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Posted: 4/12/2001 1:00:21 PM EDT
I was just reading an article, and it brought an idea into my mind. There are still some states (*cough*Kalifornia*cough*) that make it extremely hard to get a CCW. New York is another example, and of course, we can go on from there. So the question is, if you were going into a bad neighborhood, would you let that lack of a CCW permit stop you? Where do you draw the line and decide that enough is enough, you're gonna live through this, even if the other guy doesn't?
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 1:08:01 PM EDT
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 1:09:54 PM EDT
When I travel in or out of state it is always under the assumption that I would rather be tried by a jury of my peers than carried by six of them.
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 1:18:49 PM EDT
We have no CCW provisions at all in MO. (Even as a retired LEO there is no way I can get one.) I carry every time I leave the house.
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 1:28:35 PM EDT
When I lived in the People's Republic of Maryland, I was denied a CCW even though I'd been shot at - I was a bystander and not specifically targetted. I voted with my feet and moved to another state where things are more reasonable..
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 1:31:06 PM EDT
I made the decision long ago that I would carry legally as long as they gave me a legal avenue to do so. And when they cease to give me that legal avenue I would carry anyway.
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 1:32:01 PM EDT
Over here in the People's Republic of New Joyzee, only rich jews get carry permits. I carry my Glock w/modified Birdman sights everywhere I go. Nobody is gonna cap my black ass without getting a hail of gunfire in return. BTW: NJ sucks. (ever drive through Cedar Grove??)
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 1:34:42 PM EDT
Hypothetically speaking and for instance, if I lived in a place like southern California and the Rodney King civil verdicts were about to be announced, I would not leave the house without a firearm concealed about my person. Also, if my mother-in-law lived in a place like Cerritos, California, I might conceivably escort her that weekend to church and back, to the store and back, etc, carrying a firearm all the while. But the police are there to protect us, so this hypothetical discussion, while entertaining, is essentially pointless. Semper Fidelis Jarhead out. ----------------- “. . . a government and its agents are under no general duty to provide public services, such as police protection, to any particular individual citizen.” --Warren v. District of Columbia, 444 A.2d 1 (D.C. App.181)
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 1:37:02 PM EDT
paspecops - Welcome Home, brother!! [beer]
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 1:39:51 PM EDT
I carry always. When I happen to be in a place where carry is allowed legally then I carry larger less discreet firearm. I always carry but when doing so illegally then I downsize.
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 1:41:24 PM EDT
living in los angeles - i carry a concealed cell phone on condition one. full battery and safety off :-) i like the weapons carrying ability in israel the best - pop down to the 7-11 with an m4 for a slurpee - how cool is that? off to the pet store, cleaners? take your best friend!!! (m4) steve
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 1:43:21 PM EDT
In Washington State I can't carry until I'm 21, I'm 19 now, I'll just wait two years. Kyle
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 1:51:40 PM EDT
When I lived back east, I carried, when I felt it was needed....Ohio had NO CCW, and my ex was in DC for a year....Carried, Carried, Carried.. Now I legally carry in-state...My parents live in KaliKomie.....No Komment.....
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 1:58:34 PM EDT
On those rare occasions when I have to go into Philadelphia, it sure is comforting to have a .45 on my side and a .357 Magnum in my back pocket. Even better would be to never have to go there though. I can't discuss situations when I have to work in Baltimore or DC. I'm still here though, aren't I?
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 2:05:27 PM EDT
Live In Cincinnati Would you carry Take About1 sec and think about it!!!!
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 2:12:45 PM EDT
Once again I must ask my repeated question- Does the outcome of what might happen if you're a victim of a violent crime, outway the penalty of unlicensed concealed carry? [b]DEATH[/b] vs. fine/jail time. I carried before I was issued my permit and will carry again if they take it away. Where I'm from the LE Center is 50 miles away. I see a Deputy Sheriff in the area about every 2 months. There's now way one will be around when needed. We all have the right to [b]Self Preservation.[/b] Do whatever it takes to [b]Stay Alive.[/b]
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 2:42:17 PM EDT
Calif does allow unlicensed carry in certain circumstances. Look up the following in DOJ-Dangerous Weapons Control Law. 12031 (j)(1) 12031 (j)(2) 12031 (k) 12031 (k)(1)
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 2:47:06 PM EDT
I used to have something around all of the time. Then I got civilized and got the proper paperwork and now I just carry the two allowable. Both are Sigs. Use the same holsers etc. I'm set but wish that they were a bit smaller.
Link Posted: 4/12/2001 3:07:04 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 4/12/2001 3:10:59 PM EDT by Ken]
Got mine, but with so many restrictions, what's the point? Gator38; What's going on?
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