    Airbrush Artist member

    Jan 10, 2013
    As a School Bus Driver and Being listed as a Top 5 target every day I sit in that seat [respondsible with over 70 children a day] for terrorists and more than likley the mentally Unstable I certainly support this,2 years ago I had a Crack Head in footies and Underwear attempting to molest 2 girls at My first bus Stop at 6:45 am ,My first thoughts as He approached my door after I was able to get the Girls Onboard the Bus and was looking for what I Had to protect the other students, as I looked at My Fire exstinguisher , fortunately I was able to handle him as the Police rolled Up from my emergency call ,He lost on 2 beat downs that morning ,I always wondered what if I had a Fire Arm to Point at Him that Morning I will always wonder,as far as this school system Both My grandsons attend here,I want them SAFE,I'd say this school Board member has some Balls ..http://www.wdtn.com//dpp/news/local/warren/talks-of-conceal-carry-on-sboro-agenda
  2. KMatch

    KMatch Member

    Oct 18, 2012
    As a Dad of 2 daughters, I say, "Good job!". Hopefully, if it ever comes up again, you'll have something better than a phone/button and fire extinguisher for protection.
  3. foghornl

    foghornl Member

    Dec 27, 2002
    GOOD FOR YOU!!!!!

    (just joking here) Maybe you get a 50-Lb CO2 extinguisher... :neener:

    Here in Ohio, the Buckeye Firearms Association {web site BuckeyeFirearms.ORG } has extended an offer for a 3-day intensive training program for school personel. In 3 weeks, they have received over 1,000 inquiries about the program. Visit the site for more info on the program.

    I see very little mention of this in the main-scream media, just ONE mention by one of the local (Cleveland) TV stations.
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