HEBER CITY Utah (ABC 4 News) - Utah's sheriffs are prepared to take on the president when it comes to guns.
Last week they sent him a letter stating they would not enforce any new gun laws they believe are unconstitional.
"We are prepared to trade our lives in defense of the constitution of the United States," says Summit County Sheriff David Edmunds.
28 of Utah's 29 sheriffs signed off on the letter. Edmunds says it's meant as a preemptive strike in case the president enacts tougher gun laws like limiting assault rifles or restricting the amount of ammo in a gun clip. "