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Old 04-15-2009, 07:27 AM   #1
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they go hand in hand. Just wanted to share what i saw today at 646 and 45 in SE Houston.

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Old 04-15-2009, 07:45 AM   #2
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Noob question: Is that legal?
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I imagine there wont be many tailgaters on his ride to work.


Moreso, I can only imagine what his office buds smoking outside would think when he pulls in. "oh chit.... today's the day..."
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Reminds me of Tex Cobb in Raising Arizona.

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I imagine there wont be many tailgaters on his ride to work.


Moreso, I can only imagine what his office buds smoking outside would think when he pulls in. "oh chit.... today's the day..."


I got a memo from work saying that if a gunman attacks the office to lock the doors and hide behind our cubicles. As if that cardboard and fabric will stop anything better than a cap gun.
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Old 04-15-2009, 08:46 AM   #8
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Yep. totally legal. In "theory" you could carry an AK strapped to your back. In practice though you'd get popped for disorderly conduct, mischief or some other BS.

If he gets stopped all he has to do is say he's transporting it and this is his only mode of transportation right now. It's obvious he' not gone MAD MAX on the highway.
The "transport" doesn't even matter. Long guns can be carried freely - on your person or in you car, fully loaded and ready to go provided they are not displayed in a threating manner.

I could "legally" walk around downtown with a shotgun but I would get popped at every corner by some clueless police officer. So yeah its legal but probably not worth the hassle.

cool pic BTW!
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So what you are both saying is that as long as it is not concealed, you can carry it wherever you want?
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The "transport" doesn't even matter. Long guns can be carried freely - on your person or in you car, fully loaded and ready to go provided they are not displayed in a threating manner.

I could "legally" walk around downtown with a shotgun but I would get popped at every corner by some clueless police officer. So yeah its legal but probably not worth the hassle.

cool pic BTW!
ON a boring pretty day that would be fun to do.
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Old 04-15-2009, 09:29 AM   #14
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So what you are both saying is that as long as it is not concealed, you can carry it wherever you want?
Not ANYWHERE, but in quite a few places. I'm not sure if a 30.06 sign pertains to this situation or if it is exclusive to concealed carry.
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Old 04-15-2009, 09:39 AM   #15
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any leo care to chime in? Never heard its legal to carry a "long" gun around in public.... you want to get shot?

Not shot just a bunch guns drawn on me tellking me to hit the floor. Wow what a rush that would be. As long as the dumb cops didn't accidently squeeze the trigger.
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I imagine there wont be many tailgaters on his ride to work.


Moreso, I can only imagine what his office buds smoking outside would think when he pulls in. "oh chit.... today's the day..."
....today's D day...

wow ..... no 1's gonna try to cut him off or tailgate !!
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Old 04-15-2009, 10:09 AM   #18
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So what you are both saying is that as long as it is not concealed, you can carry it wherever you want?
As long as it's a long gun
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Ask SBFuller about the time he was walking in Downtown Houston holding a deer rifle-- lol.. wish I still had the pic! The guy in the parking garage elevator looked like he was going to pee his pants.
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Old 04-15-2009, 11:48 AM   #20
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I kinda just wanna borrow one of your guns now and ride around town with it on my back just to see what would happen.
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