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    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum4/23533.html

    See what billMecklenburg county's wonderful Senator Malcolm Graham is trying to get passed.

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    Frigging ridiculous.

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    Email to my Senator. Does anyone know who is on the Judiciary 1 committee. The NC site says that is where it is currently. Would love to know and send more emails.

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    Nevermind, 30 seconds more looking and found it. Judiciary 1 committee.



    http://www.ncleg.net/gascripts/Commi...%20Standing_70

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    chiefjason wrote:
    Email to my Senator. Does anyone know who is on the Judiciary 1 committee. The NC site says that is where it is currently. Would love to know and send more emails.
    Not sure if this will help:
    http://www.conservativeusa.org/mega-cong.htm[/code]

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    Here's the email I just fired off to EVERYONE involved:

    Senate Bill 664 (Safe Storage of Firearms) – NO[/b]
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    This bill is yet another attempt at un-lawful infringement of our Second Amendment RIGHT.[/b]
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    I would like you to OPPOSE it (and any LIKE bills) at every opportunity.[/b]
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    This bill is totally un-necessary – people impacted by a LACK of this bill still have the CIVIL courts to seek redress of injuries against the actual gun owner involved.[/b]
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    The parts that are the worst are the parts that involved the “gun-lock”/”separation of weapon-and-ammo” aspects.[/b]
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    A weapon that is un-loaded or trigger-locked is totally useless in a self-defense/home-defense scenario where [/b]*SECONDS[/b]ß count![/b]
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    Also, I’d like to take this opportunity to ask you to help move and SUPPORT both House Bill 269 (Concealed Handgun Permit Valid in Parks) AND House Bill 270 =S235 (Personal Protection in Restuarants).[/b]
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    Please feel free to contact me if you care to discuss this further – and thank you for your time.[/b]
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    (Signed)[/b]

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    I just sent an email to my representatives expressing my sentiments on this bill. Let's hope for a repeat of the 2001 defeat of this piece of "legislation".

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