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That is the difference between "living quarters" (i.e., residential) and a business that provides a service. OC in "common areas" is basically to avoid "panic attacks" by the "sheeple".
"Out of sight - out of mind." You can OC inside the aprtment. Just don't panic the wussies.
Some of the police that have "retired" are doing so partly because of the lack of support from not only their leaders but also from the politicians that are putting them in harm's way. With a toxic work environment like that, I don't blame them one little bit for deciding to change their careers.
From what I have read on various feeds, the "response team" from which these officers resigned was a "voluntary team". They have not left the force and they will still be doing much the same work as the rapid response team did before. They just won't have access to the "special tools"...
BUT, what states actually have such restrictions in place at this time?
CA and NY probably lead the list but don't most of the New England states have magazine restrictions too? Didn't Colorado's governor ban large magazines several years ago, resulting in Mag-pul moving out of state?
He claims to be a republican, yet he has contributed to BLM and other leftist organizations. His opponents are former MO governor Eric Grietens (hounded from office by St. Louis prosecutor Kim Gardiner) and somebody else but I can't remember who. They all claim to be "republicans". :rolleyes: