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    Re: U.S. Supreme Court declines new gun regulations challenge

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    that's moronic-well regulated applies to militia not individuals. And your distrust of fellow citizens is really nutty
    but, only Individuals who are a well regulated Militia of the People, have literal recourse to our Second Amendment.

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    Re: U.S. Supreme Court declines new gun regulations challenge

    Quote Originally Posted by Summerwind View Post
    Actually to use a chain saw in public, yes you do. Sorry.
    I've used all manor of chainsaw in construction (from clearing land to simple pruning) and I've never heard of ever needing a permit to use one.

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    Re: U.S. Supreme Court declines new gun regulations challenge

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    I've used all manor of chainsaw in construction (from clearing land to simple pruning) and I've never heard of ever needing a permit to use one.
    On a private piece of property where you were invited to utilize it. Try going onto public land and getting caught using one to say gather the year's firewood. Or go downtown and decide to trim up a tree or such.

    That said, chain saws aren't considered "deadly" machines such as cars and guns are since very few incidents of chain saw deaths occur and are mostly accidents.
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    Re: U.S. Supreme Court declines new gun regulations challenge

    Quote Originally Posted by Summerwind View Post
    On a private piece of property where you were invited to utilize it. Try going onto public land and getting caught using one to say gather the year's firewood. Or go downtown and decide to trim up a tree or such.

    That said, chain saws aren't considered "deadly" machines such as cars and guns are since very few incidents of chain saw deaths occur and are mostly accidents.
    We have prisoners clear the underbrush throughout the Black Hills. Are you saying these prisoners have to get a permit when they use a chainsaw to clear state-owned land?

    If so, are you saying prisoners should be able to wield firearms and perform armed jobs on public land? You would be OK with an armed prisoner as a game warden checking your rifles for hunting compliance?

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    Re: U.S. Supreme Court declines new gun regulations challenge

    Quote Originally Posted by Summerwind View Post
    On a private piece of property where you were invited to utilize it. Try going onto public land and getting caught using one to say gather the year's firewood. Or go downtown and decide to trim up a tree or such.

    That said, chain saws aren't considered "deadly" machines such as cars and guns are since very few incidents of chain saw deaths occur and are mostly accidents.
    Umm, if you go onto the forrest service to gather wood for the years firewood you don't need a permit to run a chainsaw. You need a permit to gather wood. Hence why they're called "Wood Permits" and not "Chainsaw permits".

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    Re: U.S. Supreme Court declines new gun regulations challenge

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    'Ya know, I am kind of in the middle regarding this issue. I do feel that background checks should be necessary so that criminals and crazy people cannot legally purchase a gun. However, once passing a background check, I very strongly feel that carrying a gun is a constitutional right, per the second amendment. I believe the members of the Supreme Court are being cowards in avoiding this issue. And since this is the Roberts court, I am somewhat surprised, not to mention deeply disappointed.

    Discussion?

    Article is here.
    If the SCOTUS will not defend an article from the Bill of Rights, then is seems to me that it ought to be disbanded and another, more functional Court put in place.

    Come to think of it, it seems like a good idea to replace every member of the Court after a small number of years, say ten.
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    Re: U.S. Supreme Court declines new gun regulations challenge

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    gun nuts being the low wattage ninnies who are afraid of honest people being armed? or worse yet, whine about gun ownership because they don't like the politics of most gun owners
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    There is a legitimate, logical and rational expectation to assume any legislative or judicial move to limit gun ownership and usage, would trigger a violent reaction from the gun nuts.

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    Re: U.S. Supreme Court declines new gun regulations challenge

    I don't like this MAY issue business. Here in California we are MAY issue, my wife and I both have our CA permits as we live in an issue friendly county. Friends and family in other counties don't have a snowballs chance of getting a permit.
    Another thought I keep in the back of my head is even though my permit is good statewide, if I happen to find myself carrying in a county that does not issue, what would a simple traffic stop be like with an officer not accustomed to seeing a CA permit?

    I don't understand the comment a few pages back claiming upstate NY and NYC should have different carry laws. I value my life the same regardless of the zip code I happen to be in at the moment.

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    Re: U.S. Supreme Court declines new gun regulations challenge

    Quote Originally Posted by Paxaeon View Post
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    There is a legitimate, logical and rational expectation to assume any legislative or judicial move to limit gun ownership and usage, would trigger a violent reaction from the gun nuts.
    like Sarah Brady who claimed that liberalizing CCW permits would cause blood to flow in the streets, you have engaged in a bit of dishonesty. When the brady bill was passed was there violence? how about the moronic Clinton gun ban?

    as I say gun nuts are the ones who whine about gun owners



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    Re: U.S. Supreme Court declines new gun regulations challenge

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    like Sarah Brady who claimed that liberalizing CCW permits would cause blood to flow in the streets, you have engaged in a bit of dishonesty. When the brady bill was passed was there violence? how about the moronic Clinton gun ban?
    as I say gun nuts are the ones who whine about gun owners
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    Dropping the "gun nuts" disparaging moniker, it still comes down to the point that a large segment of particular gun owners have voiced enough potential violence should anyone threatened their guns rights, that they now represent a clear and present danger to society as a whole.

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