The Wrenn v. District of Columbia course case saw the ending on the “good reason” gun restriction. The “good reason” restriction is that gun owners are required for a concealed carry permit issuance. And because of it, DC residents suddenly jumped at the opportunity to purchase firearms.
In DC only 123 people have a concealed carry permit. That is because before the restriction was in place 77% of applicants were denied because they could not provide a “good reason” to carry.