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Open carry! :D

http://www.pinknews.co.uk/news/articles/2005-4623.html

Pro-gun activist David Nelson was ejected from last week's Utah Pride festival [for those who are wondering, no, this does not mean anything about being proud of Utah :roll: ]by its organisers, security and law-enforcement officers for possessing an unconcealed firearm.
Nelson said Isakson told him ... "one sure way to lose your permit is to abuse it like this."
Abuse it by complying with Utah law to the letter, the Lt. means.
 

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By the way, I found this on keepandbeararms.com, just in case somebody has drawn the inference that I am a regular reader of the publication in the link. :oops:
 

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By the way, I found this on keepandbeararms.com, just in case somebody has drawn the inference that I am a regular reader of the publication in the link. :oops:
sure sure.....

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Malum Prohibitum said:
Open carry! :D

http://www.pinknews.co.uk/news/articles/2005-4623.html

Pro-gun activist David Nelson was ejected from last week's Utah Pride festival [for those who are wondering, no, this does not mean anything about being proud of Utah :roll: ]by its organisers, security and law-enforcement officers for possessing an unconcealed firearm.
[quote:tia2bggd]Nelson said Isakson told him ... "one sure way to lose your permit is to abuse it like this."
Abuse it by complying with Utah law to the letter, the Lt. means.[/quote:tia2bggd]

Did anybody notice!!!!
In fact, my firearm was unloaded according to state laws (no chambered cartridge). :shock: I carefully reviewed the advance published event rules; they didn't prohibit my possession or unconcealed carrying.

To me, this tells the bad guys that even if someone you want to rob is armed, you will still be alright because we all know bad guys don't follow the law, that why they are bad guy's.
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
Open carry! :D

http://www.pinknews.co.uk/news/articles/2005-4623.html

Pro-gun activist David Nelson was ejected from last week's Utah Pride festival [for those who are wondering, no, this does not mean anything about being proud of Utah :roll: ]by its organisers, security and law-enforcement officers for possessing an unconcealed firearm.
[quote:3mfyn8wz]Nelson said Isakson told him ... "one sure way to lose your permit is to abuse it like this."
Abuse it by complying with Utah law to the letter, the Lt. means.
Did anybody notice!!!!
In fact, my firearm was unloaded according to state laws (no chambered cartridge). :shock: I carefully reviewed the advance published event rules; they didn't prohibit my possession or unconcealed carrying.

To me, this tells the bad guys that even if someone you want to rob is armed, you will still be alright because we all know bad guys don't follow the law, that why they are bad guy's.[/quote:3mfyn8wz]

So, you can have a magazine in but no chambered round. Why :shock: ? It's still technically loaded.
 

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If you have a license that is valid in Utah, you can open carry without keeping the gun loaded only in the Israeli style.
 
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