CU employee charged in accidental shooting in medical office
This has stupid written alllllllllllll over it.
Women with a 22 handgun showing it around the office and has an 'accidental' discharge when it 'jams'. I'm surprised she didn't put it thru her hand as she fiddle-****ed with the tip-up barrel.
Colorado has pretty low training standards, as in an evening class can fulfill it, no live firing or even handling a gun. I know a lot of people around here think that we should be born with a 1911 in our hands, and be able to use it- but as more and more of the population has less and less exposure to firearms I see the logic in at least making people demonstrate that they have a greater probability of hitting a bad guy versus themselves. I'll let them wing a few bystanders for free.
The intermediate back ground is that the public universties recently were forced to allow CCW on their campuses because of how the law was written. It's only been a couple of months and we already have this happening.
With the Dems controlling the house, senate and gov here, I'd be really surprised if they didn't go after the college CCW and maybe a high-cap ban for the trouble.