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Discussion in 'In the News' started by fmlaw1, Oct 14, 2010.
From WI Carry:
From the Court's decision:
Oh thank god. I might have to travel there within the next year.
i believe that is only in that judges specific area of jurisdiction...
Striking down the Wisconsin ban was doing the right thing.
Doing it using the P&I clause is just showboating .
Slaughterhouse is technically still in place, and only the Supreme Court can reverse it.
Open carry is a distasteful option to many regular civilians. If that's the only way carrying is allowed, they would rather not carry at all.
Allowing a concealed carry option is necessary to give full force to the right to go about in public armed for self-defense.
And it looks like Wisconsin's definition of "open" carry meant it was basically impossible to carry "openly" in a vehicle. Since if the gun is on your hip or otherwise not up high were people can see it through any window, it's not open enough.
I guess if you had a convertible you could wear a helmet, and attach a holster to the top of your helmet.....