Bill To Allow Concealed Carry Without Permit Passes House(merged)

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    Bill To Allow Concealed Carry Without Permit Passes House(merged)

    A bill in Wyoming just passed the house that will allow concealed carry without a permit. Now that is pressing the 2nd Amendment issue to the max!

    Have to admire those ranchers up in Wyoming!


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    WY is beginning to get close to what RKBA was really meant to be about.
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    B nice if the other 49 follow
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    I wish Texas would do the same thing.
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    REALLY?
    That's great but I'm shocked!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mic View Post
    B nice if the other 49 follow
    Actually AK and VT are already that way.
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    Wyoming .... my hat is off to you for continuing to set a good example.


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    Good deal.............hope more to come!
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    Nation wide we need to stand as one and make our voice heard, loud and clear. As a whole; our country and elected leaders need to understand that our Bill of Rights states that we the people have the right to keep and bear arms and no piece of paper in the form of a state permit or otherwise should be required in addition. This needs to be our way forward,.....our way back! Me!
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    Now we just need to work on Illinois!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExHippie View Post
    Now we just need to work on Illinois!
    The NRA & McDonald are working on it....
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    Ok, I think that is great, but let me ask this, now that WY is taking a '
    2nd layer out of their finding out if someone is a total dipchit or loose cannon, is there anything to do with the background checks the initial stages to ensure that no loose nuts slip by to ruin this for the rest of us.

    What I'm getting at here is so the Antis can't come back later after an incident happens and say see "if they would have had to go through that CCP course or check also, they would have caught that looney".

    Just mentioning it to see, the more layers you take away from a preventative measure, the easier it is for something to go wrong. Just like in the military or nuclear sector of our country, we put in layers of defenses to stop anyone from getting through, sure stuff still happens, but not as much if those layers were not there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guardian View Post
    Ok, I think that is great, but let me ask this, now that WY is taking a '2nd layer out of their finding out if someone is a total dipchit or loose cannon, is there anything to do with the background checks the initial stages to ensure that no loose nuts slip by to ruin this for the rest of us.
    The bill is for CC WITHOUT A PERMIT..so no background checks. There are already federal laws that prevent(ahem) felons from touching a gun.


    Bad guys are already carrying concealed without a license...so what's the problem. This is just levelng the playing field.
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    My heart skipped a beat when I read

    "Bill To Allow Concealed Carry Without Permit Passes House" posted by Center of MASS

    I thought this was going to be in Massachusetts! ...if only

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guardian View Post
    Ok, I think that is great, but let me ask this, now that WY is taking a '
    2nd layer out of their finding out if someone is a total dipchit or loose cannon, is there anything to do with the background checks the initial stages to ensure that no loose nuts slip by to ruin this for the rest of us.
    Do you actually believe that being unable to pass a background check keeps a criminal from acquiring a firearm?

    The point of removing this layer is that it's nearly utterly ineffective. Yes, it keeps Johnny Criminal from getting his gun at the local gun shop at 2pm. But he simply heads down to the local grey market source and by 4pm gets one anyway. That already happens today. Since that's true, how does placing hurdles in front of upstanding people keep criminals from obtaining firearms?

    Now, I'm all for making the attempt, such as when I'm selling FTF. Makes me feel better, at least. But it's not as though it really accomplishes much, in the end.
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