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Old 02-26-2009, 04:17 PM   #21
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WTF!

He wanted you to PROVE with a receipt (on your person?) that the weapon was yours? That is BS of the first order! Try illegal seizure of personal property. YOU don't have to prove its yours. !&%@( I can't prove the $100 in my wallet is mine so he could take that too. Or my lunch? I don't carry a receipt for my lunch? what about my laptop? No receipt there either.

Time to file a complaint and go after that 's badge! He has no business being in law enforcement. Punks like that need to spend years in Huntsville for denying civil rights, defying the law and abusing power. Sorry if any LEOs are offended but that is WRONG, plain and simple.

The ONLY reason to take a disarm a citizen is if you feel the person poses an IMMEDIATE threat to themselves or to others.

Man...that hit your hot button didn't it.
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Old 02-26-2009, 04:24 PM   #22
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Just a thought, if you take it to the gun range wont all of your bullets get heavy in your back pack?
If I go to the range im going to shoot off at least 250 bullets
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Old 02-26-2009, 04:44 PM   #23
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Completely legal on or off the bike when stopped by an Officer. Personally I would advise consulting your lawyer. If you do not have a lawyer then I would advise you get one or not carry at all.

Go to the texas website and look up the statutes yourself or be subject to other persons flaws.
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Old 02-26-2009, 07:15 PM   #24
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I was pulled over recently. Cop asked if there was anything I should be concerned about in the car. I said, my 380, loaded, in the glove box. He gave it an inspection and took it away cause I had no receipt in the car to prove it was mine. Said bring receipt to station and gave me a receipt for it. No ticket, no snide remarks. Thanks Castle doctrine, which I quoted to him.

The new law leans towards giving all legal law abiding citizens the right to protect their castle, which the new law and interpretations in court mean can extend to protection of your personal property, your vehicle. Walking or bus is unclear since what are you protecting? I'd argue my wallet.
You Shadman,
you said that you recieved no ticket, but what do you think was the reason that you were pulled over in the first place?? I don't think he randomly pulled you over.
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Old 02-26-2009, 09:27 PM   #25
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Completely legal on or off the bike when stopped by an Officer. Personally I would advise consulting your lawyer. If you do not have a lawyer then I would advise you get one or not carry at all.

Go to the texas website and look up the statutes yourself or be subject to other persons flaws.
I'm not going to carry a gun without it being loaded. I'm not going to carry a gun on me, without having a CHL. You're right, if he's curious he should consult a lawyer to get the facts. I find it hard to believe that the Texas website (travel law specifically) states that you're aloud to carry a concealed weapon outside your vehicle without a CHL. I guess what they taught my instructor when he was certified is flawed. I'll err on the safe side though.
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Man...that hit your hot button didn't it.
What was posted was heavily edited for content.

But yeah stuff like this seriously me off!

This is the that happened in NO after Katrina - Police and military units were kicking in doors, body slamming 80 year old women to the ground and forcibly disarming them. By their actions they deprived US citizens of their civil liberties and their constitutionally guaranteed rights.

Any authority figure (police, military, etc.) that would disarm an innocent citizen of this country without cause is a traitor and should be held personally accountable for their actions.
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What was posted was heavily edited for content.

But yeah stuff like this seriously me off!

This is the that happened in NO after Katrina - Police and military units were kicking in doors, body slamming 80 year old women to the ground and forcibly disarming them. By their actions they deprived US citizens of their civil liberties and their constitutionally guaranteed rights.

Any authority figure (police, military, etc.) that would disarm an innocent citizen of this country without cause is a traitor and should be held personally accountable for their actions.
Yep thats disgusting what blackwater did and what sucks is if you stood up to them you would have had a government sanctioned bullet in your head.

This whole thing right to bear arms is total BS. Its right to bear arms until the government hires a private company to come strip you of them and beat the living out of you.
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