A vast majority of Kentucky’s 120 counties are now considered Second Amendment sanctuaries. Leaders in those counties have re-affirmed their oath to uphold the Constitution when it comes to the right to bear arms, but what’s known as the "2A Movement" has hit the brakes in Daviess County.
Jason Potts is a certified public accountant, and it’s tax season. You could say he’s blowing off a little steam at Rock Hill Range in Daviess County. He brought with him his AR-15, and two semi-automatic handguns for target practice. He says shooting is in his blood.
"I’m 45, and my entire life I’ve been a gun owner," said Potts. "My dad was in the Army, I grew up around it, and I grew up hunting with him.”