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Thread: So who in Forida is going to start the online petition for open carry rights?

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    Here is the Texas effort: http://www.petitiononline.com/texasoc/petition.html

    And it's gotten the issue of restoration of Texas open carry rights into the new big time!

    If I lived in FL this petition would be online by noon today!

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    Already started it. I created the page and am hosting it on a server at my home that way only one person has access to all the information but some people on some other forums are saying they won't sign it because they are concerned about what will happen to their information. Trying to find someone "official" to take it over so maybe it will get somewhere.

    http://flopencarry.com



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    I signed. Thanks for getting the effort rolling. If I can help at all, just let me know.
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    rvrctyrngr wrote:
    I signed. Thanks for getting the effort rolling. If I can help at all, just let me know.
    OK, may need some folks to talk to press soon

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    Certainly.
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    Detached reflection cannot be demanded in the presence of an uplifted knife.
    -Justice Oliver Wendel Holmes
    Brown v. United States, 1921

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