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concealed carry speech

This is a discussion on concealed carry speech within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I was wondering if any of you had any good ideas for me. I am giving a speech on concealed carry and figured i would ...

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    concealed carry speech

    I was wondering if any of you had any good ideas for me. I am giving a speech on concealed carry and figured i would ask people that would know about concealed carry.


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    Might want to narrow down what you're trying to do. For or against?, laws about it, how to do it. Assuming this is a school speech?
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    yea I'm for concealed carry...thanks i'll try and narrow it down.

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    Sorry, what I meant was are you going to try and argue the for and against stances. When I had to take speech class I always had to make an outline first and then fill in the blanks.
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    Who's the audience and what do you intend to accomplish with the speech?

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    You are giving a speach about concealed carry and you don't know anything about it?

    My advice is to pick something you know about or research ALL the facts about concealed carry before you speak about it, know the laws and only speak truths and fact's. If you are subject to questions and you can't answer them correctly or even know how to answer them you will give yourself a black eye as well as the ccw community. Be careful with this as it is a very hot topic for the anti's, asumming you are not an anti. If this is in a school, specially a college, get ready for turd throwing when your done.

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    thanks I have been looking at it for a while now. I know it is a hot topic that will probably have some negative feedback from the classroom, but I will try to shed a good light about having a concealed carry permit.

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    You could try here for some info as well. Good info geared towards concealed carry on campus.

    http://concealedcampus.org/

    There are plenty of ideas that people here can help with. Just depends on if you're doing an instructional speech, persuasive, debate, etc...Like LVLabs stated, be careful if you're gonna end up arguing a point.
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    yea it's a persuasive speech

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    I might mention that personal protection is our responsibility and not the responsibility of the Police. Like the saying goes; "When seconds count, the Police are only minutes away"!

    Additionally I would say that a handgun is not the only form of self defense but a last choice, emphasizing making good choices regarding where to go and who to hang around with, the responsibility if physically able to learn weaponless defense techniques etc.
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    You could start by explaining the steps required to obtain a permit. Background check,fingereprints,training, etc.

    Educate those in class that dont know.
    Tell them that where the can an cant carry.
    Briefly hit upon why people choose to carry.

    Use some actual police data in which a permit may have made a difference.

    I going to assume that you have a limited amount of time right? Just be brief, dont try to get to far into it.
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    I think you should narrow the scope...opening, 3 main points, conclusion. I try to stick to the who, what, where, when, why and how...you answer 99% of the questions.

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    Without wishing to necessarily promote a site of mine - I might suggest you visit THE SITE and browse thru some of the various articles. Look at the dynamic menu on the right side and peruse the drop down titles.

    There are some pieces which are written to provide logic and sense - and you should find some answers there to questions you will most surely receive. Be prepared to endure some vociferous emotional argument - stay cool and rise above it.
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    Wish I had it on my computer, I did a speech on conceal carry when I went back to school. Had a very liberal instructor, and inspite of that got an "A" on it. He told me afterwards that althought he did not agree with conceal carry, My facts were very persuasive.

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    Who is it to to start with.
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