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    Anyone up for it? Ideas for places?



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    I am with you. I doubt this #^ will be enforced. Media would be nice.

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    Just set a date and time, cold doesn't bother me if it's the right day I will come. You are not going to please everyone so it's best to get a small consesus and then stick to your day.
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    There is really only one place! Kyak point county park. That is the location that one of our members was threatened with arrest a few months back.

    As to the time, I suggest it should be AFTER the February summary judgment hearing on the Seattle case.

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    I don't really see the need to wait.
    I am not anti Cop I am just pro Citizen.

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    It would be good if we had a fire on the beach to keep warm.

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    I'm kinda busy but this is the kind of thing I could clear my schedule for. I also see no need to wait. Are there any ordinances concerning fires in public parks or city property?

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    I will show up when the place and time are chosen. Kayak point sounds good.

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    Sounds great. I like it when they choose a symbolic place. Should we send an invite (not being sarcastic, being sincere) to the local PD?
    I am not anti Cop I am just pro Citizen.

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    sudden valley gunner wrote:
    Sounds great. I like it when they choose a symbolic place. Should we send an invite (not being sarcastic, being sincere) to the local PD?

    Yes, as respectfully as possible, heck they may support us by showing up and not enforcing the law. (Although I do actually doubt that they would show up.)

    We should be recording it on multiple cameras as well, that is a must. I will have mine but it can't be the only one.

    The videos should be sent to the 4 council who didn't speak up. I'll do it if no one else wants to.


    ETA: I'm in the middle of moving and will be for a while but how soon are we thinking? I'll clear my schedule for whenever it is but mid-March would be pretty good for me. 2nd or 3rd weekend in March? Can some others weigh in?

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    Sounds like a good 'un to me. I just hope it isn't dumping rain --- might put something of a damper on things. But I'd show up, if it gets the exposure we want.

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    If it's raining I'll be in swimming gear. I'm a Washingtonian!

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    Richard6218 wrote:
    Sounds like a good 'un to me. I just hope it isn't dumping rain --- might put something of a damper on things. But I'd show up, if it gets the exposure we want.
    no doubt, nothing goofier looking than a firearm covered with a glad sandwich bag.
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    Ya'll live where it rains all the time, pick a gun that can get wet without it being a big deal.

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    kito109654 wrote:
    Ya'll live where it rains all the time, pick a gun that can get wet without it being a big deal.*
    OK, What would you suggest?

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    Stainless, polymer, et cetera; something that can be wet all day and just be broken down and wiped off and relubed at the end of the day. Something other than blue. Seems like it would be worth it for a high profile meet.

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    29er wrote:
    kito109654 wrote:
    Ya'll live where it rains all the time, pick a gun that can get wet without it being a big deal.
    OK, What would you suggest?
    Rain isn't going to hurt your weapon. Just clean it good later. You don't want me to tell you what The Duke would say!

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    kito109654 wrote:
    sudden valley gunner wrote:
    Sounds great. I like it when they choose a symbolic place. Should we send an invite (not being sarcastic, being sincere) to the local PD?

    Yes, as respectfully as possible, heck they may support us by showing up and not enforcing the law. (Although I do actually doubt that they would show up.)

    We should be recording it on multiple cameras as well, that is a must. I will have mine but it can't be the only one.

    The videos should be sent to the 4 council who didn't speak up. I'll do it if no one else wants to.


    ETA: I'm in the middle of moving and will be for a while but how soon are we thinking? I'll clear my schedule for whenever it is but mid-March would be pretty good for me. 2nd or 3rd weekend in March? Can some others weigh in?
    I have yet to see any LEO accept but I believe it's good to invite them hopefully one day they will take us up on it.
    I am not anti Cop I am just pro Citizen.

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    "Because of what appears to be a lawful command on the surface, many citizens, because
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    rights, due to ignorance." (Paraphrased)

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    Squeak wrote:
    29er wrote:
    kito109654 wrote:
    Ya'll live where it rains all the time, pick a gun that can get wet without it being a big deal.
    OK, What would you suggest?
    Rain isn't going to hurt your weapon. Just clean it good later. You don't want me to tell you what The Duke would say!
    Aw, come on, give us some Johnny logic.
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    I'm new to this forum, but I live in Snohomish county. Perhaps a park closer to a city would be better. It would get more exposure and attract more attention. Perhaps the park between Everett and Mukilteo? I think it's called Forrest Park, but I'm not sure. Kayak point is nice but it's a bit out of the way.

    Just a suggestion. Either way I'm up for it and I would be happy to bring my video camera.

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    Well, here's another one about rain: If it's pouring, then presumably we (or most) will be wearing rain gear. Ergo, our guns would be covered and ergo be concealed. Which sort of defeats our purpose, eh?

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    I'm new to this forum, but I live in Snohomish county. Perhaps a park closer to a city would be better. It would get more exposure and attract more attention. Perhaps the park between Everett and Mukilteo? I think it's called Forrest Park, but I'm not sure. Kayak point is nice but it's a bit out of the way.

    Just a suggestion. Either way I'm up for it and I would be happy to bring my video camera.

    Sorry about the dbl post.

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    EasyGoin wrote:
    I'm new to this forum, but I live in Snohomish county.* Perhaps a park closer to a city would be better.* It would get more exposure and attract more attention.** Perhaps the park between Everett and Mukilteo?* I think it's called Forrest Park, but I'm not sure.* Kayak point is nice but it's a bit out of the way.*

    Just a suggestion.* Either way I'm up for it and I would be happy to bring my video camera.

    Sorry about the dbl post.
    We are talking about the county parks. The city of Everett is up to par on there firearm rules.

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    EasyGoin wrote:
    I'm new to this forum, but I live in Snohomish county. Perhaps a park closer to a city would be better. It would get more exposure and attract more attention. Perhaps the park between Everett and Mukilteo? I think it's called Forrest Park, but I'm not sure. Kayak point is nice but it's a bit out of the way.

    Just a suggestion. Either way I'm up for it and I would be happy to bring my video camera.

    Sorry about the dbl post.
    There are two of them in that area. Forest Park and Howarth Park, both of which are City of Everett parks. The point of this is to meet in a County park.
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    Sorry my bad. Could do a litter pick up on the Centennial trail.

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