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    I was the guy who talked on the phone with Oaklander, so I'll definitely be there. Looks like the date is still up in the air....

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    Keep me posted when a final date is set.

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    Yes, I will be proud to have UOC'ers and CGN'ers and CGF'ers meet up at my house!

    We are looking at a mid-late March date. . .

    Items on the agenda are:

    1) points of commonality across the various 2A movements in CA
    2) BBQ: lots and lots of BBQ.

    Please do not hesitate to call me or email me to discuss.

    I'm at 415.827.1776 (personal cell) / fnfal61@gmail.com

    Thanks!

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    If I am not at Front Sight then I will absolutely attend :-)

    Carry On!

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    Will try very hard to get there...



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    That's a great graphic...thanks Cato, thanks Oleg.
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    holy crap! that lap top looks like it was made not long after quill pens and hand presses were out-dated.
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    coolusername2007 wrote:
    That's a great graphic...thanks Cato, thanks Oleg.
    We really need to get a traveling art show of Oleg's work in poster form for booths at colleges and community fairs. I wouldn't make it OC centered but rather Olegs theme of "self defence is a human right". I think it would be more persuasive to the uninitiated to beintroduced to these concepts for the first time through art as opposed to seeing OC (for some venues).

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    Good idea. I'd be willing to help. And the next time we protest something, we should have his artwork printed on large signs.
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    dirtykoala wrote:
    holy crap! that lap top looks like it was made not long after quill pens and hand presses were out-dated.
    LOL

    I think he was using it for the bi tone colorjuxtaposition contrast art thang...

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    You all need to organize some events in public areas at unincorporated areas where the county has not banned shooting - that way folks can legally refuse polce load checks and carry loaded if they want.

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    We have had an LOC event, it was our 4th Monthly meeting I believe. Although I couldn't make it due to being sick, I understand all had an exceptional time shooting and fully exercising their rights the way our founders intended.
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    coolusername2007 wrote:
    We have had an LOC event, it was our 4th Monthly meeting I believe. Although I couldn't make it due to being sick, I understand all had an exceptional time shooting and fully exercising their rights the way our founders intended.
    That was alot of fun but we really need to LOC in a town instead of a shooting range.
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    Mike wrote:
    You all need to organize some events in public areas at unincorporated areas where the county has not banned shooting - that way folks can legally refuse polce load checks and carry loaded if they want.
    Technically we can refuse the loaded checks anyway. At that time it gives them PC to arrest, but once they clear the weapon they no longer have that PC and must release.

    And it might even do better for us because at that point they have turned an allowed "inspection" into a detention and search. Of course I don't condone this action until after incorporation.

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    chewy352 wrote:
    coolusername2007 wrote:
    We have had an LOC event, it was our 4th Monthly meeting I believe.* Although I couldn't make it due to being sick, I understand all had an exceptional time shooting and fully exercising their rights the way our founders intended.
    That was alot of fun but we really need to LOC in a town instead of a shooting range.
    When the weather warms up, we are planning to do an LOC meet in town in unincorporated Kern county. No discharge ban, therefore 12031 doesn't apply.
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    wewd wrote:
    When the weather warms up, we are planning to do an LOC meet in town in unincorporated Kern county. No discharge ban, therefore 12031 doesn't apply.
    I hate to always bring this up when Kern County is mentioned....but....

    ...always be extremely careful about knowing your location within eastern Kern County. There are place there where you would swear you were in unincorporated territory because there is no visible sign of life for as far as the eye can see. You could infact still be within an incorporated city.

    The prime example is California City, CA - according to Wikipedia, "the city has a total area of 203.6square miles (527km2)"and "Although one of California's smaller cities in terms of population, California City is the third largest city in California by land area (34th in the United States, and 21st when consolidated city-counties are excluded)."



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    mjones wrote:
    wewd wrote:
    When the weather warms up, we are planning to do an LOC meet in town in unincorporated Kern county. No discharge ban, therefore 12031 doesn't apply.
    I hate to always bring this up when Kern County is mentioned....but....

    ...always be extremely careful about knowing your location within eastern Kern County. There are place there where you would swear you were in unincorporated territory because there is no visible sign of life for as far as the eye can see. You could infact still be within an incorporated city.

    The prime example is California City, CA - according to Wikipedia, "the city has a total area of 203.6*square miles (527*km2)"and "Although one of California's smaller cities in terms of population, California City is the third largest city in California by land area (34th in the United States, and 21st when consolidated city-counties are excluded)."

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    Rest assured that we will do our usual thorough research before we settle on a venue. That is one of the reasons why it is being postponed for several months. When we do have solid plans they will be posted in advance for peer review.
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    http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=276304


    Folks, the date has been set for the First Annual UNOFFICIAL "CGN / CGF / UOC" BBQ SUMMIT!!!!!

    What:
    UNOFFICIAL "CGN / CGF / UOC" BBQ SUMMIT

    Date/Time: 3/20/2010, 11am to ????

    Location: Oak's House in Deep East Oakland

    Why: This is an informal event to allow members of the UOC community to interact with CGN and CGF members, with the goal of establishing and furthering constructive dialog. It is also an excuse to drink beer and eat BBQ.

    House Rules:
    To ensure that this event is successful and that everyone has a good time, I have created the following simple rules:


    1) Please answer the poll as to whether you will attend, and near the BBQ date, I will PM you with my actual physical address. Please do not share my address with other people.

    2) This will be a ZERO-drama event. UOC is a hot topic for many people. And the purpose of this BBQ is to create positive dialog, and not create drama. That means that if anyone feels like they want to create drama, they will be politely asked to leave.

    3) I live near a school zone. This means all weapons (not just pistols) must be transported locked (and unloaded). Please use discretion if you will be bringing long guns into my house (i.e., transport the long guns in a a discreet case). For OPSEC reasons, my neighbors do not know I am a gun owner, and I want to keep it that way.

    4) I will supply food and drink, but please also bring something to grill and/or drink and/or snack on. This will ensure that we have plenty of food and drink.

    5) I have a Dogo Argentino / Pit Bull mix. She is good with strangers and children. But she will be interacting with all the guests, and if you have an aversion to large dogs with long teeth and cropped ears, you may feel uncomfortable. . . ALSO - when entering or leaving my house, please make sure that you do not let her out. It will freak out the neighbors, many of whom are very afraid of dogs.

    6) If you will be drinking, I ask that you do not handle any weapons, regardless of whether they are loaded or not.

    7) Parking is weird in East Oakland. The basic rule is that it is very bad form to park directly in front of a house that you do not live in (or are visiting). Therefore, please park in front of my house, or in the driveway. If there are no spots there, try to park in front of an abandoned house, or between the property lines of two houses. Please do not park directly in front of any of my neighbor's houses (I will hear about it later if you do).
    I am looking forward to seeing familiar faces, and meeting new people. This should be a lot of fun!!!


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    Thanks for cross-posting! I've been swamped on this end - hope to see you all there!
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    I have plans in Los Gatos until 3PM on March 20. How late do you think this BBQ will go til?

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    At least till dark!

    5 or 6. . .




    AdnanShahab wrote:
    I have plans in Los Gatos until 3PM on March 20. How late do you think this BBQ will go til?
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    cato wrote:
    http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=276304


    Folks, the date has been set for the First Annual UNOFFICIAL "CGN / CGF / UOC" BBQ SUMMIT!!!!!

    What: UNOFFICIAL "CGN / CGF / UOC" BBQ SUMMIT

    Date/Time: 3/20/2010, 11am to ????

    Location: Oak's House in Deep East Oakland

    Why: This is an informal event to allow members of the UOC community to interact with CGN and CGF members, with the goal of establishing and furthering constructive dialog. It is also an excuse to drink beer and eat BBQ.

    House Rules: To ensure that this event is successful and that everyone has a good time, I have created the following simple rules:


    1) Please answer the poll as to whether you will attend, and near the BBQ date, I will PM you with my actual physical address. Please do not share my address with other people.

    2) This will be a ZERO-drama event. UOC is a hot topic for many people. And the purpose of this BBQ is to create positive dialog, and not create drama. That means that if anyone feels like they want to create drama, they will be politely asked to leave.

    3) I live near a school zone. This means all weapons (not just pistols) must be transported locked (and unloaded). Please use discretion if you will be bringing long guns into my house (i.e., transport the long guns in a a discreet case). For OPSEC reasons, my neighbors do not know I am a gun owner, and I want to keep it that way.

    4) I will supply food and drink, but please also bring something to grill and/or drink and/or snack on. This will ensure that we have plenty of food and drink.

    5) I have a Dogo Argentino / Pit Bull mix. She is good with strangers and children. But she will be interacting with all the guests, and if you have an aversion to large dogs with long teeth and cropped ears, you may feel uncomfortable. . . ALSO - when entering or leaving my house, please make sure that you do not let her out. It will freak out the neighbors, many of whom are very afraid of dogs.

    6) If you will be drinking, I ask that you do not handle any weapons, regardless of whether they are loaded or not.

    7) Parking is weird in East Oakland. The basic rule is that it is very bad form to park directly in front of a house that you do not live in (or are visiting). Therefore, please park in front of my house, or in the driveway. If there are no spots there, try to park in front of an abandoned house, or between the property lines of two houses. Please do not park directly in front of any of my neighbor's houses (I will hear about it later if you do).
    I am looking forward to seeing familiar faces, and meeting new people. This should be a lot of fun!!!
    LOL, "try to park in front of an abandoned house", could we just take one of these over and make it a rave?

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    cato wrote:
    cato wrote:
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    7) Parking is weird in East Oakland. The basic rule is that it is very bad form to park directly in front of a house that you do not live in (or are visiting). Therefore, please park in front of my house, or in the driveway. If there are no spots there, try to park in front of an abandoned house, or between the property lines of two houses. Please do not park directly in front of any of my neighbor's houses (I will hear about it later if you do).
    I am looking forward to seeing familiar faces, and meeting new people. This should be a lot of fun!!!
    LOL, "try to park in front of an abandoned house", could we just take one of these over and make it a rave?

    looking forward to some good times!



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