Veterans with PTSD and the 2nd Amendment March 11, 2018, 01:19:27 AM I know many brother veterans that suffer from PTSD and some are crazy as a loon and should in no circumstance be able to get their hands on any weapon and then there are some that do alright on their medications and seem predictable enough to trust with a firearm. I do not want to offend anyone as this discussion does have to happen and there is discussion of how to deal with PTSD and our brother's 2nd Amendment right. I want positive input and not emotional hell from anyone as our government wants to take away that right from all of them with a broad blanket policy addition to the NCIS background check. Everyone is quick to call it a witch hunt as after what happened here less than 60 miles from home, we had a veteran with PTSD snap and murder 3 women at the Veteran's Hospital in Yountville, CA ands you guessed it, with his AR rifle. How do we deal with this situation and all the guys coming home that are dealing with some serious issues that war has bestowed upon them? How do we decide which ones are trustworthy and which ones are not and how do we protect the ones that deserve to have their rights preserved?I am not advocating stripping anyone of that right but I am concerned that this is not the end of the road with having our warriors snap and go to the point of no return. How do we help them and how do we protect the public from the ones that are dangerous and who is going to make that determination?