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Old 12-02-2011, 12:23 AM   #1
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I was wondering about some law pending gowing throught the house or senate? About some concieled carry law? I was wondering what you thought of this And where can I see more info on it thanks

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Old 12-02-2011, 12:25 AM   #2
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you can look in the legal section of this forum. we recently had this discussion...

found a link

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f97/lets-get-bill-passed-50779/

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Birdguy,

JJ is correct it is about the third column down on the Legal Activism Section.

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its a dead bill. harry reed refuses to bring it forward for debate in the senate much less a vote

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figures, everytime similar legislation has come up in the past it never seemed to make it to the pres, granted our current one is, well, from hawaii, which is worse than kommiefornia, and would have likely vetoed it.

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its a dead bill. harry reed refuses to bring it forward for debate in the senate much less a vote

Never knew Harry Reed had power to abort a bill before a debate.
You mean that soft-spoken, whisperingly kind of guy single-handedly
killed the convienience of national concealed carry? He lives in Las Vegas,
for Pete's sake!! The land of you name it and it's got it!
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Gambling and whores are ok, concealed carry isn't. Doesn't the NRA
support good ole Harry?

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Gambling and whores are ok, concealed carry isn't. Doesn't the NRA
support good ole Harry?
Gambling & whores = $$$$$
concealed carry = freedom

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The NRA is a one issue organization & has supported harry reid because, to get elected in his state, he had to claim to be pro 2nd amendment. They don't have a problem with all the other bilge water that he stands for. I think they've been getting some flack over this because, if I remember right, they did not officially endorse him the last time.

As for the national carry law, keep in mind that ALL federal gifts have strings attached. I prefer that my state legislature has full control over our firearm carry laws. I believe we have a better chance of getting more relaxed regulations, over time, when dealing with them, than dealing with federal people. Once the federal government gets their 'foot in the door' on carry laws, they will take them over completely, then look out!

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Default It might be along the lines of....

Be careful what you wish for....you might get it. Has anyone thought that if the Fed's ever get that law passed, that they might also use that fact to push obamacare? If they could mandate the individual registering a firearm with the Fed's, could they not also mandate that those registered would have to purchase liability insurance for carrying the pistol? Then mandate we purchase medical insurance. All with regulations - not with congress passed laws.

Talk about the camel's nose under the tent.

They could mandate Federal Firearms permits registration so that the local police could tell if the out of state permit was valid. Then they have a list of everyone who carries legally, and so then do they have a list of firearms possessors.
What could go wrong?

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