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Concealed Carry

Mark Shean, the author of GUN SENSE, rated #1 on Amazon!

Many MA. Police Department’s, under the ‘policies’ of their politically appointed chiefs, pretend that the reason: ‘Any Lawful Purpose’ for a firearm license is not a “good enough reason” to apply for the license, believe it or not!  But, I believe that the most open and honest reason that I, or any law-abiding citizen, (in my opinion) could ever give for the use of a handgun, or any firearm, (without going into Constitutional rights) would be;  ‘Any Lawful Purpose’. Lawful being the key word, this would automatically exclude any and all criminal intentions, it stands on its own merits. It covers any contingency you would need to lawfully need or use a firearm.

There could not possibly be any better reason for one to exercise his/her right to self-defense in a crime ridden world. Crime happens while the police are not watching, this is why there are victims of unsolved crimes.  Criminals do not bother to apply for gun permits. People that do apply, (in my humble opinion) are not the problem, or the cause of crime, or a cause for concern, and should not be treated as such. Arbitrary discretion is a disservice to law-abiding citizens, and our so-called representatives need to do their job by putting an end to it. 

In the words of George Washington: {“It would be an unjust and unwise jealousy to deprive a man of his natural liberty upon the supposition he may abuse it.”}

Note; Those old dead Founding Fathers still sound very relevant to me. How about you? 

From, Mark Shean, MaFirearmSafety, author of Gun Sense, on Amazon.

I have just published a book that is now on Amazon, It covers updated Ma. Gun Laws as well as a series I have written over the years called ‘Gun Sense‘, covering a range of information and serious safety aspects.

This book would make a valuable go-to for hard to answer gun related questions anywhere people and guns are together. Please check it out. It will keep you informed and even entertained. If you like it, please tell your friends.

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2 Responses to “Police Dept. Firearm Policies in some Ma. Towns,”

  • Fred says:

    Hey Mark,

    So, I’m a Watertown, Ma resident and have been for the last 25 years. In 2011, I applied for a LTC and not surprisingly was granted but with restrictions ( To and from range) . Its now 2017 and I renewed my application but in with the letter to the Chief of Police, I stated I was requesting to renew my LTC but with no restrictions. Its been a week now and I understand it takes time, but Police dept’s enjoying dragging the process. My Question is, what possible options do I have if they try to renew my old one w/ restrictions even though I requested it not .. I’m just preparing a defense if they try..

  • Mark Shean says:

    Hi Fred, please read #39 Gun Sense carefully. And you may want to read #19 also. Mark

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