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Discussion in 'Firearm-Related News' started by cigars, Jun 12, 2018.
Be sure to convey to them that it's not them against us, vice versa.
That's basically the way I worded the email to the director
I put my licence ect in plain site so I don't have to reach . The one time I got pulled over in the last 20 years ,the wind blew my licence out of the place I put it and it was part way under the seat .it was dark.i was starting to sweat and so was the cop .I'm sure others have lied to him many times. After not finding it for awhile I told the cop name dob ect,ect.so he could start running me .I finally found it . And it all worked out well. Probably because I admitted my unintended fault and did not act like a bubblegum.
I keep my license and registration very easily accessible and if/when pulled over, I take it out and have it in plain sight, before the cop even gets out of his/her vehicle. Then I keep my hands on the steering wheel until he/she asks for it. No sudden moves and nothing but the utmost respect shown. They are just trying to do their jobs in a hostile environment. God bless em’
Paulette Jordan on Twitter
She's not really pro gun, she's just a run of the mill progressive that says, "I support the 2nd Amendment, but............, then will support every gun control bill that comes along.
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So she's probably not the best example................
Sort of like the "Nobody's talking about taking your guns away, we're just looking for common sense gun control." crowd talking out of both sides of their face. I can't count how times I've heard a left politician say, "I'm pro-2A, but..."
I read this twice............. No I didn't, I just hit "like". Oh well, I can't be retrained.
making sure to remember it when leaving the car is very important.. It's not a pleasant feeling being in a public place and remembering your CHL is in your car.
Now that's confusing ,
Sending you a PM since there seems to be frustration with not staying on the OPs topic.
Stay on topic people. Let's not get out into the weeds here. The thread is:
Gay Gun Ownership Going Mainstream
Was that difficult? Now talk amongst yourselves.
I could'nt possibly agree less. Not all homosexuals are flaming liberals. In fact i'd say most arent. Don't let the noisy few drown out the majority.
I'd think gays would be far more attracted by the fun in conjunction with the ability to defend self from bigots and criminals.
There are many groups that represent these groups but are ignored by most pro-gun organizations. Pink Pistols has had a very difficult time in Oregon trying to gain support let just say that those whom don't approve of that life style are letting prejudice rule over Constitution rights. I posted some of this last year on this site, lol but gees no one ever reads anything. I have been talking to a few of these groups on my own their biggest problem is how people judge, and they find it interesting Conservative gun owners hate being judged by anti-gun liberals, but seem to have no problem judging different life styles.
Everyone judging everyone. I don't judge, I just joke because life is the greatest source for comedy.
After all, pain is the form of comedy we laugh at best...
IMHO, this BS is getting pretty old and just litters the thread with irrelevant noise.
You're missing the point. I'm just welcoming anyone to shoot and treat everyone the same. No exceptions. One could always ignore the noise. The ignore button is there for a reason.
I get how this goes for male shooters. Bigger guns and bigger calibers are supposed to imply a larger male member, which is considered desirable. But I've never quite figured out the corresponding implications for woman shooters. Will people who see a woman shooting a big-bore revolver infer that she is "loose as a goose"?
That's a thing? I thought people only carried .45 cause they like it better.
Oh I don't know. Depends how you want to interpret those things. I'm a huge fan boy of 45acp but truth be told my SR22 I one of my favorite guns.
People are exactly what they appear to be, and behind them is nothing. -said somebody thinking deeper than I.
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Gays & Guns: Fighting homophobia with bullets