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Thread: Map of Mission Beach and surrounding schools!

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    Mapped out the schools surrounding the beach we are supposed to meet on the 28th!

    Can't wait to meet everybody!

    Are Desert Eagles allowed?:celebrate

    That might even scare you guys away!

    http://maps.yahoo.com/#mvt=m&lat=32....0diego%20%2Cca

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    I think my brother's friend Lisa is coming strapped with a Desert Eagle... oooh yeah

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    Holly F............K!

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    You can hide a lot of Pelosi swamp rat habitat in an unloaded Eagle.
    So beware the invironmental nuts. Would it be bad taste to use a
    condom on the barrel?
    Just wouldn't want the gun to be labeled an endangered spieces habitat.

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    I am only interested in the Schools in the immediate area of my destination. I already know about the schools in my own local area.

    As far as there being any number of schools within 1,000 feet of any freeway that I might happen to be taking is irrelevant, as it would take more work than any "reasonable" person would normally do to find them all, and then remeber where they all were.

    Therefore, there is no way that I know, orreasonably should know, about some random school that is 750 feet from the freeway, in a particular random town that I just happen to be driving through on my way to San Diego.

    As soon as I hit the freeway, I am clear of all the schools in my area. I will be UOC in my vehicle all the way down to San Diego. I will lock my gun in my lockbox when I depart the freeway as I know I will be passing within 1,000 feet of schools between the freeway and Pacific Beach meeting place. It will remain locked until I arrive at the parking area and then it will go into my holster, slide locked back, ready for the (expected) 12031(e) inspection.

    Edited to add the expectation of a 12031(e) check.


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    Decoligny wrote:
    I am only interested in the Schools in the immediate area of my destination. I already know about the schools in my own local area.

    As far as there being any number of schools within 1,000 feet of any freeway that I might happen to be taking is irrelevant, as it would take more work than any "reasonable" person would normally do to find them all, and then remeber where they all were.

    Therefore, there is no way that I know, orreasonably should know, about some random school that is 750 feet from the freeway, in a particular random town that I just happen to be driving through on my way to San Diego.

    As soon as I hit the freeway, I am clear of all the schools in my area. I will be UOC in my vehicle all the way down to San Diego. I will lock my gun in my lockbox when I depart the freeway as I know I will be passing within 1,000 feet of schools between the freeway and Pacific Beach meeting place. It will remain locked until I arrive at the parking area and then it will go into my holster, slide locked back, ready for a potentially ordered 12031(e) inspection.
    Fixed it for you there Decoligny, haha!

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    wolfeinstein wrote:
    Are Desert Eagles allowed?:celebrate
    One of the guys at the very first open carry dinner carried his Desert Eagle. Very nice gun, and hard to miss. Definitely makes a bold statement. However, my M.O. is: don't carry anything you would be heartbroken over losing. You never know when some local LEO will decide to punish you for exercising your rights.
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