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  1. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by yella615 View Post
    Are u saying u agree that blacks don't need guns?
    No, that is not what I was saying. What I am saying is that the Jim Crow reminant should be removed from NC law.

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  3. #42
    Please ignore this troll. He enters threads pretending to participate, but soon gets to harping on the same bogus issue of all these racist sheriffs out there denying rights to blacks or some other group.

    "Reminant"? Good grief.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by BamaBoy View Post
    "Reminant"? Good grief.
    Placing the punctuation outside the closing quotation mark? I tend to believe that grammar and spelling are of equal importance to each other as are the 4th and 2nd amendments to the U.S. Constitution.
    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.

  5. #44
    Quote Originally Posted by BamaBoy View Post
    Please ignore this troll. He enters threads pretending to participate, but soon gets to harping on the same bogus issue of all these racist sheriffs out there denying rights to blacks or some other group.
    Actually Charlie Brown, if you google the name "Jim March" you will find that this is happening out in California. It seems that the likelyhood of getting a CCW permit is related to the racial makeup of the county you are applying in. Too many blacks or hispanics in your county and it's a no-go.

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    The Racist History of Handgun Bans in America


  7. #46
    I'm Ma you need a permit but once you have it all you have to do is go pick out what you want and buy it. No more waiting

  8. #47
    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLT View Post
    Placing the punctuation outside the closing quotation mark? I tend to believe that grammar and spelling are of equal importance to each other as are the 4th and 2nd amendments to the U.S. Constitution.
    The first and fifth are kinda important too.

  9. #48
    The punctuation is correct. In this case, the question mark does go outside the closing quotation mark.

    If the quote itself is a question, then the question mark goes inside the closing quotation mark: He asked, "What time is it?"

    But: Is he what is called a "troll"?

    Still a troll, with alarmist nonsense about non-issues. The racial makeup of California counties does not prove causation regarding denial of permits. And now it's California? Last week it was racist plots in North Carolina, and before that racist plots in Alabama, all with no proof whatsoever cited.

    NavyLT: I agree that grammar, spelling, and punctuation are important. Unfortunately, our schools no longer teach much along those lines. See the "comments" section of most online news articles for the evidence.

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    Actually, New York is county by county. According to the NY State Police and Atty. Gen. websites, issuing authorities (judge or sheriff) have the right to restrict permits. If caught carrying outside of restrictions, it is not a violation (minor offense) that carries any charge but is a referral to the issuing officer for possible suspension or revocation action of the permit. I am in Westchester so it is not east to get any permit, never mind unrestricted.

    As for purchasing a new gun, it must be "added" to your permit before you take possession. This requires you to purchase the weapon, have it stored at your dealer, and petition the issuing officer (County PD and Court in my case) to amend your permit and allow you to purchase the gun. This process takes only days in the upstate counties but more than 6 months here in the southern counties. Also, if you own more than 3 handguns, the WCPD will visit your home to make sure you have secure storage (a safe) before allowing the issuance and permission to buy another handgun. If you own more than 5, the judge will send a letter asking for justification for the quantity of weapons you own. Also, in the southern counties, permits are not issued for life, but for 5 years at a time.

    They don't make it easy but the enforcement of the rules is fair, I must say. I don't agree with the rules, but that is another issue. We are told what the rules are, and if they are followed, the authorities involved do as they promise and do not add in last minute changes in order to obfuscate. They have always been professional, which, I guess, is all we can ask here.

    At least I'm not in New Jersey.

  11. #50
    Quote Originally Posted by BIGJOHN621 View Post
    We are told what the rules are, and if they are followed, the authorities involved do as they promise and do not add in last minute changes in order to obfuscate. They have always been professional, which, I guess, is all we can ask here.
    That's all you can ask? How about asking for your American Rights? NY is the way it is because the people ALLOWED it to happen, plain and simple. There was a time where NY,NJ,MA,CA were no different than any other free state. MANY state have tried something stupid with there gun laws at some point. The difference is people push back (while they still can) and do something about it before it's too late.

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