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Old 03-08-2013, 04:21 AM   #1
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Just goes to further show how I keep saying the south won't tolerate this Federal chit, just like we didn't tolerate it last time. The following hits the highlights of Georgia SB101

SB 101 would make the following pro-gun improvements in Georgia:

Enhances the current reciprocity for out-of-state concealed carry permit holders traveling through Georgia and sets legal precedent for other states to follow suit.

Prohibits the state from creating and maintaining a database of Weapons Carry License holders.

Protects the confidentiality of Weapons Carry License holders. Recently, there have been several instances of anti-gun media outlets publishing the names and addresses of Weapons Carry License holders which jeopardizes the safety and violates the privacy of law-abiding citizens. SB 101 would ensure this would never happen in Georgia.

Lowers the age from 21 to 18 for activity duty military, with specific training, to obtain a Weapons Carry License to carry a concealed firearm for self-defense.

Repeals the unnecessary and duplicative state-required license for a firearms dealer, ensuring that gun dealers are only required to have a Federal Firearms License (FFL). Preempts a ban on firearms in public housing, as the necessity of self-defense is paramount regardless of where one calls home.

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Seeing all these states propose laws like this makes me hate my state even more.

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Seeing all these states propose laws like this makes me hate my state even more.
Hence the reason I'll never leave the south.
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God Bless Georgia!

Obama, Holder and Clinton! Do you see what is going on! Welcome to the Real America!
States, Sheriffs, Law Enforcement and Citizens are not buying in to your BS lies and propaganda!

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Hence the reason I'll never leave the south.
After I graduate and get money I was planning on trying to move up to Idaho or Montana. Can't wait for that.
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Down here, we make our politicians do a little thing called listening to the public and serving them as required. If you F up and drop the ball in GA, they don't care who you are, what you did before, or what you plan on doing in the future, they will vote you out of office.

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