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    Default Re: Carrying, the State of Emergency, and the Supreme Court

    Quote Originally Posted by Carson View Post
    I am confused myself now. Was the OP questioning whether police officers without a LTCF, can carry a firearm during this SOE. Or is he asking whether the police can stop someone seen carrying a firearm during the SOE ?
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    Times like these are when you want to be strapped with your beestinger and a roscoe or two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PAMedic=F|A= View Post
    Not sure what information you're trying to convey.
    Quote Originally Posted by Carson View Post
    I am confused myself now. Was the OP questioning whether police officers without a LTCF, can carry a firearm during this SOE. Or is he asking whether the police can stop someone seen carrying a firearm during the SOE ?

    Maybe it was my confusion in thinking that all the text, with the same font, was from the court's opinion.

    But the line, We've been stuck in an SoE for what feels like forever, prohibiting firearm carry for all unlicensed or exempted individuals. , is incorrect.

    Viper's question had to do with whether cops had special super powers during a SOE.
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    Default Re: Carrying, the State of Emergency, and the Supreme Court

    The quoted text has been updated to be more clear.

    Also, please clarify what is wrong with my statement that a State of Emergency prohibits the carry of firearms by those who have no LTCF and are not exempted.

    6107. Prohibited conduct during emergency.
    (a) General rule.--No person shall carry a firearm upon the public streets or upon any public property during an emergency proclaimed by a State or municipal governmental executive unless that person is:

    1) Actively engaged in a defense of that person's lifeor property from peril or threat.
    (2) Licensed to carry firearms under section 6109(relating to licenses) or is exempt from licensing undersection 6106(b) (relating to firearms not to be carriedwithout a license).
    The Court's ruling says that the simple carrying of a firearm is not enough to give RAS that criminal activity is afoot, so my question is related to whether the SC's ruling applies during an SoE to people who carry openly.

    Since carrying concealed and being made is not enough to give RAS for the person not being an LTCF holder, carrying openly during an SoE shouldn't either.. right?
    Last edited by ViperGTS19801; April 4th, 2020 at 07:46 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    Why? How does it affect the officer?
    They'll get overtime for attending the trial.

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    This verifies that those with the license are deemed trustworthy by the State, not to mention, including the other states, via reciprocity.

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    Default Re: Carrying, the State of Emergency, and the Supreme Court

    Quote Originally Posted by ViperGTS19801 View Post
    Since carrying concealed and being made is not enough to give RAS for the person not being an LTCF holder, carrying openly during an SoE shouldn't either.. right?
    Quit trying to be logical, Junior. It don't suit you.



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    Default Re: Carrying, the State of Emergency, and the Supreme Court

    Quote Originally Posted by ViperGTS19801 View Post
    Also, please clarify what is wrong with my statement that a State of Emergency prohibits the carry of firearms by those who have no LTCF and are not exempted.



    The word not was not in your original post.
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    Default Re: Carrying, the State of Emergency, and the Supreme Court

    Quote Originally Posted by ViperGTS19801 View Post
    The quoted text has been updated to be more clear.

    Also, please clarify what is wrong with my statement that a State of Emergency prohibits the carry of firearms by those who have no LTCF and are not exempted.



    The Court's ruling says that the simple carrying of a firearm is not enough to give RAS that criminal activity is afoot, so my question is related to whether the SC's ruling applies during an SoE to people who carry openly.

    Since carrying concealed and being made is not enough to give RAS for the person not being an LTCF holder, carrying openly during an SoE shouldn't either.. right?
    No it shouldn't. I'm sure that won't bother them. I could be wrong.
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    OK leo(s) do you get your ltcf or just go the job route? I would but I look at jobs as temporary. Down size quit fired retirement whatever. Twenty dollars is nothing today.
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