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  1. #11
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    I smell trolls lots of trolls
    See, it's mumbo jumbo like that and skinny little lizards like you thinking they the last dragon that gives Kung Fu a bad name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stengun View Post
    Howdy falee,



    According to Wikipedia:

    has statutory powers of arrest, or apprehension under section 807(b) of title 10, United States Code (article 7(b) of the Uniform Code of Military Justice);


    While on AD I worked for an Absentee Collection Unit ( ACU ) and I did have the power to "arrest and/or apprehend" deserters. I arrest and apprehended deserters in +25 states and two foreign countries ( Italy and Brazil ) and I have had ZERO luck getting any type of paperwork from Uncle Sam that would allow me to CCW under the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act.

    I also worked for the State of Arkansas and Texas where I carried a gun and a badge, plus for Uncle Sam as a contractor and still have not had any luck getting the proper paperwork.

    Some of this is due to the fact that this happened over twenty years ago.

    Paul
    And the rest of it is due to you being stark raving mad I gather?
    No one has ever heard me say that I "hate" cops, because I don't. This is why I will never trust one again though: You just never know...

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    I couldn't agree more. If we keep working hard for a universal carry law this may someday be the case.

  5. Some people said that if you were a MP you can get a permit to carry in all states. Most of the MP's only saw action if they were on a gate. The men out in the bush should be granted a permit to travel because they saw more action than a MP. They were back in there bunk every night. The most action they saw with there gun was cleaning it.

  6. In most cases you are correct. However all MP's are not created equal. I was in volved in an extend gun battle that started with some people atempting to run the gate of a secure installation and the fight continued as other MP's chased them back towards the gate in an attempt to escape. Never just assume that an MP never sees any live fire action. I know different from personal experience.

  7. My concern with "universal" carry is that it would be granted by the Fed. If they can give it, they can take it away. Feel more comfortable dealing with States , but still believe the 2nd is my right to carry.

  8. If you are suggesting that you want to apply once and have it be good in all states, that could also back fire and you could loose your rights in all states. Just stay out of those states where you can not carry. They are full of criminals.

  9. #18
    Careful about seeking a universal carry law. That may mean the Feds get their hands on who does and does not get to carry, and if that happens, we know for a fact we go the way of Australia and Britain, and Obama gives the UN the 'right' to confiscate our guns. I don't want the feds any closer to my guns than I can help it, and universal carry may be that foot in the door we all regret later.

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    Howdy coach,

    Quote Originally Posted by coachdb18 View Post
    Careful about seeking a universal carry law. That may mean the Feds get their hands on who does and does not get to carry, and if that happens, we know for a fact we go the way of Australia and Britain, and Obama gives the UN the 'right' to confiscate our guns. I don't want the feds any closer to my guns than I can help it, and universal carry may be that foot in the door we all regret later.
    I agree but why can't all states recognized my State issued CCW permit just like they recognize my driver's license, my marriage license ( heck I can live in one state and get married in another and ALL states recognize my marriage license ), car tags, etc so why not my state issued CCW permit?

    Paul
    I'm so Liberal that I work at the Bill and Hillary Clinton Regional Airport!

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    Welcome to Opposite World, where you can spend 20 bucks and 5 minutes to get a driver's license that is valid in all 50 States. But hours of training and 200 or so dollars can only get you a CCW permit that works in a few.

    Lot more people dying in car accidents than being shot by legally packing folks.
    Knarren und Zigarren!!!

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