Retired Marine Art Dorsch says his Second Amendment rights are in danger.
The 77-year-old retired US Marine Corps veteran sent a newstip to 9Wants to Know saying he’s afraid he’ll be homeless if he doesn’t comply.
The letter went out to residents on August 1 and says they have until October 1 to comply with updated “community policies.”
On page 2 is a brand new provision saying “firearms and weapons are prohibited.”
“It upsets me very much,” Dorsch said.
As of October 1, residents cannot display, use, or possess any firearms or weapons of any kind, anywhere on the property.
“I’m a hunter. I’m a licensed conceal and carry person,” Dorsch said.
Dorsch says the guns, which he keeps securely locked in a safe, make him feel secure in his home.
“They want to take them all away from me. They say I can’t live here,” he said.
Dorsh says apartment managers told him to give up the guns and stay, give notice and move out voluntarily, or be forced to move out if he doesn’t comply with the new policy.