I grew up in Colorado in a small town at a time when we hunted on the way to school and after school with our friends. Our firearms were in our unlocked vehicles in the school parking lot all day long and nothing bad ever happened. Maybe that was a bad situation just waiting to happen, even though it never did. But I am at a loss as to how Colorado has gone so far the other way. (that was mostly rhetorical I do not want to start a bashing of the eastward migrating people that now reside in the state, even though I enjoy doing it other places)
My question now is, what are the actual chances that the new laws in Colorado can be rolled back to what they were? I have considered moving back someday but I am less likely to now.
Seams like once we the people give what, at the time, seams like a reasonable inch and "they" take the unreasonable mile we can only get that mile back one inch at a time.
No spelun and grammar is not my specialty. So please don't hurt my sensitive little feelings by teasing me about it.