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Thread: Intersting article on how EMTs should treat patients that carry.

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    http://www.emsresponder.com/publicat...=1&id=9126



    I was suprised, it's actually a pretty fair article that got it pretty much right.

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    You mean this one?
    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum65/22981.html
    One of our own members wrote it.

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    One of our own members wrote it.
    Wasn't aware of that. Ran across a linktoit over on THR. That wouldexplain why it's done right.

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    Good article.
    Bob Owens @ Bearing Arms (paraphrased): "These people aren't against violence; they're very much in favor of violence. They're against armed resistance."

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    Nice article. I am in my 'senior' years and think of this very thing should I become unable to retain my facilities.

    Also.....it seems my doc has me check into a hospital for tests. Often.:shock:

    If it is just routine, I remain armed. If I have to be sedated, I stop at the check in and have security meet me. They take my weapon (unloaded), count the bullets and record the SN.The weapon is then taken away in a bag and I'm given a receipt.

    IF.....your hospital doesn't allow weapons of any type......you may still check it in at security....most places.

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    that's good to know. I've been looking and looking for some NM laws pertaining to hospitals and oc/cc. I never have seen any signs and it is private property. I'll have to ask the security the next time i'm in the area.

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