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    Link is: http://www.packing.org/community/whe...istview/25113/

    It's specifically geared to WA State, so I just posted it here. The comment was:

    "Open carry, while legal, is almost certain to draw attention, even in Spokane."


    Where the heck is all this attention? I haven't had any yet! dag-nab-it...

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    PDO?? Isn't that the "Part Time" site that used to be pretty good for current information. It now seems to be populated by Trolls and the Immature.

    I wouldn't take anything offered there on OC too seriously.
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    Yeah, there's a lot of internet experts over there :?

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    I've given up on PDO. Two years out of date, plus I got 0 attacked so badly. Even guys like Charles Hardy of GOUtah, one of our staunchest open carry allies in Utah, got zero bombed.

    Someone needs to buy packing.org, and turn into a GUN CARRY database, not just a CCW database, or at least get legallyarmed.org up to snuff.

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    Lonnie Wilson wrote:
    I've given up on PDO. Two years out of date, plus I got 0 attacked so badly. Even guys like Charles Hardy of GOUtah, one of our staunchest open carry allies in Utah, got zero bombed.

    Someone needs to buy packing.org, and turn into a GUN CARRY database, not just a CCW database, or at least get legallyarmed.org up to snuff.
    I was actually thinking of doing something to just that effect. Not buy them but create another, but keep theinfo up to date.
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    joeroket wrote:
    Lonnie Wilson wrote:
    I've given up on PDO. Two years out of date, plus I got 0 attacked so badly. Even guys like Charles Hardy of GOUtah, one of our staunchest open carry allies in Utah, got zero bombed.

    Someone needs to buy packing.org, and turn into a GUN CARRY database, not just a CCW database, or at least get legallyarmed.org up to snuff.
    I was actually thinking of doing something to just that effect. Not buy them but create another, but keep theinfo up to date.
    You might try http://handgunlaw.us/. I sent an update to that page, and had a reply from the webmaster in less than 3 hours that it was fixed. Now THAT is responsive!



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    I used to read PDO but didn't post a long ways back. I lost interest when the moderators started killing postswhen they did not agree with the posters comments, rather than just saying they did not agree.

    I went back a few yearsand found a complete lack of moderation along with a strange rating system dominated by trolls. I stuck around for awhile, but eventually lost interest again. I still read and post once in a blue moon, but it a sad case of what can happen when the site owner just loses interest. Also, shows the need for some light moderation.

    I have to agree that while I like the give and take of a forum where the readers have some say, strictly for information on state laws, handgunlaw is now better and more current than PDO.

    Personally, I would prefer CC to OC, but it should be a personal choice.

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    ilbob wrote:
    I used to read PDO but didn't post a long ways back. I lost interest when the moderators started killing postswhen they did not agree with the posters comments, rather than just saying they did not agree.
    It's a shame that PDO went that way. Happens.

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