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chances R

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  1. Watched an interesting video of a commercial reloader who did pressure and chrono measurements of spp, mspp, and srp....no significant changes in any of the parameters. fyi...your milage may vary.
  2. THIS ^^ Unless you can change hearts Unless you can change the 'snitch' mind-set Unless you can change the drug/gang alure We will continue to morph into a Chicago/Memphis/Nashville situation
  3. All original HCP were 'renamed' ECP. Those two interchangable terms are the only lifetime permits issued.
  4. You got the parks and greenways. Employees that carry at schools have to have an ECP. I will assume National Forest and Parks, but like you, haven't seen it in writing. Would anticipate businesses having 'carry by permit only' signs as some do now.
  5. very common practice with trap shooters......if done, always with the action locked back, or a break action gun open. Both done with an unloaded gun.
  6. your mix would be a good late season dove load, or early pheasant load.
  7. Off the top of my head, No Reciprocity with other states. If an employee of a state public university, have to have the ECP. Would expect private schools to continue to require ECP policies. There may be some issue with 'guns in trunk' law, will have to see how that shakes out. I have heard that Const. Carry may not be allowed in National Parks. Lot to learn and differentiate by July 1.
  8. Having taken several legal seminars as well as subscribing to Branca, there has always been a designation between force and deadly force. Would not trust the language in this bill as it is written to include deadly force unless specified.
  9. I've shot enough to wear out a Rem 1100 and a Benelli SBE, as well having to replace a locking bolt on a Browning O/U. The pumps mentioned are good guns and will last a long time. For my money I would go with the Benelli SBE II. It will be versatile and with a 26" barrel be suitable for all the clays games as well as birds, to include turkeys.
  10. worriedman brought up HB0025 in the Const. Carry discussion. I have read the summary to that bill. It is my understanding that this only covers "force", which is different than "deadly force" and therefore has little bearing on the situation if one uses a firearm in self-defense. If that is the case, an Amendment would be in order to include "deadly force".
  11. Yes, something as important as life and death you are going to learn at the library....just like learning to fish at the library. Unrealistic
  12. Unfortunately not all have that resource, especially in single parent families. Basic firearm safety would be an excellent exposure. We have the scholastic shooting teams, wouldn't be a stretch to do a little safety series.
  13. OF COURSE, ends with people interference. Wild boar are an exotic, environmentally damaging creature that the Park Service tries to control and eliminate. Smoky is simply combining his fire fighting job with pig elimination.
  14. Additionally, I never ever said the permit courses adequately train individuals but it is a start....and unfortunately a start and a finish combined for way too many.

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