Since the San Bernardino shooting, I have noticed a seismic shift in the carry debate here in California. Others are noticing it, too:
San Bernardino County is now booking appointments for the applications process all the way out into the Summer of 2016. While some people may be alarmed that so many California citizens will suddenly be armed with guns, San Bernardino police chief Jarrod Burguan believes there’s nothing to be concerned about.“It doesn’t concern me that law-abiding, mentally sound people are getting concealed weapons permits,” said Burguan, according to The Sun. “I will say from having a gun, pretty much my whole adult life, there is a lot of responsibility that comes with it.”Amy Wetzel is the widow of San Bernardino shooting victim Michael Wetzel and she is also applying for a concealed carry weapons permit. During a recent interview, she speculated that the outcome of the San Bernardino terrorist attack could have been very different if someone had been carrying a concealed gun.“What if someone in that room (at the Inland Regional Center) had had a permit to carry (a concealed weapon),” she said.
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David R. Duringer, JD, LL.M, is a concealed firearm instructor and tax lawyer specializing in business and estate planning. He is managing shareholder at Protective Law Corporation, serving Southern California from its Laguna Hills (Orange County) headquarters and a satellite office in Coronado (San Diego County).
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