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Everything Else / Re: Not Qualified!!!
« Last post by M1911A1 on March 21, 2018, 09:47:37 PM »
I tend to think that it had more to do with the draft than with the way they would vote...

That was the cynical part.
That was the propaganda that we were fed, in order to get us to vote it in.
But the truth is that there are lots of things that children too young to vote were called upon to do, hard labor in coal mines being only one of them.

In New York as I was growing up, I could legally drink alcoholic beverages long before I could vote.
(That has now changed.)
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Everything Else / Re: Not Qualified!!!
« Last post by NorCalChuck on March 21, 2018, 07:02:50 PM »
I tend to think that it had more to do with the draft than with the way they would vote.
If they could go into the military than they could vote.
At least that is what I recall . . . . . but I have been wrong before.
I can't remember when but I must have at sometime or another!!!!!
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Thanks, Gary.
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Everything Else / Re: Not Qualified!!!
« Last post by M1911A1 on March 21, 2018, 12:40:29 PM »
I believe that the majority of today's 17 to 20 year-old snowflakes are NOT mentally qualified to be in the armed forces and most definitely NOT qualified to vote. In fact, I believe that the voting age should be raised to 25 and in some case to 30, to allow the young people adaquate time to gain real life experience away from their commie teachers and college professors.

I also agree with this.
It was a terrible error to permit 18-year-olds to vote.
It was a cynical move by the US Legislature to arrange for more Democrat votes, since the young tend toward being Progressives (until they gain some maturity, and thereby see the truth).
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Everything Else / Re: Not Qualified!!!
« Last post by oldranger53 on March 20, 2018, 11:47:16 PM »
I believe that the majority of today's 17 to 20 year-old snowflakes are NOT mentally qualified to be in the armed forces and most definitely NOT qualified to vote. In fact, I believe that the voting age should be raised to 25 and in some case to 30, to allow the young people adaquate time to gain real life experience away from their commie teachers and college professors.
Yeah.
What he said!
Perhaps even 40!

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Everything Else / Re: Kroger Making You Safe!!!
« Last post by NorCalChuck on March 20, 2018, 06:51:31 PM »
"Anyway, I pick and choose my battles and try not let my ego overrule my common sense."
That says it all . . . .
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It has been a good while since I have posted an update. The 4th quarter of is usually slow for new laws being passed. Some take affect at that time but those were passed many months back and I posted that info. The new year brought many of the State Legislatures together and there are many bills being considered. We will try to keep you informed of those that pass.  Handgunlaw.us would appreciate a heads up on any firearm laws that pass and become law. Sometimes it can be very difficult to keep up with all of them. admins@handgunlaw.us

Minnesota has updated the list of states that they will honor. They have Dropped Nevada and have added West Virginia (Reg Permit) to their listing.  On the MN DPS website  just below their listing of states whose permits they honor they state why they dropped NV.
https://dps.mn.gov/divisions/bca/bca-divisions/administrative/pages/permit-to-carry-reciprocity.aspx

Delaware has added Kansas to the list of states it will honor.  You can see that here:  https://attorneygeneral.delaware.gov/criminal/concealed-carry-deadly-weapons-ccdw/   Kansas is now honored by all states that have reciprocity in their statutes. A Kansas Resident can legally carry in 40 states counting their own.  Residents of Michigan and North Dakota residents with a Class 1 Permit can also carry in 40 states. 30 other states residents can carry in 30 or more states on their states permit/license.  If you want to see a listing of what states honor your state or any states permit you can view it here:  http://www.handgunlaw.us/states/USStatesThatHonorMyPermit.pdf

South Dakota has passed HB 1083 http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1083&Session=2018   South Dakota already has a Regular, Gold and Enhanced Permit system. They went with the Enhanced to get more reciprocity and the Gold to be NICS exempt. Now they will issue a Restricted Enhanced Permit. The same requirements to obtain either but the Restricted Enhanced will be issued to those 18-21 and changing the Enhanced to be only available to those 21 or older. Other states have gone with Enhanced types permits to obtain more reciprocity for their permits and to keep costs down for residents who donít want that extra reciprocity.  This change has a good chance of adding New Mexico and Washington to states that honor South Dakota. That will give them all the states that will honor other states for a total of 40 counting SD.

Wyoming -  July 1 HB168  http://legisweb.state.wy.us/2018/Enroll/HB0168.pdf  takes effect.  Governor let it become law without his signature.  This bill expands where a person can be (Stand Your Ground) and doesnít have to retreat if attacked.  It also has some immunity from Civil Actions. The link above will let you read the bill as passed showing the additions and words struck from the existing Self Defense Statutes.
Also effective July 1 Wyoming statutes will no longer state Houses of Worship will be off limits to those with a Permit/License to Carry.  This will allow Churches to have security teams without the states OK to carry in their Church.  They also can post their Churches if they wish. HB141.    http://legisweb.state.wy.us/2018/bills/HB0141.pdf

www.handgunlaw.us will be updated in the next 48 hours with the changes that take effect now and later if the law change has an effective date.
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Everything Else / Re: Business Owner's Discretion?
« Last post by RayMich on March 20, 2018, 01:59:00 PM »
My opinion, if at the age of say between 18-20 is to young to own Or purchase a firearm, then everyone between that age, should refuse to join the ARMED forces!
I agree completely!
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Everything Else / Re: Not Qualified!!!
« Last post by RayMich on March 20, 2018, 01:51:37 PM »
I believe that the majority of today's 17 to 20 year-old snowflakes are NOT mentally qualified to be in the armed forces and most definitely NOT qualified to vote. In fact, I believe that the voting age should be raised to 25 and in some case to 30, to allow the young people adaquate time to gain real life experience away from their commie teachers and college professors.
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Everything Else / Re: Firearm Confiscation in Florida!
« Last post by RayMich on March 20, 2018, 01:42:47 PM »
All they need is for ANYONE to claim that you are a danger to yourself or others. It could be a vindictive ex-spouse or an angry neighbor. You are considered GUILTY until you are able to prove that you are not a danger to anyone. This could cost tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees and you are not guaranteed that you will ever get back your guns or your 2nd Amendment Rights.

Welcome to Amerika comrades!
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