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Don't ask cops or sheriffs carrying questions
#1
They will almost always give you bad information. If you have a question like, "Can I carry there?", or, "Do I need a license to carry here?", ask it here and we will quote you the statutes and give you real world answers that you can verify on your own.
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(09-11-2012, 07:29 PM)headcase Wrote: They will almost always give you bad information. If you have a question like, "Can I carry there?", or, "Do I need a license to carry here?", ask it here and we will quote you the statutes and give you real world answers that you can verify on your own.


So true.  This should be a sticky.
I am not a lawyer.
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#3
Or gun shop employees. Wink
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#4
Or your Uncle BillyBob... Wink
headcase, bitch-slapping gun myth perpetuators since 2006.
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#5
Doesn't this go without saying? Smile

Justin
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#6
In all seriousness, I wish it did. Sadly, there are way too many gun owners out there, who believe complete nonsense because Officer jerkoff, or Uncle Billy told them it was true...
(09-11-2012, 07:50 PM)JustinHEMI Wrote: Doesn't this go without saying? Smile

Justin
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#7
Makes sense in a bizarre way. Cops really don't have to worry about losing their 2nd amendment privileges so don't have to worry about learning all the laws. Kind of like I know how to use a computer but don't need to understand every thing that goes into creating programs and hardware so I don't worry about it, just enjoy using the computer.

Folks like us can easily lose our rights and freedoms if we don't know the law. So we need to spend time researching the law.

Once again using the computer analogy, someone might see that I know how to use a computer and assume I am an expert. If they ask me in depth questions about how things work they will be disappointed.
Everytime we look the other way when someone else loses rights we disagree with, we make it easier to lose the rights we support.

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(09-11-2012, 07:55 PM)headcase Wrote: In all seriousness, I wish it did. Sadly, there are way too many gun owners out there, who believe complete nonsense because Officer jerkoff, or Uncle Billy told them it was true...
(09-11-2012, 07:50 PM)JustinHEMI Wrote: Doesn't this go without saying? Smile

Justin



Yeah good point!

Justin
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(09-11-2012, 07:55 PM)headcase Wrote: In all seriousness, I wish it did. Sadly, there are way too many gun owners out there, who believe complete nonsense because Officer jerkoff, or Uncle Billy told them it was true...
(09-11-2012, 07:50 PM)JustinHEMI Wrote: Doesn't this go without saying? Smile

Justin


I was having a discussion with a nimrod at my local Home Depot and I was quickly learning he was, as stated, a nimrod because he kept saying things like: "My cop uncle told me" or "My brother who runs a range said".  I pointed out that they are the people who make the most mistakes in regard to guns. He then started to go into a story about how he was arrested  and was told in court that you must cc if you have a ccw permit. At this point I just called his bluff and accused him of being a complete liar. He mumbled something about me not taking good advise and shuffled off.

(09-11-2012, 07:58 PM)Internet troll Wrote: Makes sense in a bizarre way.   Cops really don't have to worry about losing their 2nd amendment privileges so don't have to worry about learning all the laws.  Kind of like I know how to use a computer but don't need to understand every thing that goes into creating programs and hardware so I don't worry about it, just enjoy using the computer.

Folks like us can easily lose our rights and freedoms  if we don't know the law.   So we need to spend time researching the law.  

Once again using the computer analogy, someone might see that I know how to use a computer and assume I am an expert.   If they ask me in depth questions about how things work they will be disappointed.


Agree with you but want to point out that I think they sure as heck should know at least the basics like oc is completly lega.
You have a right to protect yourself and a duty to protect your family.
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#10
Mpan72..... Agreed and they shouldn't comment,give advice or arrest or give someone a hard time......... unless they know the law, not what they kinda think the law is or should be.
Everytime we look the other way when someone else loses rights we disagree with, we make it easier to lose the rights we support.

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