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Old 06-27-2013, 03:39 PM   #21
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You should show this tread to your very foolish buddy. He is flirting with jail time if ever caught and if married ?? He is going to mess up not only his life but his families life along with it. If he can afford a firearm and ammo he can afford to become legal and live with in your states laws or go directly to jail.
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Old 06-27-2013, 03:54 PM   #22
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Wow.....first word that comes to mind is stupid.....followed by irresponsible & reckless.....hard enough for a licensed shooter to deal with a "self defense shooting" investigation.... Never mind an unlicensed shooter.....he'd end up doing a lot of time if in Massachusetts & rightfully so I may add.....no need for cowboys
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Old 06-27-2013, 04:10 PM   #23
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better to be judged by 12 than carried by 6. i carried long before cch was available in 1995. defense of one's self and loved ones has been a responsibility even when the goverment doesnt sanctify it. i married at 17 (1974) and have carried concealed ever since.
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So I have a friend that has started carrying certain times and places but does not have a CHL. For example he doesn't go to the movies without a gun. Recent events have lead him to make this decision. I have told him there would be major consequences if he got busted. He told me yes you're right, but if the place he was at was getting shot up, and he used his gun to stop the shooter, the Consequnces would be worth it. Of course this is nothing but IF, IF, IF. We just got to talking after a few beers. (No guns lol). What are yalls thoughts?
My first thought is that he has something in his background that would disqualify him for a carry permit.
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Old 06-27-2013, 05:29 PM   #25
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In MS, I can carry in my car permit-free and do so most of the time. I use a nano vault cabled to the seat post to secure the pistol if I have to go in a store. Come July, we will be able to open carry without a permit; I don't see me bothering with that except when I fuel up the car in a less-good neighborhood.

My brother in laws both have their concealed carry permits and report that the process was simple and not too expensive.
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He told me yes you're right, but if the place he was at was getting shot up, and he used his gun to stop the shooter, the Consequnces would be worth it.
He might think differently when he is bending over to lift his soap in jail.
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He might think differently when he is bending over to lift his soap in jail.
Experience speaking?
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better to be judged by 12 than carried by 6. i carried long before cch was available in 1995. defense of one's self and loved ones has been a responsibility even when the goverment doesnt sanctify it. i married at 17 (1974) and have carried concealed ever since.
That only true of the OP's friend lives somewhere he can't get a CCW. In that case it's a decision every person has to make for themselves. If he lives in a "Free State" however he's just a fool courting a trip to the grey bar motel because he's either cheap or lazy.
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I live in a state that disqualifies me from a carry permit because carry permits are subject to simply having a "mental disorder" such as what I have with anxiety, yet I own several handguns legally because there is no federal restriction on simply having a mental disorder.I have been quite frustrated with this situation that I have been in for years.
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I support him 100%. If there were more people like him this would be a much safer world! First the progressives 'normalize' their position then the 'legalize' it. Just because it is against the 'law' does not mean a LEO MUST do anything but give a verbal warning. If a person is CCW and there are no aggravating circumstances there is no reason to arrest the citizen any more than to write a ticket of 5 over the speed limit. A little discretionary judgment will go along way to righting a wrong!!!
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