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Old 10-07-2012, 09:46   #2
cajun_chooter
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Florida AG Says Carrying a Gun is Always Presumably a Crime

ever since the Martin shooting in Florida... cops will be trying to deter anyone from carrying.. nuf said

Moderator Note: I moved this discussion to its own thread so as not to derail Arrested, prosecuted for incidental exposure.

Lets center it around the FL AG's opinion. Link to commentary on that is in Posts #5 and #8.

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