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Old 12-12-2012, 05:43 PM   #71
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Fact: Your first fact is incorrect since you put in the word "registered" when talking about the gun. Many states, and I happen to live in one, don't require registering any firearm.

Fact: Your second fact is also incorrect. A gun laying on the car seat in Florida is not considered concealed and could result in the arrest of the CCW holder.

Before you make blanket statements about so-called facts you need to put in the disclaimer that what you are saying may not be legal in all states. Your so-called facts could very easily lead to the arrest of someone that violated their state laws by listening to your "facts"
Makes no sense to me. If it's not concealed then it's open. Is open carry illegal in Florida? You're right I should be more state specific.

I'm curious tho, isn't it federal law that all guns be registered by owner thru atf? State law aside I Thot that was a fed requirement.

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Some here must get pulled over a lot
The point is really moot if you obey the traffic laws & keep you car 100% legal
Haha, I tend to get pulled over every month or every other month, but that's because my foot is a little heavy. I've also been pulled over because I was driving a vehicle that matched the description of something they were looking for. I keep my trucks 100% legal at all times. I also do drive an 18 wheeler so I occasionally get pulled over in it for random DOT inspections. It's is my personal preference to disclose to the Leo that I'm armed, whether it be my handgun, shotgun or AR. It's not required in Indiana to do so but I do it for thier safety. Most of the time the leos I've encountered don't even ask for my permit, sometimes they take my pistol to thier cruiser while they run the numbers and my info. I know two state troopers who live in my hometown, I've also got an Indiana trooper and a Kentucky trooper on my wifes side and all say they do appreciate a firearm being disclosed.
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Some here must get pulled over a lot
The point is really moot if you obey the traffic laws & keep you car 100% legal
Ya, I might kinda have a lead foot and expired tags
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Makes no sense to me. If it's not concealed then it's open. Is open carry illegal in Florida? You're right I should be more state specific.

I'm curious tho, isn't it federal law that all guns be registered by owner thru atf? State law aside I Thot that was a fed requirement.

I edited to be correct.
Not that I know of, I could be wrong though
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Ya, I might kinda have a lead foot and expired tags
That'd do it
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Makes no sense to me. If it's not concealed then it's open. Is open carry illegal in Florida? You're right I should be more state specific.

I'm curious tho, isn't it federal law that all guns be registered by owner thru atf? State law aside I Thot that was a fed requirement.

I edited to be correct.

Open carry is illegal in Florida under most circumstances. We're working on it, but it's not happening yet.

The guns are "registered" in a way, but not to the owner. Any gun must be traceable to the FFL retailer. The retailer keeps the forms necessary for purchase on premises, but I don't believe they are submitted to the feds unless there is a problem with a specific firearm. Florida does not require registration, but it is an optional decision by the owner on a local level.
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Bullshet-
Why stop at offering the CCW info?
Tell them how much money is in your wallet-
Tell them your wife has a bad rash on her azz----
There are many "normal" conditions in police work- The ones i know want to make them as quick & painless as possible to all concerned parties--
You sound like a frekkin communist that demands total control in the "parties interest"
Rave on comrade---
What 'threat' does the money in you wallet, a rash on your azz have to the officer?? If you fail to see the 'reality' of what I am saying I truly feel sorry for you!!!
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What 'threat' does the money in you wallet, a rash on your azz have to the officer?? If you fail to see the 'reality' of what I am saying I truly feel sorry for you!!!
Get over yourself-
Already said "I dont care what you do"
Grown bored with it-
I do however still find you a source of amusement
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Open carry is illegal in Florida under most circumstances. We're working on it, but it's not happening yet.

The guns are "registered" in a way, but not to the owner. Any gun must be traceable to the FFL retailer. The retailer keeps the forms necessary for purchase on premises, but I don't believe they are submitted to the feds unless there is a problem with a specific firearm. Florida does not require registration, but it is an optional decision by the owner on a local level.
So on the seat of your car is not one of those circumstances then I take it. Odd, but good to know for future reference.

As for registration that's all I meant.
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Get over yourself-
Already said "I dont care what you do"
Grown bored with it-
I do however still find you a source of amusement
If facts and experience are amusing to you I can see why I am amusing to you!
All I am doing doing is giving realistic advise to try and negate a 'bad scene' if someone is contacted by a LEO. You obviously already know it all so I am not talking to you.
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