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Old 10-21-2013, 11:05 PM   #21
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It finally came in. not sure why mine took 3 weeks. Unless they had a bunch to go thru.
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It finally came in. not sure why mine took 3 weeks. Unless they had a bunch to go thru.
Maybe they weren't too sure about you. :-)
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Old 10-21-2013, 11:56 PM   #23
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I find it more than just a little spooky at how many are happy to receive the right to exercise their Constitutional rights and even pay for the privilege!
That price was paid long ago!
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I find it more than just a little spooky at how many are happy to receive the right to exercise their Constitutional rights and even pay for the privilege!
That price was paid long ago!
Because paying for it is cheaper than jail/ fines. Sign of the times, I guess.
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Because paying for it is cheaper than jail/ fines. Sign of the times, I guess.
The death of the greatest nation ever, I guess.
A free man has to pay nobody for a right guaranteed by the constitution of his own country!
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The death of the greatest nation ever, I guess.
A free man has to pay nobody for a right guaranteed by the constitution of his own country!
I guess I'm just mostly free. It cost me $50 for 5 years (I think). I know, its the point, I shouldn't have to pay anything. Still cheap insurance, imo.
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I guess I'm just mostly free. It cost me $50 for 5 years (I think). I know, its the point, I shouldn't have to pay anything. Still cheap insurance, imo.
sometimes naivety is a comforting thing I suppose.
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sometimes naivety is a comforting thing I suppose.
So I'm naive because I followed the law? It's a small price to pay to not get arrested for defending myself. I see your point, I really do, and I wish I didn't have to go through the steps.

Taking this a step further, are you saying if I want a full auto or suppressor I should just make it so with tools and know-how? Pizz on the law, right?
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Because paying for it is cheaper than jail/ fines. Sign of the times, I guess.
Yep here in Ohio if you have a loaded gun in your car and get caught its a fine plus jail.
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Yep here in Ohio if you have a loaded gun in your car and get caught its a fine plus jail.
Correct ..... Carrying Concealed Weapon (CCW) charge

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