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Old 09-15-2009, 11:19 PM   #21
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True Mexican carry is just stuffing the gun in your waistband with no holster or belt clip. Georgia law requires either device for legal carry - stuffing the gun in your waistband or pocket is illegal. Yes you can carry IWB in GA but it must be in a holster or attached to a belt clip...
and you have to be a certain legal age with a permit to carry.

Not the method's fault, it's the fault of the kid. Hopefully, he won't be able to reproduce.

I don't think that type of carry method is a bright idea though.
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Old 09-15-2009, 11:26 PM   #22
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Most likely it was a small handgun, the lil gangsters this city breeds like to conceal carry aswell.

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I'm sorry, I just thought that mexican carry was a gun stuck in the pants with or without a holster.
I guess i'm ok then, I always use a holster.

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Technically not Mexican carry. Mexican carry consist of a loop of rope or leather, hanging form a belt or pant loop, inside the wast ban.

Funny anyway though.

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There are serveral rules I live my life by, #1 is I am always very careful when my gun is pointed at my we-we.

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kid had it coming. what a moron. OWNED by self.

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This may very well be the first case in history where "Going off half-cocked" becomes a permanent condition.

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You know, it would help a lot if they would just teach firearm safety in school, instead of just not mentioning it. The only safety classes they get is from the movies, and we all know that is not worth a crap. I don't know about the rest of you, but we were taught in Elementary school that you were not to be afraid of weapons, but to respect them. A lot of so called accidents would be stopped if in school, they were just taught to respect and to know just the basics of firearm safety.


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This is going to date me a bit - but when I lived in Alaska ( Valdez ) the local High School had an indoor pistol range and shooting was part of the curriculum.

I was in elementary school at the time, but we used to shoot there twice a month, once for practice and once for competition ( I shot Tyro class ).

I would be willing to bet that school NEVER had a school shooting in it's history....

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This is going to date me a bit - but when I lived in Alaska ( Valdez ) the local High School had an indoor pistol range and shooting was part of the curriculum.

I was in elementary school at the time, but we used to shoot there twice a month, once for practice and once for competition ( I shot Tyro class ).

I would be willing to bet that school NEVER had a school shooting in it's history....

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My dad was on the rifle team in high school. They shot 22s in an indoor range under the school.

Just wanted to help date you there buddy.
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