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Old 09-15-2011, 02:07 AM   #1
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Wisconsin new CCW law Q & A

http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/ConcealedCarry/ccw_frequently_asked_questions.pdf

This should answer any questions you may have regarding Wisconsin's new CCW laws.
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Old 09-15-2011, 02:28 AM   #2
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Just read it and HUNTER ED still there! so I'm all set - 50 days left!.

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thanks very informative. but still no info what they consider the cut off is between knife and sword and bayonet :/ heh

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I was told 6" (blade) would be the cut-off lenght with knifes. It was from a not-so reliable source.

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It's good to see that Wisconsin is now a state that respects a person's God-given right to defend him(her)self from a violent attack. Welcome to the land of the free.

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Now we'll see how many people abuse it.

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there bound to be a FEW A HOLES who think a gun make them 10 feet tall.

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Now we'll see how many people abuse it.
that has yet to occur in any other state that has enacted strong shall issue CCW/OC laws. unless wisconsin people are the dumbest bunch of folks in the united states i doubt it will happen here.
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I havent heard of anyone around here abusing their CCP but i have heard of some people that arent or ever have been a LEO but they will go get them a high and tight haircut,some 511 pants, and some danner duty boots so they will look like a LEO and people will think that they are a LEO.

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Surely that would be a one-in-a-million retardo suffering from well-justified low self esteem.

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