I'd imagine you'll get a response akin to OCDO's regarding LGOC:I have a notion, but I'd prefer that it be independently verified.
No, I don't mean OC as a goal, I mean OC as a legal thing to do in order to press for CC. For instance, in Ohio, that's what Ohioans for Concealed Carry did.I'd imagine you'll get a response akin to OCDO's regarding LGOC:
That isn't our goal, though we support the Right for someone to start an organization with that goal if they so choose.
I wouldn't blame them for it, just like I don't blame OCDO for its stance on LGOC. Sometimes a scalpel can be more useful than a meat cleaver, or a spotlight instead of a floodlight, etc.
I should have posted this when it came out, but I never got around to it. Sorry.I have a notion, but I'd prefer that it be independently verified.
SCCC said:Why SCC doesn’t take positions on unlicensed carry, open carry, or k-12 carry
by Kurt Mueller on April 24, 2014
SCC has one main policy objective: To promote and secure the rights of law abiding adults who 1) have a concealed carry permit to be able to carry 2) a concealed handgun while visiting a 3) college campus.
So naturally, we are asked from time to time why we don’t argue in favor of unlicensed carry, open carry, or k-12 carry.
The reason is two fold: we lack the expertise, and we lack the resources."