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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Constitutional Carry Bill Filed - SB 565

    Quote Originally Posted by abner13 View Post
    My understanding is that PICS uses several databases including NICS. And most ''issues'' are with PICS.
    That may be (likely is) entirely true, but Phil's point is that there is a greater chance of having an appeal heard for a PICS problem than with a NICS problem. We (individually and as a group) have a stronger influence on the deciding party(s) at the state level than at the federal. Personally, I agree with his logic.

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    Default Re: Constitutional Carry Bill Filed - SB 565

    Come on PA.. Let's get this done this year.

    FYI - "Texas House OKs Dropping Permit to Carry Handgun in Public".

    https://www.newsmax.com/us/gun-laws-...18/id/1018089/
    μολων λαβε

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    Default Re: Constitutional Carry Bill Filed - SB 565

    Queue PA "mass shooting" a week before the bill is debated..

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    Default Re: Constitutional Carry Bill Filed - SB 565

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    The only question I have is...Katie Muth is my state senator and she's as worthless as they come. She doesn't know one caliber of ammo from another and probably couldn't tell you the trigger from the hammer. I'm not opposed to having my voice heard most of the time but she is really as worthless as they get. What is there to gain from calling her?
    Perhaps a little education in the form of a letter to your state senator is in order. Point out the obvious to her...let her know law abiding aren't the issue( I am sure she knows). It might also help her understand why its about time this happens...and point to her the huge increases, month over month over month, in the NICS background checks. Tell her The People are speaking...

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    Default Re: Constitutional Carry Bill Filed - SB 565

    Again, it's Lisa Baker that we're worried about.

    Keep encouraging her to join in and defend the Constitution.
    Galations 6:9...And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up.
    Ashli Babbitt - Patriot

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    Default Re: Constitutional Carry Bill Filed - SB 565

    Quote Originally Posted by alpacaheat View Post
    Again, it's Lisa Baker that we're worried about.

    Keep encouraging her to join in and defend the Constitution.
    Indeed. She's the big hurdle in the Senate.
    Val W. Finnell, MD, MPH | Pennsylvania Director, Gun Owners of America | 717-220-3380

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    Default Re: Constitutional Carry Bill Filed - SB 565

    Lot to do about nothing. This Bill is dead on arrival at the Governor's desk. The only way this ever passes is with the State House, Senate and Governor's Office in the hands of conservative Republicans.
    My GGG Grandpappy,front row (20th NC, Co. F.) and Family Circa 1900.

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    Default Re: Constitutional Carry Bill Filed - SB 565

    Quote Originally Posted by pa350z View Post
    Lot to do about nothing. This Bill is dead on arrival at the Governor's desk. The only way this ever passes is with the State House, Senate and Governor's Office in the hands of conservative Republicans.
    It's valuable in the sense that we get a recorded vote and then know who is really with us and against us. It also sets us up for success the next time we do it. Always get a recorded vote.
    Val W. Finnell, MD, MPH | Pennsylvania Director, Gun Owners of America | 717-220-3380

  9. #19
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    Default Re: Constitutional Carry Bill Filed - SB 565

    Email sent

    Here’s to hoping this gets passed before July when I renew my LTCF. I wouldn’t mind not having to pay for another 5 year permission slip to exercise a Constitutional Right

    I know, I know....

  10. #20
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    Default Re: Constitutional Carry Bill Filed - SB 565

    Every single Rep and Senator could vote for this and as soon as it hits Wolf's desk: VETO!

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