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  1. The point is, you already have a right to carry in WI. You just can't conceal. You carry openly, loud and proud. There is no reason to hide your firearm if you are not up to no good. The Govenor has made this clear when he vetoed the CCW bill. I will never understand why anyone would want to make it harder to exercise a right by wanting to have a permit process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yale View Post
    The point is, you already have a right to carry in WI. You just can't conceal. You carry openly, loud and proud. There is no reason to hide your firearm if you are not up to no good. The Governor has made this clear when he vetoed the CCW bill.
    In theory, that's wonderful. In practice, (in WI among others) it's a bunch of BS. Legal, yes. But you can be sure that you will be harassed by LE. If the Gov really wanted to put his money where his mouth is, he would have advocated for some sort of civil action against any LEO who harassed someone OCing without having probable cause. Furthermore, you must unload and encase before you enter a vehicle. Not very practical.
    I will never understand why anyone would want to make it harder to exercise a right by wanting to have a permit process.
    Very well, let's call for a complete repeal of the CC ban and recognize the right without requiring a permit. I don't see that happening anytime soon. Permit requirements are unconstitutional as far as I'm concerned, but it sure beats their current status, and would be a step in the right direction.
    The two enemies of the people are criminals and government, so let us tie the second down with the chains of the Constitution so the second will not become the legalized version of the first. - Thomas Jefferson

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    What good is putting a gun on my power chair to protect myself if I can't have it loaded.

    Now I hope you can see my problem.

    I do not need protection in my car, but when I like to roll around town and window shop and go to my church's church school soccer games I would like to have a little more protection than Barney Fife.
    Sharon Schuckman
    Put on the Armor of God. And carry the biggest weapon you have.

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    Lightbulb OC is okay in WI?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shari View Post
    What good is putting a gun on my power chair to protect myself if I can't have it loaded.

    Now I hope you can see my problem.

    I do not need protection in my car, but when I like to roll around town and window shop and go to my church's church school soccer games I would like to have a little more protection than Barney Fife.
    Well, since your state is definitely infringing on your right to conceal your firearm, I say you open carry something like this:



    Of course, I think we could beef up the mount a little, considering you have a power chair. What do you think about adding this:



    Think about it, Shari. We could do a combination USA Carry open carry picnic/chair mod.
    "The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government." Thomas Jefferson

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