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    Re: Wyoming law allowing guns without permit prompts doubts

    Wish we had something like that here, It took me nearly 6 months to get my pistol.
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    Re: Wyoming law allowing guns without permit prompts doubts

    you live in NY...just move a little east till you hit New Hampshire.
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    Re: Wyoming law allowing guns without permit prompts doubts

    I've carried concealed for decades, all over the US of A. I'd feel funny being legal.
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    Re: Wyoming law allowing guns without permit prompts doubts

    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey Shane View Post
    I've carried concealed for decades, all over the US of A. I'd feel funny being legal.
    Well you have the right to keep and bear arms. Thus I believe that both open and concealed carry should be assumed standard. There is no reason to ask the government's permission in order to exercise your rights. That's what it means to have a right.
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    Re: Wyoming law allowing guns without permit prompts doubts

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    We realize it's "fly over" country to many of you lefties.
    It's "fly over" country to pretty much everyone but the people who live there. Have you actually been there? It's absurd how bland and desolate that state is.

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    Re: Wyoming law allowing guns without permit prompts doubts

    Quote Originally Posted by Viktyr Korimir View Post
    Wyoming law allowing guns without permit prompts doubts | Reuters

    I am pleased to see progress on this issue. Bearing arms is a fundamental human right and today the State of Wyoming has taken a major step to recognizing that right and abolishing intrusive measures that would limit it.
    The idea that you need permission form the government to exercise a constitutional right that explicitly says shall not infringe is abhorrent. Its kind of sad that they need additional laws uphold the constitution. Although I thought Wyoming was on the states was one of the majority of states that did not require a permit/license to own a firearm.
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    Re: Wyoming law allowing guns without permit prompts doubts

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr_Patrick View Post
    It's "fly over" country to pretty much everyone but the people who live there. Have you actually been there? It's absurd how bland and desolate that state is.
    Careful. You're opening yourself up for a conservative to do a pointless partisan snipe at you that has absolutely nothing to do with the topic of this thread.
    Also, we need to legalize recreational drugs and prostitution.

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    Re: Wyoming law allowing guns without permit prompts doubts

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr_Patrick View Post
    It's "fly over" country to pretty much everyone but the people who live there. Have you actually been there? It's absurd how bland and desolate that state is.
    I've been there. I loved it. There is a stark beauty to the wind-worn hills and plains, let alone the rugged mountains. People may not be abundant, but there's plenty of deer, moose, bear and buffalo. There's room to breathe.

    Jackson Hole is beautiful in the springtime. There's a valley near Jackson that is so beautiful it will take your breath away. Seeing a bull-moose with an 8' spread of antlers go up a steep hillside like it was flat ground is something to see with your own eyes.

    Not everyone wants to live in a concrete jungle with their fellow man stacked 50 high on top of them, you know.

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    Re: Wyoming law allowing guns without permit prompts doubts

    Quote Originally Posted by Goshin View Post
    I've been there. I loved it. There is a stark beauty to the wind-worn hills and plains, let alone the rugged mountains. People may not be abundant, but there's plenty of deer, moose, bear and buffalo. There's room to breathe.

    Jackson Hole is beautiful in the springtime. There's a valley near Jackson that is so beautiful it will take your breath away. Seeing a bull-moose with an 8' spread of antlers go up a steep hillside like it was flat ground is something to see with your own eyes.

    Not everyone wants to live in a concrete jungle with their fellow man stacked 50 high on top of them, you know.
    Perhaps I'm a little biased because I'm from Montana, but Wyoming pales in comparison in my opinion. If you want rugged beauty, come to Montana.

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    Re: Wyoming law allowing guns without permit prompts doubts

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr_Patrick View Post
    Perhaps I'm a little biased because I'm from Montana, but Wyoming pales in comparison in my opinion. If you want rugged beauty, come to Montana.
    Been there too, it's nice.

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