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Ace90
08-26-2011, 16:19
Just got an email about this news what do y'all think???



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redbaron007
08-26-2011, 18:19
Just got an email about this news what do y'all think???



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Bout time!


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lunchboxtheman
08-31-2011, 20:18
Bout time!


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+1

The bill (http://www.nraila.org/Legislation/Read.aspx?ID=7041) relaxed several other stupid restrictions as well. Now we need to hope that H.R.822 (http://www.nraila.org/Legislation/Federal/Read.aspx?id=7044) gets passed. I've contacted my representative, have you?

Angry Fist
08-31-2011, 20:19
Cool! Iheard they had it at 23 to help keep guns off campus.

redbaron007
09-02-2011, 08:53
+1

The bill (http://www.nraila.org/Legislation/Read.aspx?ID=7041) relaxed several other stupid restrictions as well. Now we need to hope that H.R.822 (http://www.nraila.org/Legislation/Federal/Read.aspx?id=7044) gets passed. I've contacted my representative, have you?

I'm still hesitant on HR822. I'm not seeing a huge benefit for this bill in its current form. It reminds me of something that sounds good, but what does it actually do.

Cool! Iheard they had it at 23 to help keep guns off campus.

I had heard this too. But I think it was a way to get the CCW passed initially, then come back and amend it. I have recently heard rumblings they may try and get something passed this next legistlative period to clean up the hodgepodge of OC laws. That would be nice.


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Angry Fist
09-02-2011, 12:29
I'm still hesitant on HR822. I'm not seeing a huge benefit for this bill in its current form. It reminds me of something that sounds good, but what does it actually do.



I had heard this too. But I think it was a way to get the CCW passed initially, then come back and amend it. I have recently heard rumblings they may try and get something passed this next legistlative period to clean up the hodgepodge of OC laws. That would be nice.


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OC is okay in my town, but none of the ones surrounding it. Might as well junk the municipal trumps state laws. Stupid, and causes too much confusion.