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      11-30-2012, 01:08 AM   #37
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Originally Posted by Optherion View Post
I could care less. Why are you so afraid of our government? You shouldnt be on your knees. So who gets in more trouble?

A criminal shoots at you with a stolen, unregistered, illegal assault weapon while robbing you, (hes probably on parole for previous offenses) and for the hell of it lets say maybe he even has a warrant. You shoot back and don't have a permit, and then your punishment is the government says "give us a lot of money and we will forget about this." Oh the Irony.

Now if you get stopped in a IHOP with a 1911 .45 ACP with one in the chamber, then that's a different story. You can be smart about it, but I still feel it should be within reach, especially while traveling. I would like to carry my gun into IHOP, but only because this day in age I dont know if some lunatic is going to come in and shoot the 4 police officers having coffee at the table across from me. Can you be too prepared? Or is it inappropriate place to carry a gun.

When I go to Vegas with my cousins. We all carry. Even his wife. Everywhere we go.
I'm not afraid of the government, I just don't want to go to jail for breaking a serious law. I completely understand your logic but I just don't have the money and time to deal with the judicial system. And I would definitely not risk losing the right to own a gun for the rest of my life.

Depending on the situation, it is either a misdemeanor or a felony for conceal carry. One misdemeanor for unloaded CC. 2 misdemeanor for loaded CC.

misdemeanor charges will result in 2-10 years probation, where the owner cannot own or possess any firearm.

It can also be a felony depending on the situation and that will leave to a lifetime ban of any firearm.