Javelin Man wrote:Is nothing sacred?
Javelin Man wrote:Do they allow concealed carry in Texas churches?
Brian D. wrote:Starting to sound like a non-LE good guy engaged and killed the shooter, possibly with a long gun. At this point, reported details are all over the board.
SMMAssociates wrote:I really can't understand why NOBODY in the Church was able to get a shot off (presuming that anybody was carrying), but somebody said that we should ban "bump stocks", so who knows how fast this went down.
deanimator wrote:I believe it's illegal to carry a concealed firearm in a church in Texas.
JustaShooter wrote:deanimator wrote:I believe it's illegal to carry a concealed firearm in a church in Texas.
As I posted previously, it is legal unless the church posts a 30-06 sign. But unless you read TX law carefully you would think it is not - and it wasn't originally allowed so I suspect many don't know that it is. Here's a good article on the topic:
http://www.lapinlawtx.com/firearms-blog ... of-worship
Mr. Glock wrote:At this point, UK media says court marshalled and dishonorable discharge in May 2014. Volunteered
for Bible studies teacher after said discharge.
He was court-martialed in 2012 for assaulting his wife and his child. Kelley received a bad conduct discharge from the Air Force, in addition to confinement for 12 months and was reduced in rank.
cashman966 wrote:Fox is saying the court martial was for DV in 2012 and confined for 12 months then a BCD. The DV alone would make him a prohibited person. Wonder how he obtained his firearms.
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