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Sad to see no activity anymore.

28kfps

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There was great strides to educated the sheeple what real carry laws are and encouraging training for law enforcement to stop enforcing and using intimidation of nonexistent or their modified versions of laws. Now seeing at least what appears to me changes slowly reversing the gains. Seeing metal detectors now setup on Fremont St. event. From its beginning many decades ago I thought was a public street.
 

color of law

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Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Yes, police are still harassing open carriers. As far a metal detectors on Fremont St. are actually unconstitutional. "No guns" signs have no force of law. Nevada preempts all firearm laws in the state and local authorities can’t have Laws/Ordinances against open carry or conceal carry. NRS 244.364 allows you to sue if they violate your right to carry in the public.
 

BB62

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Aug 17, 2006
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Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
There was great strides to educated the sheeple what real carry laws are and encouraging training for law enforcement to stop enforcing and using intimidation of nonexistent or their modified versions of laws. Now seeing at least what appears to me changes slowly reversing the gains. Seeing metal detectors now setup on Fremont St. event. From its beginning many decades ago I thought was a public street.
Ae you able to act in a way to offset the lack of activity you note?

How about posting some pictures of the offending signage or activities? What about doing some records requests?

Even if you're not able or willing to challenge things head-on, how about taking some steps to more fully expose just exactly *what* is going on?
 

MSG Laigaie

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Jan 10, 2011
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Philipsburg, Montana
When I was active in Washington State, I spent a great deal of time here. Activism was prime and the People loved the 2A. Then the bickering, over minutia at times, started to drive folks off. Hell, even John does not travel here often any more.
Now I live in FA (Free America) where people do not ask, "Why are you wearing a gun?", they ask "Why aren't you wearing your gun?" Only a few transplants still complain, but they always leave after the first winter.
 
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