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Over half of Floridians are OK with trained personnel going armed in public schools.

2 Responses to “Guns in schools”

  1. JTC Says:

    Actually, I’m okay with anybody who is legally armed anywhere else being armed in schools.

    In fact, I helped keep personnel at the small town (but still problem-laden) high school that was across from my pawn/gun store for about twenty years armed regardless of official sanction.

    In most cases it was a lot more about protecting themselves from grown thug students than from outside threats. I probably sold a few dozen handguns over those years to everyone from two different principles, vice principles, counselors, and several to one dean who just liked guns.

    And I don’t think there was ever an incident of misuse or even being caught with the forbidden evil tools on campus. Yes, it’s a fairly conservative semi-rural area but it’s more just the simple fact that responsibly armed people in public do not result in anything bad and quite likely can play a part in preventing or dealing with anything bad in the possible but very unlikely event that armed intervention is needed.

    Just another public place where the Constitutional right to self-protection, and the sanctioned ability to be prepared for the protection of innocent others, should not only not be barred, but should be encouraged.

  2. Divemedic Says:

    My vice principal is a former sheriff’s deputy.

    I became a teacher after I retired from over 20 years as a firefighter and paramedic, where I spent part of my career working with the SWAT team. I spent years as an IDPA competitor, and I am a military veteran. I have carried a concealed weapon for more than 25 years.

    Neither one of us can carry a weapon.

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