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.
jallman: "It's all good. At least you have a thick skin and can take being poked fun back at without crying. "
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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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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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.
as I say gun nuts are the ones who whine about gun owners
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.