Okay, it's history.Gunstar1 said:Welcome back, Sorry for what happened before.
I absolutely do not oppose it! :shock: Rather, when I met with my senator, I suggested she read 16-11-130 (I had a four page presentation for her and this was part of it) and compare those exempt to private citizens. I asked her why we have two classes of citizens in our state (I was VERY gentle in my approach to this subject). I suggested the easiest way to rectify much of the mess in Georgia law would be to add holders of Georgia Firearms Licenses to that list in *130.Malum Prohibitum said:Well, that is the same exemption section that LEOs use. 127 and 127.1 are included in the exemption. Interesting.
We really only want to be able to carry in the same places as off duty military guys. You don't oppose that do you?
A simple addition of firearms license holders to 16-11-130 would really simplify things and would be "comprehensive" reform.
I think Seajay put that suggestion up once on the old forum, but he put a smiley face after it!
Not really comprehensive since it doesn't exempt areas where DNR has control. The changes in the GFODL to 12-3-10 and 12-3-101 would need to be considered. The reason that I am so interested in this is that I spend a LOT of time on lakes in Georgia.A simple addition of firearms license holders to 16-11-130 would really simplify things and would be "comprehensive" reform.
Exactly what does this translate to in english anyway?(d) A prosecution based upon a violation of Code Section 16-11-126, 16-11-127, or 16-11-128 need not negative any exemptions.