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Old 02-18-2014, 12:00 PM   #21
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Desirable, affordable, and privileged. The twisted sales pinch to our gun rights! Everyone has there own opinion! But it makes perfect sense to me!! I too, pay inflated ammo prices, gun prices, and CC permit fees to pay for my born right!! Why?? Cause its a passion the final and probably the most significant component in all of this!

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congrats. how long is the process there?

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I go march 26 to do all the paperwork......... Just to protect my family

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Originally Posted by chloeshooter View Post

I also know for a fact that now this is tied to my truck plates, etc and a routine traffic stop will probably be a little less than routine from now on - even though I am not a criminal and never will be one.
Chloe, I thought the same thing when I got mine, but after being stopped three times, I realize that the rank-and-file LEO do not normally feel the same way as the bosses or legislature do. Cops on the beat seem to understand that a law-abiding citizen that takes classes, pays for permits, legally purchases a firearm and lives normally on the community is not going to freak out at a traffic stop and blow their heads off! Statistically, it just doesn't happen. Just act normal and friendly and it should go he same as always!
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