A joke going around about public safety is that pizza delivery is faster than law enforcement, a gun show browser in Carson City said Friday. That’s no criticism of sheriff’s offices or the State Patrol in budget-cutting times, but it gives pause regarding the gun-control debate, said Tim Ramos of Douglas County. He said there isn’t much logic to restrictions leaving people unarmed, particularly in rural areas where law enforcement isn’t nearby. “What is the logic in that?” Ramos asked, posing a rhetorical question. It likely wasn’t an uncommon sentiment at the Carson City Gun Show at the Carson Nugget, …
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