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Old 06-25-2012, 02:22 PM   #211
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No permit required in Nevada for open carry. One of few states that still allow it. Don't be foolish with the law & go into a bank open carrying though. It's frowned upon by the bank folks & police.
WA and OR also allow open carry. Some cities in OR (Portland for one) allow open carry only if unloaded and have a concealed permit.
I have WA and OR permits.
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State of MO also allows open carry, however very few local or county's allow it, so its rare to see here. By far most people here who carry are concealed.
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I used to open carry when I had my atv. Carried a 5 shot revolver with snake shot just in case I came upon a rattler.
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Children should be involved, how else are they going to learn gun safety?
Really.....you think it is a good idea to have children involved, while you are engaged in an ILLEGAL activity involving a firearm? What exactly are you proposing we teach our children....gun safety while you commit a criminal offense?
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Really.....you think it is a good idea to have children involved, while you are engaged in an ILLEGAL activity involving a firearm? What exactly are you proposing we teach our children....gun safety while you commit a criminal offense?
Gun safety, no matter what...
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Gun safety, no matter what...
Agreed....BTW the penalty for contributing to the delinquency of a minor in California (unlawful discharge of a firearm) is punishable by up to 1yr in prison and/or $2,500. This is the base and the penalties escalate if anyone is killed, hurt or maimed, as a result.
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Agreed....BTW the penalty for contributing to the delinquency of a minor in California (unlawful discharge of a firearm) is punishable by up to 1yr in prison and/or $2,500. This is the base and the penalties escalate if anyone is killed, hurt or maimed, as a result.
So, do you think teaching kids about firearm safety is contributing to their delinquency, California's draconian laws notwithstanding? Or do you think they're better off being insulated from the existence of firearms all together?
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Agreed....BTW the penalty for contributing to the delinquency of a minor in California (unlawful discharge of a firearm) is punishable by up to 1yr in prison and/or $2,500. This is the base and the penalties escalate if anyone is killed, hurt or maimed, as a result.
What does this have to do with the thread topic?
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So, do you think teaching kids about firearm safety is contributing to their delinquency, California's draconian laws notwithstanding? Or do you think they're better off being insulated from the existence of firearms all together?
I agree with your comments concerning gun safety.

I also agree that we should take every opportunity to teach children about gun safety. However, when the teachable moment occurs during the commission of a crime.....not so sure. Kinda like teaching your kids about auto safety, while you are cruising down the freeway at 120mph, with your seatbelt undone, with one hand on the wheel, while your chugging from a bottle of Vodka in your other hand.

My point is .......(1) it is unlawful to discharge a firearm in a public campground in California, (2) if you allow your children to participate, you are contributing to the delinquency of a minor. If you are keeping score, you have now violated two of California's ( and I believe every State 's) draconian laws.
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^ Jack. You're off topic.
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Not being sure what the current topic is, I'll answer the threads title...

YES and so is the wife....

the police will NEVER be there in time except to investigate the results...

but of course we live in the unenlightened state of Texas where we learn to hunt when we're 9 or so.... and everyone I grew up with never had a problem with guns...
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We are from Texas and only carry Bear spray, though now that we are in grizzly country ( and the grizzly population is booming!) I have rethought the no guns idea a few times late at night while tent camping . But guns just isn't our style and we would need a darn big one for grizzy bears. So bear spray it is with "Bear aware" vigilance and a lot of prayers.
Having said that, my Texas family not only have guns but have permits to carry concealed weapons, not sure why they are regular folks but to each their own I guess...it's Texas after all.
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I'm in MO & have a permit & carry daily, I'm just an average person to. Oh, same goes for wife .
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