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    http://www.municode.com/resources/ga...311&sid=22

    Sec. 50-36. Firearms and dangerous instruments or agents.

    (a)Possession. No person except an authorized township employee, park guard, law enforcement officer or military personnel shall bring onto park property or have in his possession on park property any firearms or ammunition, any explosive, dynamite cap, fireworks, airgun, pellet gun, spring gun, slingshot, crossbow, bow and arrow, any device which can be loaded with blank cartridges, any trapping device, any incendiary bomb or material, any smoke or stink bomb, any tear gas or other disabling chemical or agent, any acid or caustic substance, or any flammable liquid.

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    PilotPTK wrote:
    http://www.municode.com/resources/ga...311&sid=22

    Sec. 50-36. Firearms and dangerous instruments or agents.

    (a)Possession. No person except an authorized township employee, park guard, law enforcement officer or military personnel shall bring onto park property or have in his possession on park property any firearms or ammunition, any explosive, dynamite cap, fireworks, airgun, pellet gun, spring gun, slingshot, crossbow, bow and arrow, any device which can be loaded with blank cartridges, any trapping device, any incendiary bomb or material, any smoke or stink bomb, any tear gas or other disabling chemical or agent, any acid or caustic substance, or any flammable liquid.
    You have your work cut out for you. Good job on finding these. If evey member looked at their local ordinances and then did something about it, the word would get out faster.
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    I've tried, but my local gooberment has everything on 3 by 5 cards lol. And Aunt Bea forgot the combination to the safe.springerdave.

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    Just a few examples:

    Per Ordinance;
    (Any Acid)
    No vinegar in a park (Acetic Acid).
    No batteries. (Sulfuric Acid).
    No Lemons, Limes, Oranges (Citric Acid).
    No Soft-Drinks (Carbonic/Phosphoric Acid).

    (Any Flamable Liquid)
    No butane Lighters (Butane in Liquid Form).
    No Zippo Lighters (Lighter Fluid).
    No Lighter Fluid for BBQ Grill (Even if grille provided in park by park).
    No Vehicle (Gasoline in tank)

    (other disabling chemical or agent)
    No pepper-spray/MACE for defence



    How does this crap get passed?



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    Venator wrote:
    PilotPTK wrote:
    http://www.municode.com/resources/ga...311&sid=22

    Sec. 50-36. Firearms and dangerous instruments or agents.

    (a)Possession. No person except an authorized township employee, park guard, law enforcement officer or military personnel shall bring onto park property or have in his possession on park property any firearms or ammunition, any explosive, dynamite cap, fireworks, airgun, pellet gun, spring gun, slingshot, crossbow, bow and arrow, any device which can be loaded with blank cartridges, any trapping device, any incendiary bomb or material, any smoke or stink bomb, any tear gas or other disabling chemical or agent, any acid or caustic substance, or any flammable liquid.
    You have your work cut out for you. Good job on finding these. If ever member looked at their local ordinances and then did something about it, the word would get out faster.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adminis...ns_of_Michigan

    The state is divided into 83 counties, and further divided into 1,242 townships, 274 cities, and 259 villages. Additionally, the state consists of 553 school districts, 57 intermediate school districts, 14 planning and development regions, and over 300 special districts and authorities.[1][/suP]

    I suspect that most, if not all, of the local units of government have some sort of prohibition of firearms in their public buildings/offices, parks, etc. on the books. Is there a way to address the illegal firearm prohibitions in Michigan (Per 123.1102) as a whole or do they need to be addressed separately?

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    1. ^ a b Michigan's System of Local Government, Michigan Manual 2005-2006, Chapter VIII, Introduction, pp. 715-718. Accessed 2007-05-15.
    2. ^ "Macomb races to finish executive report" by Chad Selweski, The Macomb Daily Online Edition, Published December 5, 2006. Accessed 2007-05-15.
    3. ^ Michigan Municipal League, Email Received May 23, 2007
    4. ^ Michigan Constitution of 1963, Article VII, § 22, Effective Jan. 1, 1964. Accessed 2007-05-15.
    5. ^ Michigan Townships.org Accessed 2007-05-15



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    PilotPTK wrote:
    Just a few examples:

    Per Ordinance;
    (Any Acid)
    No vinegar in a park (Acetic Acid).
    No batteries. (Sulfuric Acid).
    No Lemons, Limes, Oranges (Citric Acid).
    No Soft-Drinks (Carbonic/Phosphoric Acid).

    (Any Flamable Liquid)
    No butane Lighters (Butane in Liquid Form).
    No Zippo Lighters (Lighter Fluid).
    No Lighter Fluid for BBQ Grill (Even if grille provided in park by park).
    No Vehicle (Gasoline in tank)

    (other disabling chemical or agent)
    No pepper-spray/MACE for defence



    How does this crap get passed?

    Do they also require you to go down the road to McDonald's to use the restroom facilities???

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    Venator wrote:
    PilotPTK wrote:
    http://www.municode.com/resources/ga...311&sid=22

    Sec. 50-36. Firearms and dangerous instruments or agents.

    (a)Possession. No person except an authorized township employee, park guard, law enforcement officer or military personnel shall bring onto park property or have in his possession on park property any firearms or ammunition, any explosive, dynamite cap, fireworks, airgun, pellet gun, spring gun, slingshot, crossbow, bow and arrow, any device which can be loaded with blank cartridges, any trapping device, any incendiary bomb or material, any smoke or stink bomb, any tear gas or other disabling chemical or agent, any acid or caustic substance, or any flammable liquid.
    You have your work cut out for you. Good job on finding these. If ever member looked at their local ordinances and then did something about it, the word would get out faster.
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    PilotPTK wrote:
    Just a few examples:

    Per Ordinance;
    (Any Acid)
    No vinegar in a park (Acetic Acid).
    No batteries. (Sulfuric Acid).
    No Lemons, Limes, Oranges (Citric Acid).
    No Soft-Drinks (Carbonic/Phosphoric Acid).

    (Any Flamable Liquid)
    No butane Lighters (Butane in Liquid Form).
    No Zippo Lighters (Lighter Fluid).
    No Lighter Fluid for BBQ Grill (Even if grille provided in park by park).
    No Vehicle (Gasoline in tank)

    (other disabling chemical or agent)
    No pepper-spray/MACE for defence



    How does this crap get passed?

    I've made snares (for capturing animals, therefore a type of trap) out of boot laces, fishing line and para cord... guess these are banned too.
    Giving up our liberties for safety is the one sure way to let the violent among us win.

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    Four common bricks two nails and toothpick [twig ] Handful of grain or bread will capture small birds ! Aline three bricks side by side ,fourth at end perpendicular ,lift center brick ,place nail in ground at or near end of center brick nearest to end brick place trigger on top of nail head put other nail point down on trigger setting centre brick on top at angle toss some bait and wait for live catch .

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    Trash barrels work well for turkeys and notebook paper, with some slight modifications, works well for crows. Sorry, not going to give away any "poaching" secrets here though! :P

    The problem with most prohibitions in the law is in the definition of terms. People with little outdoor experience wouldn't even think that the prohibition of traps is anything other than the picture they had in their mind at the time. Same problem w/ the gun laws... one example, most people "think" they know what "concealed" means, but is a pistol holstered IWB, with the handle showing, concealed or open? Most here probably would argue that it is open; WE can tell what it is when WE see it. To the uninformed, though, the terms "concealed" and "open" are objectively obvious and mutually exclusive.

    This is, though, what probably keeps some lawyers in business.
    Giving up our liberties for safety is the one sure way to let the violent among us win.

    "Though defensive violence will always be a 'sad necessity' in the eyes of men of principle, it would be still more unfortunate if wrongdoers should dominate just men." -Saint Augustine

    Disclaimer I am not a lawyer! Please do not consider anything you read from me to be legal advice.

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