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  1. #11
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    Default Re: 80% Glock Carry?

    Having dealt with nuclear physicists, trust me - smart does not equal smart.

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    Default Re: 80% Glock Carry?

    the issue i see is it doesn't show up in the data base.

  3. #13
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    Default Re: 80% Glock Carry?

    Quote Originally Posted by DukeConnor View Post
    the issue i see is it doesn't show up in the data base.
    With no serial # I would hope not.

    It would be interesting to see the reaction while searching for a SN, to suddenly realize it's a "ghost gun."

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    Default Re: 80% Glock Carry?

    Don't be an ass.
    It's in the registry- you just have search with a Ouija board.
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    Default Re: 80% Glock Carry?

    And since the state police admitted in their annual training to all cops that not all handguns are in the database since it's not a database, have there been any problems with such in Pennsylvania? I don't recall any being raised on this forum.

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    Default Re: 80% Glock Carry?

    Quote Originally Posted by Statkowski View Post
    And since the state police admitted in their annual training to all cops that not all handguns are in the database since it's not a database, have there been any problems with such in Pennsylvania? I don't recall any being raised on this forum.
    Try it in Philadelphia. If it works that should settle it.
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    Default Re: 80% Glock Carry?

    Great idea for being an activist, but possibly less practical for day-to-day life.

    If the government were trying to squash people displaying indicators of wealth and status, I would admire the person that walked around with a few $100 bills attched to their hat. No law against it. But, that would probably not be a good idea for strictly fashion purposes.

    That said, the government is consistently trying to squash gun rights. As such, I admire the people that carry 80% Glocks, open carry, and push the limits in other such ways. A right that is not exercised, is not a functional right.

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    Default Re: 80% Glock Carry?

    Quote Originally Posted by Carnes View Post
    Great idea for being an activist, but possibly less practical for day-to-day life.

    If the government were trying to squash people displaying indicators of wealth and status, I would admire the person that walked around with a few $100 bills attched to their hat. No law against it. But, that would probably not be a good idea for strictly fashion purposes.

    That said, the government is consistently trying to squash gun rights. As such, I admire the people that carry 80% Glocks, open carry, and push the limits in other such ways. A right that is not exercised, is not a functional right.
    I understand the "avoiding hassle" point, but how is it really any different than carrying any handgun WITH a S/N number that was legally obtained through one of several legal processes that would keep it from being in the "not a registry" registry?

    If a cop is determined to jam someone up, they'll do it. It's impossible to know and attempt to prevent any and all of their options. IMO, this is right up there with "Don't open carry, or they'll outlaw it."

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