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Thread: Laurie Bisch for Sheriff Open Carry Gun Law Card

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    To be found in all the gun shops in CC that support her.





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    I LOVE IT

    She'll get my vote .

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    Maybe you could post a list of those gun stores supporting her.

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    I will, 10,000 of these cards are being delivered by the end of the week! I know american shooters already agreed. Working on a free pamplet also of the gun laws and her stance.

    If people dont know why its important: the current administration of LVMPD has made it very clear that they are against gun ownership. The Sheriff received a failing grade from the NRA in his questionaire.

    There are people in the politican machine that have publically said they want laws on the books that make it illegal to carry anywhere near a casino (500ft+), near a school, and so on in Clark County. So, please look at who you vote for in 2010 for all elections not just for the Sheriff.

    The Nevada SHeriff & Police Chiefs association, has voted and supported almost every anti-gun law in Nevada, and they get most of their money and support from the people in power, the anti-gun lobby.

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    An example of such nonsense is SB29 from 2003.

    http://www.leg.state.nv.us/72nd/Repo...tory.cfm?ID=73

    This was an attempt by law enforcement to get ANOTHER carve out in the preemption law to allow local government to restrict OPENLY CARRIED weapons.

    It obviously failed, but Pace is right. Pay attention to those who supported SB29 (and similar measures) and make it known they're work in the legislature is no longer required.

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