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    Redondo Beach Pier Open Carry Walk for Education

    http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php...568378&index=1

    Redondo Beach Pier Open Carry Walk for Education

    Redondo Beach Pier Shopping Center, Redondo Beach, CA

    Come join South Bay Open Carry as we educate the public at the Redondo Beach Pier about the right to open carry a firearm in CA! We'll pass out fliers, talk with people, then have lunch together!

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    Thumbs up

    Will be there.

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    open carry in redondo beach

    Quote Originally Posted by AngryBeaver View Post
    Will be there.
    yep I will be there too http://www.southbayopencarry.org/

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    Exclamation Open holster event

    Hi everyone,
    There is a lot of back story but the short of it is that the city recently "determined" the pier to be parkland (despite massive evidence to the contrary).
    Therefore, to avoid legal battles (unless you want to foot the legal bill) I have recommended that everyone open holster the event and not bring firearms onto the pier.
    I've updated details on the website here: http://www.southbayopencarry.org/

    Again, its ultimately your personal decision as to whether you open carry, LCC, open holster, or just show up unarmed. I still encourage everyone to come more than ever to educate the public about the failures of gun control and infringements of our rights.

    --Harley

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    Quote Originally Posted by hgreen View Post
    Therefore, to avoid legal battles (unless you want to foot the legal bill) I have recommended that everyone open holster the event and not bring firearms onto the pier.
    Very lame. DEFENSOR more than amply proved that the pier isn't anything special. The mere argument that a wooden structure that people fish from is a parkland is absolutely ridiculous. Parks have trees and grass in them for crying out loud!

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    If someone has money they'd like to spend on legal fees then open carry!

    The rest of us will do our best to spread the word how we can within the law (unjust as it is).

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