Could not exercising the right to bear arms mean breaking the law?

In the north Georgia city of Nelson, that may be the case if a proposed ordinance, requiring every “head of household to own and maintain a firearm,” is passed. The city councilman, Duane Cronic, argued that relying on sheriffs isn’t sufficient.

“It’s a deterrent ordinance,” he said. “It tells the potential intruder you better think twice.”