NH Association of Chiefs of Police

What Senate Bill 12 REALLY does, despite the lies of a NH Police Chief

by Kimberly Morin February 18, 2017

Mitch Kopacz, President of Gun Owners of New Hampshire, wrote such a brilliant response to the incompetent Tuftonburo Chief of Police Andrew Shagoury that it bears repeating here.

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THE SEX OFFENDER and CHILD CONCEALED CARRY BILL

by Susan Olsen February 14, 2017

In case you don’t “Facebook”, this so-called “News Release” appeared on the Facebook page of the NH Association of Chiefs of Police yesterday: “NEWS RELEASE THE SEX OFFENDER and CHILD CONCEALED CARRY BILL aka SB12 February 13, 2017 The legislature passed SB12 allowing carrying concealed loaded firearms without a license. This bill is seriously flawed […]

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Pssssttt!!!

by Susan Olsen March 24, 2016

Today, Democrat Senator David Pierce, District 5, introduced an amendment to SB 336, a bill that would have replaced the word “suitable” with “not prohibited by state or federal law” for persons applying under NH RSA 159:6 for a license to carry a loaded pistol discretely. Senator Pierce’s amendment agreed with replacing the amorphous “suitable” […]

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“Citizens With Guns:” Better Trained Than Police? Really?

by Rick Olson April 24, 2013

“Don’t tell people how to do things, tell them what to do and let them surprise you with their results.”   —George S. Patton I was at the State Senate hearing yesterday on HB 135. I heard a great deal of testimony. Senator Carson asked people not to read their testimony, Zandra Rice-Hawkins, boringly read […]

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Is the NHACP going to repeat their Chicken Little routine again?

by Skip January 20, 2013

In the last session, the NH Associations of Chiefs of Police (NHACP) decided that legislation that more fully allowed NH Citizens to realize their Natural Right to self-defense and lobbied the legislators (I do wonder if that would be legal – I seem to remember that association dues like this are paid out of property […]

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