Originally Posted by brcombs
Handgunlaw.us has vehicle carry information for each state. Just click on the state and scroll down.
thanks for the link.....carry on
Originally Posted by ezkl2230
This bill will provide for concealed carry in pistol free zones (among other things).
Under the legislation, permit holders would be allowed to carry guns in the so-called “pistol-free zones” if they undergo an extra nine hours of training beyond the current eight.
They also would have to fire an extra 94 rounds at the range beyond the 98 the legislation requires for a basic permit. Just 30 rounds are required now.
Gun on his hip, state Sen. Arlan Meekhof demonstrates his support for allowing concealed handguns in schools and other public places | MLive.com
Originally Posted by BigSlick
Originally Posted by longslide10
I just wonder how far people will be pushed before snapping
Eventually that line will be crossed and I would not want to be wearing a uniform with a badge when it happens. Just think if something like Katrina (either natural or man made) happened across the entire US.
it is up to each state to declare a state of emergency. it is up to each voter to demand the right to keep and bear arms during a declared emergency. in north carolina for example, it was just written into the state
Originally Posted by superprincess
hi everyone.. just want you all to know i was robbed tonight
by a young black male wearing a red hoodie and dark pants.
i was so nervous when i couldn't get the safe open.. i almost
wet my pants when i heard him clicking the gun.. i know what
you are thinking does she have a gun and the answer is no..
i need to get one fast because i don't like the way being a
get the gun and hide it behind the counter. you dont need a concealed
Originally Posted by eagleeyes
good because parks are a prime place for bad guys to hang out and try and rape and rob women while their guard is down enjoying nature or tending to their children........
thanks eagle. it is a state bill for carrying in resturaunts that serv or sell alcoholic drinks.and also alowing carry in state parks.
there was supposed to be a vote in the senate last week on the bill.