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Thread: Erie Open Carry news video!

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    Nicely done. At first, it sounded like the typical party line of "these people are crazy because they carry guns", but then it seemed to develop into a more neutral story.

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    Good, unbiased reporting for a change.

    Wasn't it the Erie County Sheriff who said he'd revoke the license of anyone spotted openly carrying?

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    Statkowski wrote:
    Wasn't it the Erie County Sheriff who said he'd revoke the license of anyone spotted openly carrying?
    Hmm... and where is this open carry license?

    Oh, the joys of unlicensed OC in PA.

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    Actually, a letter from Sgt. Amendola in the firearms division stated that OCers will more than likely be "proned out at gunpoint"

    Statkowski wrote:
    Good, unbiased reporting for a change.

    Wasn't it the Erie County Sheriff who said he'd revoke the license of anyone spotted openly carrying?

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    Statkowski wrote:
    Wasn't it the Erie County Sheriff who said he'd revoke the license of anyone spotted openly carrying?
    A few years ago I visited the Erie County Courthouse while carrying open - I walked in the front door to the Deputy manning the metal detector, informed him that I wished to declare my firearm, have him check it in and hold it for me while I went about my business.

    I was actually visiting the Sheriff's Department to apply for a non-resident concealed carry license.

    Open carry was never an issue for me in Erie, Pittsburgh, etc. and I visit those places often.

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