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  1. they might hurt one guy feelings out of the hundreds or thousands who are opposite then their own.... big deal about that one guy, you dont like it just leave the room or dont say it, you have always have reserved the right to not say it.... what do i know.
  2. heaven forbid you might be divisive..... lol
  3. If you dont cant stomach saying the pledge of allegiance then get the HELL out of it. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/06/28/compr...ome-seeing-red/
  4. How in the hell does a flagpole lower property value?!
  5. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/06/26/us-ve...-american-flag/ for you the specialist
  6. thats what im saying red..... what difference does it make if your using a flagpole? dont have something else better to b$%&h about?
  7. I think this is just plain stupid and let the man fly his flag how he so chooses, stupid stuff like this make me have a STONG dislike/disgust for Homeowner Associations. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-20...tside-home.html
  8. my buddy and I were having a discussion/debate on ccw and open carry and how GA and FL where he hails from is different from my state of ohio. The topic got to open carry and I told him that if i open carry and someone feels threatened or panic, I can be charged with inducing panic or disturbing the peace, a misdeamnor. He gave me a link from my states website which states.... Officer safety must always be a paramount concern and goal for peace officers. However, officers should not consider openly carrying a firearm as per se suspicious or criminal conduct. Openly carrying a firearm does not automatically equate into a Disorderly Conduct (R.C. § 2917.11) or Inducing Panic (R.C. § 2817.31) my arguement is the word equate is equal too in other words you open carry your automatically charged with the misdeamnor and I told him no someone has to feel threatened or panic, but its really up the officer and if he knows the gun laws. Open carry is legal and not forbidden in my state constiution. Anybody have some hard resources to point me in the right direction? I found a powerpoint from my attorney generals office that said this... http://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/getatta...w-Update-1.aspx Open Carry IX •The real problem: Public resentment for law enforcement response/charges for the exercise of a constitutional right •Often charged with menacing or inducing panic -2903.21 and 2917.31 •The real answer: It is impossible to say whether an open carrier in a given situation not also violating other law. Open carry is not mutually exclusive of other crimes depending on the facts •Resolution? Officer Safety? California solution? Training? what say you?
  9. I assumed that with the manufacturer their wouldn't be any malfunctions but they just started producing them what shame. Anyword pm on what malfunctions there were?
  10. I assumed that with the manufacturer their wouldn't be any malfunctions but they just started producing them what shame. Anyword pm on what malfunctions there were?
  11. Howdy! Welcome to the armory
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