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Old 12-06-2013, 10:38 AM   #31
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Have had occasion to spend a lot of time in secured areas where I cannot introduce a firearm. For those that think they can smuggle one in to a nuclear weapons manufacturing facility, give me a minute to go grab some popcorn- I wanna watch this! When I could not carry, I always had a non-sparking bung wrench on my keyring. Brass rod, with two 1 inch long brass teeth at a right angle to the rod. Use it to unscrew the bungs of a 55 gal drum. Non-sparking for flammables. You say it looks just like a kubotan? What's that? Never heard of that. Naw- bung wrench.
Now I'm gonna get freaked if you say " I am the Great Cornholio...."
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A cutlass. I'm a freaking pirate.
I'm not seeing the correlation between Buicks and pirates? Lol

I guess a Buick could b used as a weapon though....
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Old 12-06-2013, 12:39 PM   #33
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Old 12-06-2013, 12:48 PM   #34
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I'm not seeing the correlation between Buicks and pirates? Lol

I guess a Buick could b used as a weapon though....
a cutlass is a type of sword that pirates carried. not the Oldsmobile Cutlass!
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Old 12-06-2013, 12:52 PM   #35
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I was wondering why the hell Buick came up!

Yes, the cutlass is short, wide, and heavy, designed for close quarters. Just the way I like it.
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I'd go back to carrying a large knife. That's the whole reason I got a ltc to start with, at the time I had No car so I walked everywhere. I carried a 'hunting knife' as it was called, clearly visible on my side as required by law. I was stopped by the police 3 times in one week. By the third time I was fed up and No longer interested in being civil. When asked why I was carrying a knife I asked why the cop had a gun. I then asked if he would prefer if I carried a gun.
He sarcastically replied that Atleast then he wouldn't see it and therefore wouldn't be hassling me. So I complied with his sarcastic request and got my license.
Not only have I not been bothered since but as many of you know I spent some time outfitting their entry weapons. Funny how things work out.
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You guys are all havin' fun with this, but I get to deal with this situation nearly every week.

I live in S.E. PA very near to the borders of MD & DE, I am legal in PA & DE, when I carry, but it is virtually impossible to get a CC permit in MD. My mother is in a nursing home in MD and my father spends the summers on the Chesapeake bay. When visiting either of them, which I do frequently, I always carry a lock-blade knife and have a large Maglite in every vehicle.

As you can imagine the MD constabulary frown upon any transgression of the state's "no carry" policies and vehemently enforce these laws. Any violation is a felony offense and not helpful in any way, whatsoever!
I just came from Kalifornia where it would have been illegal for me to carry a firearm as I didn't have a permit. And had almost no desire to shell out the gobs of cash to get one.

So I feel your pain.

I joked earlier on this thread but I realize there are thousands of citizens who do not have the means to get a CCW permit or maybe their state makes it unfeasible to do so. My heart goes out to them, although it has been nearly two years since I have carried a handgun for defensive purposes. I usually have a knife on my body though.
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Duplicate reply. Sorry.

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