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Discussion in 'Gun Legislation' started by Southpaw, May 15, 2019.

  1. BRD@66

    BRD@66 TGT Addict

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    Thanks to info gleaned from this thread, I now have heard of a "hard plastic kitty keychain".
     


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  2. BillFairbanks

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    We have way too many dumb and oppressive laws on the books. I think we should have a complete review of all Federal and State Laws. Everything should have a time limit to be automatically repealed unless a vote is held to renew it.


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  3. MetalCutter

    MetalCutter Life is too short for cheap cigars!

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    If you insist on carrying a baseball bat in your car a least include a baseball glove and ball with it. Your lawyer will thank you.
     
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  4. Sublime

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    Totally agree. If I want to be a Ray Donovan and keep a wooden baseball bat in my trunk for "purposes" other than baseball, well I should not go to jail for it.
     
  5. Hoji

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    Here’s one for you;

    About 25 years ago I had done very well in the Capitol City Classic Dart Tournament.( placed 1st in a single’s event and a team event as well as 2nd in another single’s event) I was tipping a few back at my favorite bar downtown and was getting in a cab to leave when APD stopped the cab and wanted to talk to me. ( 6’4’ guy with a foot tall mohawk ) took my ID, patted me down and threatened to arrest me for the darts as they could be considered throwing knives.

    I simply said do what you have to do but be sure when you are inventorying my property you include the two trophy’s and the plaque from the nationally recognized dart tournament.

    An older officer arrived and told me to just go on home. With my $200 Black Widow darts.

    10% of any profession.
     
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  6. BillFairbanks

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    With as much as I like to mock the UK for their silly laws, I hope nobody tells them that in Texas it’s legal to have a loaded AR-15 in the car but you could get arrested for having a baseball bat.




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  7. baboon

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    Plenty of limey's here in Texas.
     
  8. RedArmy

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    I'm not sure carrying a baseball glove and a couple of balls would work for out for me if stopped by the cops.:laughing:

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  9. benenglish

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    In the UK, just walking with a cane is considered being in possession of a deadly weapon. You have to keep a copy of your prescription on you at all times or you're subject to arrest.

    At least, that's what I've read on travel sites cautioning elderly travelers who use a cane not to visit London without paper to prove medical necessity for the cane. In practice, I'd guess it's just up to the mood of whatever policeman you encounter.
     
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  10. Hoji

    Hoji Bowling-Pin Commando

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    Goodfuckingchrist that reads like a Monty Python skit.
     


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