Too many guns out there folks!

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Moreno Jay wrote:
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It is against the law. The charge is "brandishing a weapon."
You are wrong again big guy since I never done any of what the legal beagles call brandishing. Maybe you should get educated. I can and will take it out of my holster whenever and wherever I darn want to check it, scratch something or whatever I want.

From some law site: "According to The American Heritage Dictionary, Second College Edition (1982), at p 204, the term brandishing is defined as: "1. To wave or flourish menacingly, as a weapon. 2. To display ostentatiously.–n. A menacing or defiant wave or flourish." This definition comports with the meaning ascribed to this term by courts of other jurisdictions. For example, in United States v Moerman, 233 F3d 379, 380 (CA 6, 2000), the court recognized that in federal sentencing guidelines, "brandishing" a weapon is defined to mean "that the weapon was pointed or waved about, or displayed in a threatening manner."
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#23
Feb 7, 2013
 
Moreno Jay wrote:
For Capone, et al, it was just business - not personal.
Today's young savages are all about "street cred" and "rep" and will kill over the silliest imaginable "disrespect." The irony of their being human garbage totally undeserving of any respect of any kind is of course lost upon the vermin.
Tanks Jay fo dat interestin piece o info. I bet very few peoples ever knew Al Capones first name was Et. I guarontee!!! I bet you learn dat in dat college, hah? Why dey don't taught you to spell filè?
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Feb 7, 2013
 
Gumbeaux Roux wrote:
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That's a STUPID individual and you should've called him on it. Or at least called store management AND KPD.
I would've...
KPD don't have no jurisdictions, Wal Mart is in St Marys, I guarontee!!!

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Coonass wrote:
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KPD don't have no jurisdictions, Wal Mart is in St Marys, I guarontee!!!


Tru dat.....
Local PD

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Sure lets get guns to everyone like this woman who pulled a legal, permitted,.380 out in Chuck E Cheese and loaded a round while in a dispute with another woman and her child. Republican "guns for everyone" thinking is off the chart batshit crazy which could be why they're still enjoying Prez Obama and not rich Mittens for the next four years. http://www.nhregister.com/articles/2013/02/06...

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I saw a middle-aged guy today in Walmart who was shopping with his wife in the cosmetic aisle take his handgun out of his belt holster and play with it for a bit while she shopped. So yea, we've reached or are close to reaching, pure insanity on our nation's gun laws, rather no gun laws I should say.
A person fitting this description and his wife were parked next to me at WalMart on Tuesday afternoon. I was loading my stuff in the trunk when he got out of his truck and holstered his weapon. I asked him if it was a Glock or Sig Sauer. He said it was a Glock. He seemed nice enough. You see an armed society is indeed a polite society.

From what I can find, there is no "brandishing" law in GA. It is a misdemeanor to point a gun at another whether loaded or unloaded.

16-11-102 : Pointing or aiming gun or pistol at another: A person is guilty of a misdemeanor when he intentionally and without legal justification points or aims a gun or pistol at another, whether the gun or pistol is loaded or unloaded.

The key phrase is "without legal justification." Simply removing the gun from the holster, for whatever reason, is not a crime.

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Feb 7, 2013
 
Local PD wrote:
Sure lets get guns to everyone like this woman who pulled a legal, permitted,.380 out in Chuck E Cheese and loaded a round while in a dispute with another woman and her child. Republican "guns for everyone" thinking is off the chart batshit crazy which could be why they're still enjoying Prez Obama and not rich Mittens for the next four years. http://www.nhregister.com/articles/2013/02/06...
Who ever said "everyone" should have a gun? There are some people who should not have a gun. As a percentage of the gun owning population they are a very small group.

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Feb 7, 2013
 
Local PD wrote:
Sure lets get guns to everyone like this woman who pulled a legal, permitted,.380 out in Chuck E Cheese and loaded a round while in a dispute with another woman and her child. Republican "guns for everyone" thinking is off the chart batshit crazy which could be why they're still enjoying Prez Obama and not rich Mittens for the next four years.
Nope, that's a stupid person who should NEVER have a gun. Lets hope the judge and DA makes sure she can never legaly have a gun again.

I don't know any Republican saying 'everyone' needs to be armed.... just like I'm not hearing every Democrat saying 'take all the guns'.

Basing a decision to ban any gun on the actions of the criminally stupid or insane murders isn't the answer either.

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Feb 7, 2013
 
Jimmy wrote:
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You are wrong again big guy since I never done any of what the legal beagles call brandishing. Maybe you should get educated. I can and will take it out of my holster whenever and wherever I darn want to check it, scratch something or whatever I want.
From some law site: "According to The American Heritage Dictionary, Second College Edition (1982), at p 204, the term brandishing is defined as: "1. To wave or flourish menacingly, as a weapon. 2. To display ostentatiously.–n. A menacing or defiant wave or flourish." This definition comports with the meaning ascribed to this term by courts of other jurisdictions. For example, in United States v Moerman, 233 F3d 379, 380 (CA 6, 2000), the court recognized that in federal sentencing guidelines, "brandishing" a weapon is defined to mean "that the weapon was pointed or waved about, or displayed in a threatening manner."
1. The Legal Definition of Brandishing a Weapon

In order to prove that you brandished a weapon under Penal Code 417 PC, the prosecutor must prove the following facts (otherwise known as “elements” of the crime):

that you drew or exhibited a deadly weapon or firearm in the presence of another person,
that either
you did so in a rude, angry, or threatening manner, or
you did so unlawfully in a fight or quarrel, and
that you were not acting in self-defense or in the defense of another person at the time.

The last line sums it up.
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LonePalm wrote:
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A person fitting this description and his wife were parked next to me at WalMart on Tuesday afternoon. I was loading my stuff in the trunk when he got out of his truck and holstered his weapon. I asked him if it was a Glock or Sig Sauer. He said it was a Glock. He seemed nice enough. You see an armed society is indeed a polite society.
From what I can find, there is no "brandishing" law in GA. It is a misdemeanor to point a gun at another whether loaded or unloaded.
16-11-102 : Pointing or aiming gun or pistol at another: A person is guilty of a misdemeanor when he intentionally and without legal justification points or aims a gun or pistol at another, whether the gun or pistol is loaded or unloaded.
The key phrase is "without legal justification." Simply removing the gun from the holster, for whatever reason, is not a crime.
So you one of the kooks that thinks you need to be carrying a gun to shop at walmart? Other shoppers that violent? The neighborhood so crime ridden? Bodily assaults, rape, mayhem and death a regular old every day event in aisles 2?

I got news for you Sherlock, you don't need to be packing a weapon to shop at walmart unless you've got a loose screw. Words from one gun owner to another.

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Feb 7, 2013
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Well, don't this say it all.....
Jill

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Might as well add these two to the list of second amendment failures: Today in Charlotte, N.C. a 15-year-old high school student brought a loaded handgun to school in his backpack and was arrested. It came from home of course. Closer to home, a 46-year-old Jacksonville man was fatally shot while driving on a city street in what might have been a case of road rage at arond 7:50pm. When you hear these lies, "more guns will make us safer" and "guns don't kill", don't believe it. Vote Democratic.
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Feb 8, 2013
 
Of course you will hear about the cases where a weapon was used against the law. However, there will is no way to tell how many incidents did not even happen since a potential criminal knew someone was armed at that location. Also, many things do not get reported if a shot was never fired and someone with a weapon prevented bad things from happening. You do not even know if the road rage incident was even a legal firearm legally purchased.

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So you one of the kooks that thinks you need to be carrying a gun to shop at walmart? Other shoppers that violent? The neighborhood so crime ridden? Bodily assaults, rape, mayhem and death a regular old every day event in aisles 2?
I got news for you Sherlock, you don't need to be packing a weapon to shop at walmart unless you've got a loose screw. Words from one gun owner to another.
Here's a business opportunity for you. Print a line of day-glow orange tee-shirts to be worn proudly by folks who would rather be victimized or killed by a thug than "rescued" by a legally armed, law abiding citizen.

I, for one, would not care to have to go through all the hassle that would no doubt be attendant to resucing an ungrateful sheep.

It would serve the same pupose as a DNR (do not resuscitate) order on the terminally ill.

Any suggestions on what the caption should be on those sheep shirts? "Sheep Shirts." You should trademark that before you print your first one.

Remember, they would be appropriate wear for all anti-Second Amendment sheep. The potential market is huge.

A further benefit would accrue to those of us who are armed and to criminals who want to know who the safe targets are.

Yes, this would be a win-win product for sure.
Anon

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Feb 8, 2013
 
Moreno Jay wrote:
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A further benefit would accrue to those of us who are armed and to criminals who want to know who the safe targets are.
Yes, this would be a win-win product for sure.
Sounds threatening.(from post #35)

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Anon wrote:
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So you one of the kooks that thinks you need to be carrying a gun to shop at walmart? Other shoppers that violent? The neighborhood so crime ridden? Bodily assaults, rape, mayhem and death a regular old every day event in aisles 2?
I got news for you Sherlock, you don't need to be packing a weapon to shop at walmart unless you've got a loose screw. Words from one gun owner to another.
Read more closely. I didn't say I was open carrying I said the guy that parked next to me as I was leaving was open carrying.

I made no judgement one way or the other in my comment.

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Feb 8, 2013
 
Anon wrote:
<quoted text>Sounds threatening.(from post #35)
Sounds more like sarcasm to me.

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#39
Feb 8, 2013
 
Sheeple enjoy feeling "threatened" and "offended."

It's their foreplay leading to an orgasm of self-righteousness.
Sovereign

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Feb 8, 2013
 
Vet, I didn't even read your wall of spam post. I can already imagine that it is riddled with tear jerker stories about kids. Hitler played the same card when he disarmed the German citizens.

You would have better luck preaching the Gospel in Iraq than preaching gun control in south Georgia.

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Feb 8, 2013
 
It's hard to debate if you don't have all the facts.

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