INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana State Police are seeing a surge in gun permit requests amid the national gun-control debate sparked by December's deadly Connecticut school shooting.
The Indianapolis Star reports (http://indy.st/XmRnig ) State Police are now seeing up to 4,000 permit requests each week. That's three times the number the agency was handling at the same time last year.
And the more gun-control debate there is, the more people who have been sitting on the fence about owning a gun will jump off the fence. So even more guns will be added to the 300 million already out there, which will make gun control even less effective. The Second Amendment foes don't get this, I suspect.