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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff martin View Post
    I hurled no insult! The jest of my comment was that a jury could be swayed against you if you had used alcohol before discharging your weapon in a public place! The state can bring experts to contradict your level of impairment!! Some of us simply choose that no alcohol while carrying is safer for all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff martin View Post
    Very simply, NO!! Only an idiot would ever be armed while drinking!!

    The Second Amendment protects All Rights!!
    So half of the posters in this thread are idiots?

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    For those who would like a test case:

    http://www.rgj.com/article/20080526/NEWS18/80526010

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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Firefighterchen View Post
    For those who would like a test case:

    http://www.rgj.com/article/20080526/NEWS18/80526010
    "After further investigation as well as ongoing discussions with Humboldt County District Attorney Russell Smith, the decision was made that the shooting of Villagomez by the Reno man was a justifiable homicide as outlined in Nevada Revised Statute 200.120 and 200.160. Because of this the Reno man was released from police custody."

    Unfortunately, the article never says if "the Reno man" had been drinking or not.
    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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    Just because I'm getting the feeling that something is getting overlooked by some... I haven't seen ANYONE recommend carrying and getting actually drunk. What I have seen is people who see no issue with having a beer or two or a glass of wine... most commonly with dinner! That means drinking slowly, drinking water, and eating food. Yes, yes... even one drink can cause some impairment. But by the time you're done with your meal, it's probably been a couple hours. That means most, if not all (especially with how I go about it), of the alcohol is already out of your system by the time you're done eating and ready to leave. And you haven't had much in your system at once the whole time. Yes, everyone's different, but I am a stick figure with low tolerance. If I can stay safe, anyone can figure out how to keep from being impaired; plenty of calculators online if you want to go find out exact numbers.
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  6. Simply my opinion, just like others giving their opinions and it was aimed at no one specifically!! Unlike the attacks made by yourself and others on this thread!! We disagree!! Time to move on!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff martin View Post
    Simply my opinion, just like others giving their opinions and it was aimed at no one specifically!! Unlike the attacks made by yourself and others on this thread!! We disagree!! Time to move on!!

    The Second Amendment protects All Rights!!
    Refer to post #21.

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  8. Uh that was no insult and I've already explained it!! Good day sir!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolf_fire View Post
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    HAHAHAHAHA! I just died laughing. Literally. Funeral's tomorrow.

    Think this thread definitely needed that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff martin View Post
    Uh that was no insult and I've already explained it!! Good day sir!!
    ...Only an idiot would think that wasn't an insult...

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