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    LEO illegally disarms and arrest Active Duty Master Sargent

    You people here that don't like open carry can go to he11!!! The guy was legally carrying His weapon, he said the reason He had it was due to the coyotes and bobcats in the area where they were hiking. The camcorder was to record the hike to show his son did it for a merit badge in the scouts. The LEO was the one in the wrong being He didn't even know what the law says about open carrying a rifle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gallstones View Post
    I think that everytime you carry, whether it be open or concealed, you're making a statement even if you are the only one who knows it.

    Sometimes one should indeed do a thing just because one can. It is how one comports oneself when doing it that makes it effective or ineffective.
    The only statement I ever intend to make is "I refuse to be a victim". There are much more professional ways to carry ones self than the guy in the video did or some of the people here are endorsing.
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    When Im in public with my gun, I do care what my community members think. I do care about the way I am perceived as a professional. I have a HUGE stake in my community and being 'That Guy' rolling around with an AR and being an ass to LE just wont cut it. My side arm will promptly dispatch any coyote I have ever encountered.
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    I would rather be the guy people are comfortable with at the coffee shop, or grocery store. Not the guy everyone has their eye on. I'm betting I can swing more Anti people to be Pro Gun than the guy in the video or Totidem Verbis could.
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    LEO illegally disarms and arrest Active Duty Master Sargent

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    Just because you can, doesn't mean you should.
    Yes it does. A right not excercised is a right lost.
    I will carry as I see fit anywhere, at anytime that I choose to.
    Irrational fear of a gun does not supersede my Right to carry... Period.
    If it is upsetting to you, TO BAD!



    Sent from behind enemy lines.

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    Extremists... lol

  6. We used to have pro carry rallies here in Maine a couple years ago had quite a few of them. One lesson we learned the first couple meetings is numbers make the difference. One person with a gun on his/ her hip or on their shoulder is a target for the local police and will be treated like a criminal. Two or more folks together and all of a sudden the police do not fear the guns or try to take them from you. They are polite no stupid get on the ground or keep you're hands away from the gun orders. One armed American is a threat two or more armed Americans together are a peaceful group..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mangrlt View Post
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    wtf does he expect carrying a ar15 around in public?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesMorrison View Post
    Yes it does. A right not excercised is a right lost.
    I will carry as I see fit anywhere, at anytime that I choose to.
    Irrational fear of a gun does not supersede my Right to carry... Period.
    If it is upsetting to you, TO BAD!

    Sent from behind enemy lines.
    Then expect to be harrassed. I carry for protection, not to be seen or to prove a point....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JrFreak View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesMorrison View Post
    Yes it does. A right not excercised is a right lost.
    I will carry as I see fit anywhere, at anytime that I choose to.
    Irrational fear of a gun does not supersede my Right to carry... Period.
    If it is upsetting to you, TO BAD!

    Sent from behind enemy lines.
    Then expect to be harrassed. I carry for protection, not to be seen or to prove a point....
    People like you ARE the problem.

    "Expect to be harassed"? Since when has is become acceptable for police to violate your rights with no repercussion. The fact that you willingly accept and expect it is exactly why they do it. He clearly stated he was carrying it for protection from local wildlife, why he was hiking with his son. The only pout he was trying to prove was to his son that, "I'm not going to let you get eaten by a bear."

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerb View Post
    If the leo wanted him to put the gun down, why didn't he just ask as opposed to trying to grab it from the guy's hands?
    Right! The cop grabbed his weapon which was around his neck at the time. What would be your first reaction if someone, anyone suddenly reaches out and grabs a strap around your neck and gave it a good yank? The cop was wrong, in many ways. I think the courts will rule in his favor.

    Update; the area is full of feral pigs that will rip you up. Have been attacking people and farm animals. Haven't kill anybody yet, but not from the lack of trying. They run in packs of up to 40 pigs.
    ~Responsible people who understand that their personal protection is up to them, provide themselves with protection. Those that don't have only themselves to blame.~Proud NRA ~SAF~GoA Member~

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