Second Amendment rights are constantly under attack by those who want to restrict or limit those rights.
In 2009, my wife, Carol, and I attended the Greenville Citizen's Police Academy. It was there that we learned about the workings of the police department and aspects of self-defense. It was the first time Carol shot a handgun. We immediately pursued our Concealed Carry licenses and became involved in a gun club and 2nd amendment rights issues.
While on Greenville City Council, I worked with the City Manager to remove the 30.06 Gun restriction signs from the Greenville Municipal Building where City Council meetings were held. The 30.06 sign is a legal notice that prohibits individuals from carrying a concealed handgun on certain properties in Texas. I provided the information and arguments for removing the signs and the manager subsequently had them removed. Sometime after I was no longer a councilman and a new city manager was appointed, the signs were put back on the building.
Also, while as a councilman, I authored an agreement between the city of Greenville and the Majors Gun Club for use of the police firing range for our gun club shooting activities. This agreement is still in place and has worked well for all parties. Gun club members sign a waiver and pay a $10 fee for each club shooting event.
While serving on the Board of Trustees at LeTourneau University, I coordinated with Alice Tripp at TSRA to provide information to the Board about the campus carry issue and why the University should not post signs forbidding guns on campus. Although the Board did not authorize guns on campus, they did not post any signs forbidding them.
I am a member of the following organizations:
I have held a Concealed Carry license since 2010.
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