At a recent press screening of the premiere, one of the show’s executive producers, Marc Guggenheim, discussed some of what we can look forward this year."This is a brand new opening," Guggenheim continued.My husband has a concealed weapon and had to take a course and test to get.obeys all the rules, so guns are nice for protection, but only with education and safety rules.is not the cowboy days, it is a suppose to be a civilized nation! It gives them a chance to do a full back round check, criminal, mental or whatever.If you are buying a gun for personal reason such as target shooting, hunting, protection then that 10 day wait is not a big deal.If you are buying a gun for personal reason such as target shooting, hunting, protection then that 10 day wait is not a big deal. Any normal law abiding person who wants to purchase a gun, SURELY, thinks about it awhile before buying, so what's a few days, hell I say a month to get a thorough background check..you are a sane , law abiding citizen, why should you care, if it helps with protection of the innocent!
After a very well received second season, there’s a lot of excitement around Arrow: Season 3, beginning this Wednesday.
And Roy being a part of the team is an important part of Roy's development.” Oliver and Arrow have more of a “master/apprentice kind of relationship” in Season 3, Guggenheim explained.
“You really see how Oliver is training this kid to be a hero in his own right.” Guggenheim also noted, “I would be remiss if I didn't say we're doing this comic book that bridges the gap between Season 2 and Season 3 and The explanation for the costume is covered in the comic book,” along with some other elements of the Season 3 premiere that would be a bit more spoilery to mention.
It is really none of your business what people buy a gun for.
The government needs to enforce all of the gun laws that are already on the books and leave citizens alone. It gives them a chance to do a full back round check, criminal, mental or whatever.