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  1. There should be no training required to carry a firearm. I just don't see that requirement in the 2nd Amendment. We do not have a training requirement in WA state to obtain a CPL and no license or training is required to open carry. Yet there is no discernible negative effect from not requiring training here, nor in any other state that does not have a training requirement.

    There is no training requirement in Arizona, Vermont, Alaska, now Wyoming and other states as well. Where are the negative effects in reality?

    CCW should be "automatic" nationwide for anyone legal to possess a firearm, and the prohibitions against firearm possession for some groups of people should be repealed as well.
    Anyone who says, "I support the 2nd amendment, BUT"... doesn't. Element of Surprise: a mythical element that many believe has the same affect upon criminals that Kryptonite has upon Superman.

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    A Honarable Discharge does not always reflect the true reason for separation nor does it insure that the individual is competent to carry a weapon of any kind.
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  4. Navy should be excluded from the special treatment stated.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by DOGFACE SOLDIER View Post
    Navy should be excluded from the special treatment stated.
    Who gets called when the Army gets in trouble?



    And, we can conceal carry fairly well....

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    Anyone who says, "I support the 2nd amendment, BUT"... doesn't. Element of Surprise: a mythical element that many believe has the same affect upon criminals that Kryptonite has upon Superman.

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    In SC it isn't quite what you want but will suffice for the training portion of the permit process.

    (f) a member of the active or reserve military, or a member of the National Guard who has had handgun training in the previous three years.

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    In some states, i.e., kalifornia, requests a DD Form 214 to show you have shot some type of rifle, pistol or revolver. All this does is it counts towards the Hunting Safety classes that are mandatory in those states, but has nothing to do with getting a CCW.
    The Second Amendment is not about Hunting!!
    When the Government is afraid of of it's People, This LIBERTY
    When the People are afraid of the government, That is TYRANNY

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    As a retired Marine (30 years AD)I think we need to be more realistic about veteran Status. it is not nearly as elite as many would like to believe. There have been millions of veterans. Although some didn't serve,the sad truth is the military could not have absorbed them all if they had signed up. I served six years in country during the VietNam War, and my nation did reward me for my service. I have my house because of a GI Loan and I have two college degrees (Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts) that I earned through the GI Bill. I also have neighbors who never served but are good people who take care of their families and vote. I do not consider that I rate any special privileges over them. The right to bear arms is a Citizen's right, the Constitution says nothing about military service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swsd40 View Post
    I also have to disagree. As a U.S. Navy Veteran, we were not allowed to handle handguns. I know a couple active duty Army personnel I would think twice before inviting them to go out back and firing a few magazines. I'm not so sure it would be a good idea, nice thought though.
    Dad is a Navy vet. And he had to stay qualified during his entire time in the service with a .45 semi auto. It depends on what you did in the service, not that you were in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywarrior View Post
    What you never qualified with a .45? I spent 20yrs giving the training lecture, working in aromrys, running indoor ranges and teaching sailors how to shoot handguns as an AO (Aviation Ordenanceman). Must be the new Navy.
    Dad was qualified in 1946 and carried till 1971 when he joined the Naval Reserve with credit for 26 years of AD. CTMCM when he retired. Sure has to be the new Navy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    Who gets called when the Army gets in trouble?



    And, we can conceal carry fairly well....

    I see your BB picture and raise you 1 video.
    Dad's ship.

    And as for subs, they carry SEALs concealed too.

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