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    For those who may have missed this in the News section:

    http://www.jhnewsandguide.com/article.php?art_id=5202

    Good to be in an OC state.

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    With the new law, people in national parks will not be allowed to carry weapons, concealed or otherwise, in federal buildings.

    With the "other lawful purpose" exemption you should be good to go inside the park buildings also. Anyone see it differently?No postal regulations in the way on this one.

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    Damn and I am moving to a CC state. SOB. Now I am really in mourning.

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    NavyLT wrote:
    However, Skaggs said some rules do differ in the park compared to the rest of the state.

    “They cannot use it or display it in a threatening manner, and they cannot discharge it unless their personal safety is in question,” she said.
    The above is from the article. So, according to Skaggs, in Wyoming, outside of a National Park, it must be OK to threaten folks with a firearm and discharge it whenever one feels like?!? That's too cool! Go cowboys, yee haw!
    I noticed that too. Skaggs must be like Nashville Tennessee Police Chief Serpaswho bases the actions of gun owners on "B" westerns.

    Both are idiots.
    "You can teach 'em, but you cant learn 'em."

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