Opponents of conceal and carry, such as Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Madison, are just as passionate — and just as mindful of Minnesota’s precedent. [in passing a pro-gun law that has caused zero problems in the last year] “Usually I think of Wisconsin and Minnesota as very responsible states,” Pocan said. “We’re hoping not to duplicate [Minnesota’s] mistake. From looking at Minnesota and other states, we believe this will put 36,000 new guns on the streets of Wisconsin. There will be that many people walking around with guns in their coats and purses, after applying for this permit. If people are packing guns like cell phones, those guns will go off at the most inopportune times, like cell phones.”
Sure they would – if other people could trigger them remotely at will, like cell phones.