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Concealed carry without permit becomes law in Missouri
« on: September 15, 2016, 11:32:51 pm »
Concealed carry without permit becomes law in Missouri 


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 2016-09-14
 LUCILLE SHERMAN


JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri became the latest state to allow residents to carry a concealed weapon without a permit when lawmakers supported the change Wednesday. Tense debate during the legislature's annual veto override session encompassed themes of race and class as lawmakers clashed over whether to override Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of Senate Bill 656. In the days leading up to the session the debate drew national attention, with organizations on both sides of the issues working to influence lawmakers. Another controversial part of the bill is its "stand your ground" provision, which will allow residents to use deadly force...

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http://www.columbiamissourian.com/news/state_news/concealed-carry-without-permit-becomes-law-in-missouri/article_98f45d98-7a1a-11e6-9316-d785625e8e2d.html

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Re: Concealed carry without permit becomes law in Missouri
« Reply #1 on: December 14, 2016, 11:59:28 pm »
Concealed carry without permit becomes law in Missouri 


Missourian
 2016-09-14
 LUCILLE SHERMAN


JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri became the latest state to allow residents to carry a concealed weapon without a permit when lawmakers supported the change Wednesday. Tense debate during the legislature's annual veto override session encompassed themes of race and class as lawmakers clashed over whether to override Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of Senate Bill 656. In the days leading up to the session the debate drew national attention, with organizations on both sides of the issues working to influence lawmakers. Another controversial part of the bill is its "stand your ground" provision, which will allow residents to use deadly force...

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http://www.columbiamissourian.com/news/state_news/concealed-carry-without-permit-becomes-law-in-missouri/article_98f45d98-7a1a-11e6-9316-d785625e8e2d.html

This is what is meant by the words "...the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be Infringed." It's already the law that the peoples right to self protection is not in the purview or power of government, any government, to regulate or control. This preexisting Right has been protected to the people by our Constitutional covenant and agreed to the very day each state signed onto the Constitution in order to become a state in the first place.

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and most effectual way to enslave them."

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Re: Concealed carry without permit becomes law in Missouri
« Reply #2 on: December 15, 2016, 12:14:39 am »

Same in Idaho.  It became effective last June 2016.  ~Anyone~ can conceal carry without a permit.  Back to completely normal. 

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Re: Concealed carry without permit becomes law in Missouri
« Reply #3 on: December 15, 2016, 01:20:08 am »
When I lived in California you couldn't get a conceal carry license
to save your life.  So, my "license" was my purse!  I figured if
gang bangers and other common criminals could carry without a
license, so could I.   Sure does equalize things,  3 men bent on
no good Vs.  an armed woman,  they get real nice and apologetic
real fast.    All women should conceal carry.   The Constitution should
be good enough in all states to open or conceal carry.   I'm even
thinking next time I'm in a big city getting a leg holster. 


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Re: Concealed carry without permit becomes law in Missouri
« Reply #4 on: December 16, 2016, 03:01:46 am »
Sounds to me like we have a couple of righteously empowered and responsibly formidable ladies posting here...(chuckle)...

Fact is, all firearms laws that rule contrary to the Second Amendment are null and void from their inception and no one is bound to abide by them beyond the individuals own decision to do so. In no way does any government have the power to regulate any lawful activity that is reserved to the People by Right.

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it is, in legal contemplation, as inoperative
as though it had never been passed."

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Norton V. Shelby County
118 U.S. 425, 442

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Re: Concealed carry without permit becomes law in Missouri
« Reply #5 on: December 17, 2016, 03:02:19 am »


Fact is, all firearms laws that rule contrary to the Second Amendment are null and void from their inception and no one is bound to abide by them beyond the individuals own decision to do so. In no way does any government have the power to regulate any lawful activity that is reserved to the People by Right.

Oldyoti

"An Unconstitutional Act is not a law;
it confers no rights; it imposes no duties;
it affords no protection; it creates no office;                                                   
it is, in legal contemplation, as inoperative
as though it had never been passed."

~U.S. Supreme Court,
Norton V. Shelby County
118 U.S. 425, 442



Good reply J.T. Coyote,  I think the government is scared of gun owners.
There aren't many women who like guns, or even want one in the house
for protection.   I think if women had the opportunity to shoot a variety
of guns, handguns and rifles and shotguns in an outdoor setting with
minimal distractions ,  they'd all find the one gun, or rifle,  that they
personally liked, felt confident with and then would purchase one.

The only handgun that didn't work out for me was a .357 Magnum,
Smith and Wesson.  It packed a wallop!    It had a wood grip.  A lot
of guns are made for a man's sized hand.   In my opinion, all guns
are good regardless of their caliber they take.     

I'm like a kid in a candy shop when I go into a gun store, they're all good. 
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