Nebraska really has it's act together, NOT

Nebraska really has it's act together, NOT

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    A confusing situation as dozens of people line up to receive the state's first concealed handgun permits.

    62 permits were handed out statewide including 27 in Omaha.

    But other people were turned away even though they thought they were qualified.

    Police say all you need to register a gun is a buy a permit, have a bill of sale and a valid driverís license. However, registering a gun and getting a permit to carry it concealed are two different things.

    At the Omaha communications office of the Nebraska State Patrol the phone rang all day Wednesday. Many calls were for the same question: How do I get a permit to carry a concealed handgun?

    Robert Root was one person turned away when he tried to get a concealed carry permit. The World War Two veteran did take a gun safety course to register his handgun and he says he knows a lot about weapons, but authorities say itís not enough to carry a gun under his coat.

    "Well I donít like it. I'm 80 years old. I shouldnít have to take the time to do that. I've lived half my life and I'm not half done, so I got lots of things to do," says Root.

    Everyone applying for a permit to carry a concealed handgun has to go through an approved gun training course. The only exceptions are active and reserve members of the military who can prove that they have taken firearm training within the last three years.

    The State Patrol says even hunters who have taken hunting safety courses are not exempt from the gun training course.

    Lt. Kevin Bridges of the Nebraska State Patrol says ďUnder this section of the law, the hunter safety courses you have taken are not recognized as well as the old firearms safety class put on in the metro area. Those donít fit under definition of this statute."

    Right now there is only one state certified instructor in Omaha and a total of five across the entire state of Nebraska. One instructor is located in Minnesota and plans to conduct classes in Nebraska.
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