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Discussion in 'Gun Chatter' started by beltbuckle, Feb 12, 2007.
lol good luck! you might have to pay double for somthing like that laughs
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Open carry is legal in Oregon. Id like to see and ID like a badge for the carry permit, so when I carry open people realize that Im legal and qualified, not just some nut with a gun on the belt.
Some towns forbid open carry. Some people freak out at it. But there are lots of places here where no one looks twice at the gun on the belt holster.
You have to carry concealed in Ct. If I ever see someone carrying openly I would assume they are legal. Unless theyre wearing a ski mask. I beleive it should be the option of the liscencee.
Thats what I dont understand. Why do some people freak out when they see a gun on somones belt? They of course see cops with them.
I think it would be common sence to think that the person with the holstered gun is legal or otherwise a non threat.
Granted if that same person is swinging the gun around and has a mask on, thats a different story. Then it might be time to call the cops.
Walk through your local suburb with a rifle slung on your shoulder and see what happens.
Thats kind of the point. Pretty much anyone can have a long gun but only someone with a permit can carry a handgun so the natural assumption is that the person carrying a handgun is probably legal.
CT guns laws, or should I say anti-gun laws, you can have your license pulled for just about anything, people must love getting robbed and raped, criminals have better protection from the system then good hardworking people do, if law abiding people were allowed to open carry, how many criminal acts would be spoiled? Every time they had a bad thought theyd be reminded of the consequence, and thus......hey a lower f-in crime rate!!!!!!!!! Now only if the boys of Washington would see that!
Glocks4life, are you a member of the NRA? They notify you regularly when impending legislation is coming. We just had and have a few current issues.
No I should get my membership soon, my shooting partner is and sometimes sends me e-mail about issues going on, Ill have to get myself involved.
Just joining the NRA is a big step towards protecting your rights. They can show their membership numbers everytime theres bill on gun legislation as a concrete number of citizens who support gun rights. Thats a big part of what helped repeal the Clinton gun ban and its more important now than ever with 2nd amendment enemies in leadership of congress and the potential for the same in the white house.
The problem with NRA is that theyre little more than a Political Action Committtee (PAC) for the GOP.
Thats true on some levels. One of the reasons for that is the liberal majority of the Dem. party is decidedly anti-gun so its kind of unavoidable. I wouldnt personally affiliate myself with either party as the leadership on both sides is completely nuts. One of the problems with a representative government is only activists and radicals are willing to spend all their time involved. Regular people arent fairly represented because regular people are too busy working regular jobs, paying regular bills and raising families. Thats why adding your name to the ranks of the NRA is a good basic step towards protecting your gun rights. Unfortunately sometimes that helps assholes get elected.
Ultimately any one of these jerks running the country just might be dumb enough to bring it all down so as long as I got my guns Im as prepared as I can be for societal collapse.
Demos are gradually beginning to understand that gun grabbing is a losing issue. Although Hill and Osama are radical grabbers.
I hope the Dems will start giving up on that. I think mostly they are just trying to be quiet about it. Pelosi is a nightmare and some other Rep. just introduced a gun ban bill to the house banning everything on the Clinton ban plus anything that could even remotely be considered anything but a hunting gun. Itll be a dark day if they come for mine.
Dark, darkly, darkness . . . *S*
That will be the day I sudenly sold all my guns wink wink!
Anybody use a Brigade holster? If so what do you think of them? I'm looking at the M-11
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