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    Anybody on here go to the Orion Oaks dog park? If anybody want to meet up there to OCfor an hour or so with the dogs let me know.

    I just found this in the rules:

    Section 23. FIREARMS

    No person shall, at any time, bring into or upon the properties

    of the Commission, nor have in their possession, nor discharge

    or set off anywhere upon said properties, a revolver, pistol, shotgun,

    rifle, air rifle, air gun, water gun or any gun, rifle, firearm or

    other weapon that discharges projectiles either by air, explosive

    substance or any other force. Use of these items is prohibited by

    the Commission unless authorized. Provided, however, this section

    shall not apply to any deputy sheriff, police officer, peace officer,

    park officer, park ranger or other duly-appointed law enforcement

    officer while carrying out the duties and responsibilities of their

    position nor to any person while upon designated target ranges or

    areas. Provided further, that this section shall not affect the rights

    of individuals who possess a valid Concealed Pistol License issued

    by the state of their residence.

    http://www.destinationoakland.com/pa.../ocp_rules.pdf

    Page #6

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    Funny that you post this thread right now... I just had a dream that I got a dog, and that's not a common dream for me. Hope you can find someone to go with!
    "You'll be walking along.. OC.. and you'll feel GREAT. You'll feel FREEEEE like 1776 kind of Free." -cscitney87

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    Another example of illegal ordinance. Open carry is legal in a park, not just concealed carry. Just presense of this ordinance on the books is unlawful due to state firearms preemption laws

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    You re correct and I found this as well, I have to give them credit when I pointed it out to them, they had heard of groups like us and were already in process of making the rules change. I just heard from OCP this week and they are in the final stages of approval to officially change this to the way it should be. I am told by the end of April it should be set.

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    MichaelO wrote:
    You re correct and I found this as well, I have to give them credit when I pointed it out to them, they had heard of groups like us and were already in process of making the rules change. I just heard from OCP this week and they are in the final stages of approval to officially change this to the way it should be. I am told by the end of April it should be set.
    That is great news! Thank you for the update.

    Anybody that wants to go next week let me know. I have the week off work and will be around for the most part.

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    sasha601 wrote:
    Another example of illegal ordinance. Open carry is legal in a park, not just concealed carry. Just presense of this ordinance on the books is unlawful due to state firearms preemption laws
    just a quick question, i know this ordinance unlawful but if you were to be ticketed/charged for said ordinance how would one go about fighting it?

    Devery

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    Show the prosecutor Section 123.1102 and tell him to either drop the charges or be prepared to face a counter suit.


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    CoonDog wrote:
    Show the prosecutor Section 123.1102 and tell him to either drop the charges or be prepared to face a counter suit.
    At'll show 'em!

    I doubt any prosecutor would push the issue.

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