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Old 05-06-2012, 07:06 PM   #15
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Packing heat?

We have a 1500 watt ceramic heater for those chilly nights.

To disclose more would, in my opinion, be somewhat risky.

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Old 05-06-2012, 07:12 PM   #16
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In most states, a motor home falls under vehicle rules when being driven. In some states, that means that w/o a recognized permit, the firearm must be unloaded, cased, and secured in an outside compartment when driving. A good reference book for any traveler w/firearms to have is Traveler's Guide to the Firearm Laws of the Fifty States. It is updated every year, and is quite inexpensive.
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Yes ,sometimes I forget I have it on....
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Old 05-06-2012, 07:16 PM   #18
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One question for those who say they got a Permit to Carry, if you have your gun in a drawer of your RV that is a home and you do not need a permit, the Permit to Carry is for having a gun on your person in a holster or your pocket and WHY would you want to carry a gun while you are in a motorhome? In all states you can have a gun in your home and a motorhome is a home or a second home if you have a regular home and then the motorhome is clasified as a "Second Home".
Most states say if you are plugged into utilities, you are a home. If not, you are like any other vehical on the road. If you carry a gun while traveling you need to know the castle laws and stand your ground laws of each state, depending how you are parked.
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I have a CHL and no one needs to know if I am carrying or not.

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I have a CHL and no one needs to know if I am carrying or not.

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Well, you just told the whole world. Just let me know where you're at so I don't break in
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Old 05-06-2012, 10:53 PM   #22
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I pack heat, also known as personal summers or hot flashes.
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Have any of you who carry a gun ever had to shoot some one?

When you are faced with a situation where you have to actually point a revolver at a person and pull the trigger you will experience something you never ever want to experience again.

I don't carry a gun.
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Well, you just told the whole world. Just let me know where you're at so I don't break in
Sometimes I carry and sometimes I do not. So you never know...Are you feeling lucky...punk?

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Sorry folks, don't shoot me, I wasn't aware it was a topic off limits so if it offends I apologize.
i wasnt looking for an apology ,it doesnt offend me i was just giving you a "warning shot"
my wife and i both have carry permits .how ever be careful when dealing with my wife she always hits the body mass but has habit of hitting it low so she wont only getcha but will take out the mr. part off your anatomy
btw I never apologize for anything i say
get a permit and carry if you dont have one
remember when danger is seconds away help is only minutes away
choose your "safety plan" learn it well and be ready to execute it and pray you never have to use it
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