"Constitutional Carry"

Discussion in 'Concealed Carrying & Personal Protection' started by Jeepix, May 11, 2010.

  1. Jeepix

    Jeepix New Member

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    I just read this article today and am excited if this is something will happen across the U.S. Crime will drop through the floor all over the U.S. Good for Arizona for passing this law, it's too bad that it was done after so many years of all the bad things going on over there.

    "Constitutional Carry" for Firearms
     
  2. dunerunner

    dunerunner New Member

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    +1, Jeepix! Every state in the union should pass similar legislation.
     

  3. Jeepix

    Jeepix New Member

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    Heck yeah! I'm with you 100% I'm a consultant and sometimes travel to pretty bad areas, it'd make me feel a lot more comfortable to be able to carry. Having a state of the art laptop and possibly some other equipment in tow could be tempting to some people. There's been some areas where I was terrified and had to have some of the employees I was working with walk me back out to the parking lot. One time one of them thanked me for walking with them at the end of the day because they had the same concerns!
     
  4. NitroxAZ

    NitroxAZ New Member

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    What bad things going on here?
     
  5. gorknoids

    gorknoids New Member

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    What? And abide by the constitution?!?!?! You homophobic, animal-hating, non-diverstity-appreciating isolationist! What next, huh? I suppose you're going to say that people are supposed to rely on themselves to get through life, aren't you, Mister "I Can't Count On A Cop 12 Miles Away To Stop This Carjacking". Mister "This Mexican Invader Doesn't Deserve To Kill Me and My Family". Mister "I Deserve What I Worked For More Than Some Illegalista Who Is Breaking Into My Store For the Fourth Time".
    Our wonderful and brave police are not assigned to be our bodyguards. Can I get a "Hell-Yeah"?
    Their job is to do the hard stuff. Responding to the scenes where most people would be traumatized for life by what they were met with. Stuff that the average American simply can't imagine, because it isn't in their sphere of experience. Stuff that doesn't get printed in the papers, and even if it's hinted at, the reader has no clue as to how bad things were. Or are.
    I do not expect the police to protect me, except in so much as they have their finger on the pulse of a situation by knowing what is REALLY going on to have broken up the threats and put them away before I enter the equation.
    Law Enforcement would be best served by taking those who believe that they have paid for bodyguards ride with them for a couple weeks.
    Those people would immediately be doing their part do defend themselves against the unimagineable.
     
  6. CA357

    CA357 New Member Supporter

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    If it wasn't so covered in desert, I'd move to Arizona. After California, I probably wouldn't know what to do. :rolleyes:
     
  7. DrumJunkie

    DrumJunkie New Member

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    Interesting...I can't wait to see how this plays out elsewhere.
     
  8. Tackleberry1

    Tackleberry1 New Member

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    Arizona ROCKS!

    Now, please, dump McCain and I'll move down there!

    TACK
     
  9. doctherock

    doctherock New Member

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    If it werent for the damn heat I'd love to move back. Born and raised in the Zona till i was 12.
     
  10. Viking

    Viking Active Member

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    Yeah I know about you folks out there on the coast with moss growing between your toes.:D
     
  11. WannaGator

    WannaGator New Member

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    Wow

    Makes me want to move to AZ.

    Wish OHIO was as reasonable.