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Gun advocate takes to Public Square
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http://citizensvoice.com/news/gun-advoca...-1.1432223

WILKES-BARRE - Passersby on Public Square were greeted with an arresting sight Saturday: A man carrying a semi-automatic weapon.

Jason Demnicki had a version of a Kalashnikov on his back and a loaded handgun on his belt. He also had political ammunition - signs showing his support for the Second Amendment.

Demnicki, 26, is a student at Luzerne County Community College, where he said he's not allowed to carry a gun, which is something he wants to change.

In Wilkes-Barre and across the country, people demonstrated in support of gun ownership and against stricter regulations on the right to bear arms, according to media reports. The response comes soon after President Barack Obama's announcement that he wants Congress to consider stricter firearms regulations.
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Good for him. The more common the sight; the better. I'd rep him if he was here.
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Removed cause might have been troll fodder. Sorry.
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Publican;69892 Wrote:GET ready for some on this forum to start saying he is a douche for doing this.Shrug

Preemptive: Takes one to know one.
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I wonder if anyone trained their sights on him while hiding in fear?

Justin
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JustinHEMI;69903 Wrote:I wonder if anyone trained their sights on him while hiding in fear?

Justin

If they did, they'd have been breaking the law and hopefully they're caught, arrested and brought up on charges.
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Lets not get off track here fellas. No need to offer no so veiled antagonizing comments that in themselves could be considered trolling for a response.
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Good for this guy. Hopefully this becomes a more common occurrence.
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soberbyker;69907 Wrote:Lets not get off track here fellas. No need to offer no so veiled antagonizing comments that in themselves could be considered trolling for a response.

you're right, I apologize.

On topic, I admire anyone willing to stand up for their rights. I was happy to read that others joined him.

Justin
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Man, I just wish I had the financial wherewithal (read BALLS) to do that....LOL

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