Delta County sheriff moves forward to appeal case against gun control

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There continue to be a number of unsolved crimes plaguing Delta County.

Not Freida Cook - Am a relative - Patrick Rodgers - It is nice to see a fellow law enforcement Officer take a positive stand in favor of the Constitution and citizens, over that of the government.  Sheriff McKee, keep up the good fight and best wishes for the future.

Haven’t had one sheriff come out and say what the benefits are for any citizen to have a weapon with a magazine more than 15 rounds.

No Freid Cook - Am Patrick Rodgers - Steve, I can’t speak for the Sheriffs, but I suspect there are so many people with the standard 30 round magazine it makes enforcement virtually impossible.  The standard magazine used to be 30 rounds, which is par for the course with military use.  Larger magazines are not necessary for hunting, but are needed for personal protection.  Of course, in the Peoples Republic of California, where our legislature is rabid anti-gun, a ten round magazine is the maximum you can have. 

Not sure why the Sheriffs oppose the universal background check?  It is normally run by the State and other than a personal intrusion factor, it does help in making guns more difficult for criminals to get.  Considering, most criminals get guns from non-legitimate street dealers, that justification is kind of a moot issue?

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