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PA State Police website does not mention OC!
#1
It is amazing that it does not mention anything on our state police website that OC is legal without a permit...


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#2
You sound surprised. Shrug
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Curmudgeon;18727 Wrote:You sound surprised. Shrug

I know right Lmao
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#4
I'm actually fine with that. Government exists as a necessary restriction upon us, but only restrictive in the least sense possible. Basically, laws tell us what we can't do, not what we can do. Since Open Carry is NOT against the law, government being silent on the issue is proper.

The default state for any action is that it's permitted. When government starts granting permission to do things that aren't specifically denied, that's when you've got to start to worry.
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#5
If they listed everything that was legal on their website, it would be kind of a waste of space. It makes more sense to list restricted or prohibited activities. Doesn't it?

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GreenBlood10;18766 Wrote:If they listed everything that was legal on their website, it would be kind of a waste of space. It makes more sense to list restricted or prohibited activities. Doesn't it?

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GreenBlood10;18766 Wrote:If they listed everything that was legal on their website, it would be kind of a waste of space. It makes more sense to list restricted or prohibited activities. Doesn't it?

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The PSP site doesn't mention it's illegal should be the focal point.
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soberbyker;18986 Wrote:
GreenBlood10;18766 Wrote:If they listed everything that was legal on their website, it would be kind of a waste of space. It makes more sense to list restricted or prohibited activities. Doesn't it?

GB

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The PSP site doesn't mention it's illegal should be the focal point.

This.

Also, from what I have seen of the PSP, they have their own opinions of how things should be but they do try hard to stay within the law. Before people start listing incidents of PSP misconduct, there are always exceptions, but this is what I have seen to generally be the case.

I have also seen that the PSP thinks the OC is a poor choice - not illegal, but their preference is for CC.
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Why would they discuss OC there?
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legendarylorot;18758 Wrote:I'm actually fine with that. Government exists as a necessary restriction upon us, but only restrictive in the least sense possible. Basically, laws tell us what we can't do, not what we can do. Since Open Carry is NOT against the law, government being silent on the issue is proper.

The default state for any action is that it's permitted. When government starts granting permission to do things that aren't specifically denied, that's when you've got to start to worry.

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