which I’m sure has just about everybody in Minnesota scared shitless.
Guns for the Blind?
A Minneapolis gun shop owner thinks the blind should be able to carry guns.
So, starting in December, Koscielski’s Gun Shop will be offering a training course to the visually impaired or blind.
But is it safe?
Koscielski’s says the disabled should be allowed to protect themselves just like everyone else.
If approved, the course would help blind people qualify for a right to carry permit.
By the way, there is no Minnesota law prohibiting the blind from having a gun.