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    Very articulate young man

    The video really speaks for itself.


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    Re: Very articulate young man

    The video really speaks for itself.
    Well, yes, it does.
    It says that if you go out, looking for trouble, you'll find it.

    I don't really see the point in antagonizing police officers, just to make a point.
    They have enough to do, and are far too volatile to screw around with. (IMHO)

    Yeah, I have a right to walk around in a lot of placed with my .44 strapped to my hip, but there are neighborhoods where the residents don't realize that, and I'm just inviting trouble by doing so.

    I have better things to spend my time on than arguing the second amendment with cops.
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    I just wonder when a 'Right' crosses over to become a 'Wrong' ?
    I thought I knew more than this until I opened my mouth

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    With rights come responsibility.
    I think that is too often forgotten.
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    I think it's just nuts carrying around a gun anyway ...........but good on him he is doing what he's allowed to do .

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuzzywuzzy View Post
    I think it's just nuts carrying around a gun anyway ...........but good on him he is doing what he's allowed to do .
    I think he's a troublemaker, trying to provoke & cause disruption. Not impressed.

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    How can he be a troublemaker if he's not doing anything wrong? if the law states he's doing what is legal then what do the police have on him? why stop him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuzzywuzzy View Post
    How can he be a troublemaker if he's not doing anything wrong? if the law states he's doing what is legal then what do the police have on him? why stop him?
    Where I live, folks carry a lot, and none of the locals give it a second look.
    But if we are going down to Denver, we leave our guns at home, or concealed, as a guy carrying a gun in Denver tends to make people nervous. And nervous people call the police to report a guy walking around with a gun.
    Then the police have to respond and see what is up. Then they have to write a report to explain what the found when they made contact. And they like to know why a guy is walking around with a gun, anyway.

    I think this guy knew he would get stopped when he strapped up and walked outside.
    That, is "looking for trouble"
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    Well there you have it, stop making ridiculas laws if people aren't happy with the outcomes. He has still not violated any law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuzzywuzzy View Post
    Well there you have it, stop making ridiculas laws if people aren't happy with the outcomes. He has still not violated any law.
    I don't think anyone ever accused him of breaking any laws.
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