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Old 04-09-2013, 06:04 AM   #111
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These states do not require back ground checks or license to carry.
Maybe your paperwork is obsolete, but as a gun buyer in Utah, I must attest to the 4 pages of background check paperwork I need to complete on every gun purchase clearly checks my background. Every stinkin' time! So yes, Utah does require a background check. Every damned time I buy a cool old gun!
It only takes a few minutes normally, and no, I don't recall seeing a special addendum for mental illness in 2012 (haven't bought a gun since Aug '12), but wouldn't be surprised to see it in 2013 at some point. I do think mental illness should be a major consideration in the right to own a gun.

How about some actual facts prior to posting from here on forward?? The knee-deep opinionated BS is getting rather thick...
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Old 04-09-2013, 06:18 AM   #112
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PM sent with proof. Awaiting your apology.
I apologize, it was late last night & I was being a jerk.
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Old 04-09-2013, 06:20 AM   #113
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I don't need to redeem myself to anyone. Especially the state. I'm only going because they'll kidnap me if I don't.

You can't just go around calling people liars and then cop out when they give you the means to do the research yourself and expect to maintain credibility my friend. Have a nice day.

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Maybe your paperwork is obsolete, but as a gun buyer in Utah, I must attest to the 4 pages of background check paperwork I need to complete on every gun purchase clearly checks my background. Every stinkin' time! So yes, Utah does require a background check. Every damned time I buy a cool old gun!
It only takes a few minutes normally, and no, I don't recall seeing a special addendum for mental illness in 2012 (haven't bought a gun since Aug '12), but wouldn't be surprised to see it in 2013 at some point. I do think mental illness should be a major consideration in the right to own a gun.

How about some actual facts prior to posting from here on forward?? The knee-deep opinionated BS is getting rather thick...
I totally agree, I'm almost positive that the majority of people on this thread don't live in Utah, and most of them are ill-informed about our laws.

P.S. I live in Tooele, Utah,
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Maybe they don't live in Utah but the state gives out thousands of CCW Permits to people that have the price of a Big Mac. Those pages of forums you fill out go into a drawer and remain there until they are destroyed. There are no checks made on these forums.
What is your agenda? It sounds very much like a "Troll".

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I totally agree, I'm almost positive that the majority of people on this thread don't live in Utah, and most of them are ill-informed about our laws.

P.S. I live in Tooele, Utah,
You need to hit the edit button and just say- and most of them are just ill-informed about everything.

And then you will be called a "troll" if you don't agree with whatever and hit the "like this post" button with no regard for the truth.
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Old 04-09-2013, 04:22 PM   #117
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I live in Utah and I believe that all criminal activity is non-existent here because law makers have created "laws" that everyone abides by. Doesn't a CCP cost around fity dollah?

For some strange reason, some of you think that laws stop criminals.

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I don't live in Utah (obviously) and I am not trying to troll or fan a fire here, but I kinda do have a problem with how any state or our Government wants to include mental health background checks into our rights to buy guns or get a CCW. Don't get my wrong I think it is a good idea to a point and then there are other reasons why I think it could be bad. Depending on your mental health record if you are deemed violent and uncontrollable with your emotions, etc. I think it would be good to prevent someone from buying a gun or being able to carry, but I am worried that some individuals such as myself who have been diagnosed with PTSD, or severe PTSD in my case would be caught up in this and then not allowed to own or carry, when I have proven I am not mentally unstable or a danger, I would NEVER go shoot a bunch of innocent people for no reason and as a matter of fact even with being diagnosed with severe PTSD I had to go thru a little more in depth screening but I still passed and was cleared to get a security clearance and work as a federal police officer. I just worry that depending on how in depth they wanna play into mental health records for these background checks that it could hurt many Veteran's or LEO's who have been thru traumatic events from owning or carrying. Thoughts?

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I totally agree, I'm almost positive that the majority of people on this thread don't live in Utah, and most of them are ill-informed about our laws.

P.S. I live in Tooele, Utah,
Now, Cinder is from Utah and was telling me about some of the Towns with funny names. How the hell do you pronounce that? Looks like "tool" to me.
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Now, Cinder is from Utah and was telling me about some of the Towns with funny names. How the hell do you pronounce that? Looks like "tool" to me.
It's pronounced Too-will-ah. I believe it's a Native American name.
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