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    According to the police report, Valdes admitted he knew it was illegal to bring a firearm into the airport and that he just "forgot." He also said the gun was not registered and he did not have a concealed weapons permit.



    HAH!Stupid!

    He should have gotten the full treatment.. "Cavity search".
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    "… he just forgot…"; I might be totally wrong, but I do not believe that.
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    Ummm....last I saw FL doesn't have gun registration...another media conditioning exercise with the fallacy that guns need to be registered. Too much CSI:Miami
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    Quote Originally Posted by MotorCityGun View Post
    Lucky you, who live in FL. It's a real PITA here in MI.
    It's not a "registration" here in Michigan, its a "Permit to purchase a handgun"... Kinda depends on what city you live in too... I'm in Ferndale, I can get one next day... Others have certain days, weeks or even months you can get one...


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    Quote Originally Posted by gottabkiddin View Post
    [/B][/B]HAH!Stupid!

    He should have gotten the full treatment.. "Cavity search".
    Oh, don't worry, he'll get that after his trial!
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    According to the police report, Valdes admitted he knew it was illegal to bring a firearm into the airport and that he just "forgot." He also said the gun was not registered and he did not have a concealed weapons permit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stubborn View Post
    Well...you pay peanuts...you get monkeys.
    I think you would get elephants. I think you would only get monkeys if you paid with bananas
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    Once, several years ago, I was sent on a trip to perform some emergency repairs on building fire protection equipment. A co-worker who was helping me box up the spare parts made the grave error of taping the box shut so that the parts wouldn't fall out of the box. When I got to the air port, the TSA agent started screaming at me about wanting to inspect the box. I told them, go ahead and open the box if they would like. They then proceeded to ask me if I had a knife that they could use... HUH? NO!. Then the other TSA guy said, "here use mine" and pulled out his key ring with a large, spring assisted knife, as well as a few other prohibited items. Go figure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBachman View Post
    It's not a "registration" here in Michigan, its a "Permit to purchase a handgun"... Kinda depends on what city you live in too... I'm in Ferndale, I can get one next day... Others have certain days, weeks or even months you can get one...
    Actually, it's called a "License to Purchase" in accordance with MCL 28.422, and it only applies to non-CPL gun owners/buyers. MI CPL holders do not have to wait any time after puchasing a sidearm. The seller in MI still must fill out a (four copy) RI-060 Pistol Sales Record, whereby the purchaser has 10 days to "register" one copy with the local/county PD and another gets sent to MSP. Like I said, PITA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PB2 View Post
    Based on this, although misleading, I would say the article is correct. It isn't registered. The fact that it doesn't have to be does not make it any less true.
    Yep - Sort of like if a cereal company throws a big ad on the front of a box of cheerios or something that says "Asbestos Free" it is 100% true, yet people would probably still buy it thinking it is healthier for them since all of the other cereals must have asbestos in them.
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