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    Why in the world would you impersonate a cop?!


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    Quote Originally Posted by wllmandre View Post
    Got in a scuffle at a bar and told someone I was a police officer and tried to calm the situation. Didnt work and got charged with impersonating a cop.
    I'm glad it didn't work, I'm glad you got charged.

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    I sure hope this is a fishing thread.... wow

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    Quote Originally Posted by aric View Post
    I'm glad it didn't work, I'm glad you got charged.
    Agreed. This is just more ammo for all the gun haters of the world. Now they can put out a story about how everyone that has a Concealed Weapons Permit thinks they are a Police officer...

    Looks to me like another mall ninja on the loose

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    When you walked into that bar wearing a gun you were looking for trouble and it looks like you found it. Booze and guns don't mix. You violated the law with out a second thought. I guess you were not meant to be trusted with a gun.

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    Points for honesty, that's for sure. I'm all for the right to bear arms, but you've abused that right and personally, I don't think you should ever get it back - for your own safety and that of others. Hopefully, the law will agree.

    Just my .02 - since you asked.

    THIS is why people are concerned about the legislation to allow CC in bars in Virginia. Personally, I'd like to protect myself at Applebees - nowhere near the bar area, but then you have things like this come up to prove the anti's points.

    Disappointing!

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    If you can't do the time, don't do the crime. I almost asked how long you had a CCW and why wait until now to find this site. I think I know the answer. It is much better to stay out of trouble than to look for a way out of trouble.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maritz01 View Post
    Carrying in a bar is looking for trouble. Saying your a cop and your not can get you killed by someone just to make a reputation for killing a cop then take your weapon.
    Quote Originally Posted by rammerjammer View Post
    That is probably the dumbest thing I have ever read on this forum.

    You obviously don't have the right mental outlook and should not be carrying concealed.

    In a bar with a gun!:aargh4:
    Impersonating a cop!
    You deserve to lose your CCW.

    And please don't move to my state!
    While I don't think it's a good idea to carry while drinking, it isn't always illegal to carry into a bar. Here in Utah, it is perfectly legal, even to drink while carrying, just don't be intoxicated. (.08)

    I do think the OP made a terrible judgment call (impersonating and officer), but him carrying into a bar, (if legal where he is), isn't a big deal.

    OP: I do agree that your lack of judgment is a good reason for you to NOT carry, whether legal or not.

    Like SIXTO said, turn in your permit VOLUNTARILY
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    Quote Originally Posted by sigmanluke View Post
    While I don't think it's a good idea to carry while drinking, it isn't always illegal to carry into a bar. Here in Utah, it is perfectly legal, even to drink while carrying, just don't be intoxicated. (.08)
    In NC, carry where alcohol is sold or consumed is prohibited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattInFla View Post
    In NC, carry where alcohol is sold or consumed is prohibited.

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    Then he made very bad decisions, and deserves to lose his permit.
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    A fishing thread?

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    I sure hope this is a fishing thread.... wow
    Newbie here... what's "a fishing thread"?

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    I have no sympathy if you lose your permit, it would be in the best interest of the public if you do. As others have said, going into a bar with a gun and getting into a scuffle is bad enough but to compound that with impersonating an officer is on it's own level of irresponsibility.
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    He didnt say he was carrying a gun. He said he was charged with impersonating an officer...it's assumed he had a gun, but then why wasnt he charged with laws pertaining to carrying in a bar, etc? Or brandishing?

    Just curious. Not justifying his behavior. But mouthing off in a bar *unarmed* is a lot different than mouthing off in a bar *armed.*

    (altho he did say he carried it all the time).
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    A couple things.

    First, it appears that under NC law your permit is not revoked until you plead or are adjudicated guilty: http://www.jus.state.nc.us/NCJA/ncfirearmslaws.pdf

    Second, you're not doing yourself any favor by posting an admission that you carried in a prohibited place and impersonated a police officer on a public website.

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    To the OP, do the right thing and give up your permit voluntarily. Not being able to think clearly during a bar fight let alone being in a bar in the first place is a very good indication that you should not have a permit at all.
    My thoughts exactly. Turn in your permit, and secure that smokewagon, Pardner.......
    "Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect everyone who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are inevitably ruined". - Patrick Henry

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    Quote Originally Posted by merischino View Post
    Newbie here... what's "a fishing thread"?
    See "Trolling."

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