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Old 02-06-2013, 11:00 PM   #11
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•Removes the requirement to obtain a pistol permit to carry a pistol in a vehicle.
We have this part in MS, very comforting in bad neighborhoods.


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Good luck in getting closer to how it is in wisconsin!!
I thought we were already past Wisconsin.


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I'm in north alabama (Athens) and this will be a big win for the 2nd Amendment.

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i aint to far from you. im in winston county.

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I agree with all of it except the NICS check. The Feds have no business making the decision on who gets a permit at state level.
It needs some wording to the affect that Alabama law enforcement/National Guard will not assist in the registration or confiscation of any privately owned firearms by Federal Agents.

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Heck yes! This needs to go through!

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I agree with all of it except the NICS check. The Feds have no business making the decision on who gets a permit at state level.
It needs some wording to the affect that Alabama law enforcement/National Guard will not assist in the registration or confiscation of any privately owned firearms by Federal Agents.
i agree with you 100% on that.
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One thing that confused me. If the Alabama legislator has all control of firearm, ammo, ext. dose this mean the Feds have little or no control?

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i was kind of wondering what that last part meant myself. i couldnt really understand it with the way it was worded.

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any new news? im in Gadsden..



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