Discussion in 'On Topic' started by mzmtg, May 8, 2007.
Does it really matter if it is illegal by the state? If the state is any good, the ban would be ruled illegal before it took effect.
I will agree it is lame, but it doesn't really hurt the majority of individuals. It says:
Big deal. So, I can't carry my loaded weapon to a park? I can't even tell you the last time I was at a park. And, chances are I would carry anyways, but it would be concealed so nobody would know anyways...
that's not such a great defense. It's a law I won't follow, so go ahead and create it?
It does also say recreation area which would mean any public land even if it isnt a park wouldnt it? Might not be a problem over in GA but for me at least here in SoCal it seems like the only place to shoot rifles is on public land.
If nobody knows I'm carrying in a park no charges would be present. In the event that I was at a park, packing heat, and I had to use my firearm to save my life... carrying "illegally" is the least of my worries.
Hey, we should ban guns on college campuses. That way nobody ever carries guns.
Our hunting grounds are state grounds. State > County. In Minnesota, a law like this would never pass as we are a very outdoorsman inspired state.
i went running at a park the other day... it was in spic town but the girl lived close... i had on jogging pants, and i wore my belt with holster and glock lots of shady characters there.
and fuck fayette county, its a backwards shithole
only that's not true at all. you could be carrying concealed and your shirt could snag on something and you'd be visible. or you could print and not know it.
The point is, I'd rather be allowed to carry than to say "I don't care what the law says, I'm just going to ignore it anyway." Because I try to avoid being a criminal.
Victory for GCO!!!