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Old 07-26-2016, 11:40 PM   #121
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This was all over the news. They separated the husband and wife. Husband stated his firearm was home in his safe. Wife said she didn't know where his firearm was. With conflicting stories they searched their vehicle. You can read the stories I found on a quick search of Google about it.

https://theconservativetreehouse.com...alysis-center/

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Maryland Police Detain Concealed Carry Permit Holder Over An Hour During Search For Legal Gun

That sucks, but means nothing. The cop screwed up and violated his rights. Every proffesion has its 10%. I'm not holding all of MD police to this one officers mistakes.

He received a written warning, so he won't need a criminal lawyer, but might want a civil one instead.

Show me a conviction. Not an incident where the police department apologizes for its officers actions.
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Old 07-27-2016, 06:04 AM   #122
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While I wish it would not happen, it is a dream.. Like you said, they crossed the line and if criminal charges or sanctions were not warranted then that's what the civil courts are for.

Around here probably 75% of the good people are armed, probably more in the even more rural parts of the US. Millions of Police contacts with the public (numerous I am sure being lawfully armed) with little issue (three cited above, which I did not actually read when they occured).

While there does seem to sometimes be a pattern as to where they occur... I go to my favorite quote about how not to get arrested or "harassed" as some would say by the police... Don't go to stupid places with stupid people and do stupid things.

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Old 07-27-2016, 06:14 AM   #123
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why do you need to pack a gun or rifel if you are camping or just relaxing, campgrounds are friendley.
Yep and movie theaters are friendly and coffee shops are friendly and fire works displays are friendly and dance clubs are friendly... It's getting to be a crazy world. Who knows what can happen and where it can happen at any time.
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Old 07-27-2016, 07:00 AM   #124
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Glad I started this thread. I didn't think there would be this much response but it's great and obviously on the minds of others. I've decided that on my cross country trip and back the gun will stay at home. Just not worth what might happen if stopped and checked. Thanks for all the great replies, good stuff folks.
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Glad I started this thread. I didn't think there would be this much response but it's great and obviously on the minds of others. I've decided that on my cross country trip and back the gun will stay at home. Just not worth what might happen if stopped and checked. Thanks for all the great replies, good stuff folks.
The real thanks should go to the moderators for letting the thread continue. There were times I thought it be shutdown and maybe some deleted posts and there might have been, unsure. Hats off to the moderators. I think everyone learned something even if it was not useful😉
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The real thanks should go to the moderators for letting the thread continue. There were times I thought it be shutdown and maybe some deleted posts and there might have been, unsure. Hats off to the moderators. I think everyone learned something even if it was not useful😉
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Original purchaser can be determined. I gave away many guns as prizes in police pistol competitions. Once one was recovered at a crime scene in Florida. Law enforcement traced it to me and I contacted the recipient. It had been stolen in an auto burglary in news Orleans a few years earlier. I'm in Louisiana.
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I have a firearm for the same reason I have car insurance, life insurance, rv insurance and a smoke alarm, a propane gas alarm, and fire extinguisher, tire pressure monitor system. Life is filled with uncertainty ! Indeed props to the moderators, sometimes you learn more from the controversial threads as long as adults are civil !
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NJLOAD, Based on everything that has been posted, you came to a decision to not carry on this trip. That's a wise move . . . not to carry or to carry, but to look at all sides of the argument and come up with a plan that you are comfortable with. Being from Texas, I have a residence CCW as well as one from Utah. That gives me a right to carry in most states. But when I do the east coast trip in March to see grandkids, I left the gun home. When I did the Idaho/Montana/Wyoming trip in June, I had the gun with me. There have been other trips to the east coast where I carried, but chose to not visit New Jersey or Maryland. Pennsylvania is a gun friendly state . . . but Philadelphia, where some of the grandkids are . . . keeps trying to pass laws to limit my choices. That's the joy of our freedom. Go where you want to. . . just be aware of everything around you . . . including local laws. Happy camping ! !
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