I spoke with Top Shot contestant Paul Marinaccio this morning. The NJ Detective was adamant that training and screening should be a precondition for concealed carry. When I pointed out that the Second Amendment doesn’t say anything about training or any other qualifications (including a criminal record), Marinaccio countered by saying “You don’t want mentally ill people carrying guns do you?” According to usatoday.com, back in 2005 some 10 percent of Americans (27 million people) were taking antidepressants. If you adopted a no-carry for anti-d’s stance, hundreds of thousands of Americans might not seek psychiatric help. On the other hand, click here for stories of good drug addicts gone bad—with a gun. Although the post-Loughner spree killing clamor for a crackdown on mentally ill gun buyers/owners has simmered down, what’s your take? Should members of Prozac nation lose their gun rights?