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Recent content by cocked&locked

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    Firearms on Post Office Property

    And his post #16 to me was?
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    Firearms on Post Office Property

    All I did was answer his question twice....and because he could not deal with it he came at me (and my clients indirectly) with a personal vile attack. In my book, he deserved more than he got. I was actually gentle. Putting aside all personalities, do you agree with him or me. Because while...
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    Firearms on Post Office Property

    Keep doubling down on a losing argument to try and protect your reputation. Real smart. I tried to point out your error without making it personal. But since you insist, here goes. The question you asked and which I responded to has to be the most stupid question I have ever heard come out of a...
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    Firearms on Post Office Property

    Why can't the "local police" be the complainant? Face it.... you made a rookie mistake confusing an "arrest" with a "charge". Local police make arrests resulting in federal charges all the time. There is nothing unusual about that. The reason he wasn't charged under state law is because they...
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    Firearms on Post Office Property

    The answer is that "local police" don't charge anyone with crimes. Black was "arrested" by local police.... but he was "charged" by a US Attorney in federal district court. A circumstance that is not unusual.
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    Subway bans open carry in their stores

    Who the hell eats at Subway anyway. They are notorious for serving chicken salad sandwiches that have been sitting for 5 days!
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    National Reciprocity

    There are no legitimate 'state's rights' regarding the right to keep and bear arms. The 2nd Amend. is complete.
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    National Reciprocity

    I agree that waiting for states like NY to come to their senses on their own is an alternative. It did happen in Puerto Rico recently....... after a total collapse of the economy, infrastructure, law and order, several natural disasters, and 125 years. Yeah, you propose a viable alternative.
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    National Reciprocity

    Yeah. I guess we can wait until the electrical grid of NY collapses, and the international airports are sold to the Mexicans because of the emergency need for hard currency, and two hurricanes hit back-to-back before they have an epiphany just like Puerto Rico did a few months ago. Yeah, we can...
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    National Reciprocity

    The Dems want solar panels in the coronavirus Bill. Why don't the Republicans insist on National Reciprocity in the Bill?
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    Carrying in PR...

    The New Laboratory for Gun Rights/Gun Control On January 1st 2020, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico inadvertently became a live real-time laboratory for the gun rights/gun control experiment. Literally overnight, the Commonwealth legally went from a “may issue” gun repressive society (in...
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    Carrying in PR...

    The law says any license from any jurisdiction. (9) Persons with a weapons license from other jurisdictions, to have the same rights and privileges enjoyed by persons with a weapons license of Puerto Rico, shall comply with the requirements of this Act. In turn, they must inform the Weapons...
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    Carrying in PR...

    No. Nothing in the law after a cursory glance. But you can always get non-resident from somewhere.
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    Carrying in PR...

    For the record, open carry in PR is expressly NOT ALLOWED. So carry accordingly.
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    Carrying in PR...

    NRA has it!
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