Subjective issuance by an objective standard…SF Police Chief

Want a concealed gun in California? Head north - SFGate“I think concealed carry permits should be handed out subjectively with an objective standard,” the chief said. “We’re a crowded place. … The last thing I need is people that aren’t trained on firearms who may not be in the right frame of mind from being so scared or having a cocktail or two. I would much rather they rely on us.”

via Want a concealed gun in California? Head north – SFGate.

Handed out subjectively using an objective standard?!?! WTF? That’s classic political double speak for, “you aren’t getting one unless the mayor says I have to give you one or we play poker on a regular basis together.”  The good news is, the chief may not have a choice on that much longer now that the “good cause” clause commonly applied to Californa concealed carry permits has been struck down by the 9th Circuit.

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3 thoughts on “Subjective issuance by an objective standard…SF Police Chief

  1. I get what he’s trying to say.. I mean , just recently I went to an awesome indoor range and I had to remind a patron not to handle his firearm behind the firing line. SOme knuckleheads out there don’t have the benefit of my eagle eye watching them…always watching.

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