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Discussion in 'Politics' started by richief, Feb 27, 2019.
Nope, I don’t have the paranoia or fear that I need to be packing to go to town or out to dinner, nor do I feel the need to overcompensate for having tiny hands.
Interesting......I always sit with my back to the wall where I can see the door.
There are only 2 reasons to oppose sb150.
1.) you don’t believe in the second amendment and you don’t want the citizenry to possess firearms
2.) you oppose losing revenue generated from the ccw licensing process.
That’s it....but communists aren’t honest and have to lie about their position
Another brilliant and logical prognostication from someoeone who has been consistently proven wrong 100% of the time. Try harder comrade.
When your gonna carry, carry a Hi Point without a holster in the front, it will make you look like a real stud, but with the safety off, it could turn you into a dud. #That will leave a mark.
I don’t care if 1000 morons blow off their members tomorrow, it has nothing to do with me.
....nor my God given right to defend myself.
Anyone who espouses that the current KY CCDW licensing process is training obviously has never taken it. It meets a bare minimum requirement in my opinion. There’s a lot of in-class lecturing about the law, but the actual firearms training is lax.
And KY residents can open carry already, so the opportunity to shoot themself and others accidently has been around for years. So, the Wild West we will not become.
I’ll continue to renew my CCDW every 5 years for traveling to other freedom loving states and dealing with IL.
Jeff Cooper’s rules of gun safety applied before KY passed this law and they will continue to apply. Morons will continue to overlook them till the end of time.
Or this one..
Seen where local boy Rocky Adkins voted Nay...he just lost my vote.
PLEASE POINT OUT IN MY POST WHERE I SAID IM AGAINST.
I said im ok with it. Said I would keep my CCW because I pack in other states.
Only im not communist. Got an arsenal of guns and I support the 2nd. But you Ed always take peoples post and twist it to suit your needs. Show me where I lied or said I was against it. But you pull one line out of my post. THANKS ANY WAY.
I believe he was the one that told a story about his brother shooting himself in the arm while rabbit hunting. I appreciated the severity of the story and that he acknowledged the sweet music a beagle hound can make on a track, but I didn’t understand how that applied to carrying a firearm concealed.
Most of the anecdotes used by the opposition didn’t have much correlation to an increased risk in carrying concealed - mostly emotional pleas without facts to back up their assumptions.
Anybody got a link for how all the involved politicians voted???