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Discussion in 'Guns - Blackpowder' started by Fishmaster1203, Jan 26, 2009.
Done did but thanks for the heads up just the same.
Thanks Paul....I voted " YES ".:crazy:
Got my YES vote in. Thanks!!
I think you can vote as many times as you like. :big_smile:
Got a few in!! LOL
YES & more YES. What good it will do i don't know but i dang sure say YES.
Got my hell ya vote in, it was 97% yes vote just now.
Yep, doesn't seem to be much question about it in the minds of the respondents.
I was suprized that "yes":cool2: is so far ahead of "no"
A southerner has got to say YES on that one:smile2:
yes was my vote going back for more:smile2:
Its common since what the second ammendment says but, you always have the anti gun idiots wanting to get it re-read. If someone ever tried to take the guns away from the american people as individuals we would have havoc across the nation, they need to leave the guns alone and punish the people that abuse them illegally, not the ones that follow the law and the constitution.
The politicians haven't cast there vote yet....LOL:smile2:
I think that might be about right........"havoc cometh".oooh:
I like those results.
Doesn't surprise me since...
There are 40 Right-to-Carry states. Thirty-six have shall issue laws, requiring that carry permits be issued to applicants who meet uniform standards established by the state legislature. Three have fairly-administered discretionary-issue carry permit systems. One, Vermont, respects the right to carry without a permit. Alaska, one of the shall issue states, has its permit system for the purpose of permit-reciprocity with other states, and also adopted a no-permit-required law in 2003.
There are 10 non-RTC states. Eight have restrictively-administered discretionary-issue systems. Only twoIllinois and Wisconsinhave no permit system and prohibit carrying.
Another yes vote posted. 97% yes so far with alot of votes posted.
Thank guy!! Gave it my yes vote.
did my part. 97% yes rt now. thats actually not surprising. the vast majority of citizens support the 2nd, but the anti's are more vocal for the most part
I voted also. Still 97 percent in favor.