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No. I do not have a carry permit and I do not carry a gun although I own several. If I did want to carry a gun I would take the required classes to get training and learn the laws and I would carry it concealed, not out in the open. The fact that some states allow open carry without a permit does not make things any better.

Yet another aspect of all this is that when police pull someone over it pops up and lets them know that the person has a gun permit. Allowing people to carry without that extra level of safety puts officers in the position of stopping people without knowing if they have a gun or not. Gee, how could that go wrong? Just trust the people, especially the ones with bad intent, to let the officer know that they have a gun? NOT LIKELY!
Two Las Vegas men were charged on Wednesday with stealing more than 60 firearms during the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show in January, court records show.

During the SHOT Show, Eduardo Limon, 28, and Jamikko Foster, 27, worked as forklift operators stole 65 firearms, including machine guns and silencers.

According to a criminal complaint, both men are facing federal charges possession of a stolen firearm and possession of an unregistered firearm. Federal prosecutors said Foster was facing additional charges of theft of a firearm from a Federal Firearms Licensee and unlawful possession of a machine gun.

Limon and Foster were both released based on their own recognizance, but were restricted from possessing weapons

The list of weapons and accessories Foster and Limon stole included:

Glock pistols
Advanced Armament silencers
Sauer & Sons rifles
Remington machine guns, rifles and pistols


List of stolen firearms:

ATF Affidavit, Foster

KY governor signed it so it will go into effect in about 3 months. There are still idiots going on about the training and background check BS.

One of the Moms Morons Demand Action useful idiots that argued against it during the hearings was bawling about her poor little angel that got shot in a park while playing basketball... "caught in the crossfire" between two groups of 15 year olds.  And, obviously, passing this bill will mean more groups of 15 year olds carrying guns.
Firearms Related / Re: Bump Stocks BANNED! - Update: Effective 3-26-2019
« Last post by TheHarleyB on Yesterday at 09:38:04 AM »
Well, none of the lawsuits have overturned the ban or even got a judge to grant a delay while someone reasonable looks at it.

Anyone who still has a bumpstock in a few days will suddenly be a felon because they own a piece of plastic. Not a gun, definitely not a machine gun, not a trigger, not a sear... a piece of plastic. A rifle stock that fits loose enough to move around on the rifle.

Having that piece of plastic will get them a decade in prison, thousands in fines, loss of gun rights, loss of voting rights, etc.  Exactly the same as if they had a REAL machinegun.  All because someone decided that they didn't want you to have a loose gun stock.

NSSF SHOT Show / Re: Remington's new Model 700 Muzzle Loader
« Last post by Starhata on March 19, 2019, 12:12:23 AM »
I come to find people who think like me. Can talk easily
General Talk / Re: Merry Christmas to everyone
« Last post by Starhata on March 19, 2019, 12:12:06 AM »
Like this website that has all the information and knowledge for everyone who comes to find information.
General Talk / Re: New guy entering :: Yuri Sivitski - Ask Me Anything
« Last post by masfonos on March 10, 2019, 03:57:51 PM »
Paper :) probably, not sooner than May or June.

I figured you would be shooting AT some sort of targets, I meant what kind of guns!  ;D

I'm looking forward to you getting to enjoy shooting with some of the barriers removed. It's really an enjoyable pass time and a valuable skill to hone.
Bad idea. Going to have all kinds of wackos carrying around guns and someone’s going to get hurt. No training, no background check. Crazy! Keep it to licensed responsible people!


Not sure if serious...

15 of the 16 constitutional carry states already allow open carry without a permit. The last count that I saw is 31 states allowing OC without a permit. Guess what... they're not knee deep in blood from "all kinds of wackos carrying around guns." The opposite is true.

It is your opinion that having a shirt covering the firearm is all of a sudden going to wreak havoc? Or is it your opinion that all those states are wrong and the citizens there should not be allowed to exercise their right to carry a firearm?

Do you currently have a CCW permit?
General Talk / Re: New guy entering :: Yuri Sivitski - Ask Me Anything
« Last post by AmmoNight on March 08, 2019, 10:18:10 AM »
Paper :) probably, not sooner than May or June.
Bad idea. Going to have all kinds of wackos carrying around guns and someone’s going to get hurt. No training, no background check. Crazy! Keep it to licensed responsible people!
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