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  • Granite Coming Down All Over the Place!

    "Gary - US" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    "Chas" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    "Peacenik" <[email protected] AfterItcom> wrote
    No. It is the right of PEOPLE who are members of a government-regulated militia. It specifically says that a WELL-REGULATED MILITIA, not random, armed private citizens, is what is necessary for the secutriy of the
    nation. Not at all. You mistake the use of the word 'regulated'. It does not mean
    administrated
    by the government, it means well-tuned/equipped. Consider the clock of the name 'Regulator'; that's the proper use of the word. The militia was the body of citizenry; well-armed and equipped. Nothing to do with being administrated by the government; that's silly.
    Exactly. What in the hell would be the point of a "government" regulated militia to protect the people from the government? How ludacrisp.
    Regulated means *controlled*, and I have no idea
    who would do the controlling if not the government.
    Perhaps they are mean State verses Federal Government.

    *Amendment II*
    A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security
    of a free state, the right of the people to keep and
    bear arms, shall not be infringed.

    It does seem to me that the purpose of this amendment
    is to allow individuals to keep weapons so that if the
    security of their state is threatened, they can quickly
    form a regulated militia. Not only that it seem that the founders
    are worried about the power of the federal government itself.

    However we have already fought a civil war, and an armed insurrection
    against the US today would be treason.

    What is clear is that citizens of the United States have the right
    to own guns. I think laws requiring waiting periods and felony
    checks do not violate that right. What the National Rifle
    Associations fears is that control laws will lead to limits,
    which is against the constitution.

    Larry

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    • Granite Coming Down All Over the Place!

      "Gary - US" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
      "Lawrence Seib" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected] om...
      "Gary - US" <[email protected]> wrote in message
      news:<[email protected]>... Strictly target practice and family protection of course. But what business is it of yours? And I will be one of the first in line next month to put in for my conceal and carry permit.
      I assume you are talking about a Missouri law. I am
      from Kansas, so I do not know too much about this.

      Want to hear a funny story. At the University of Kansas,
      some history teacher brought an antique rifle to class as
      a demonstration, and carried it through the building to get it there.
      Well, security was called, and the building was nearly
      evacuated during the ensuing panic. Later editorials
      were written, one of them suggested that he should have
      concealed the weapon. This was ironic of coarse, because
      concealing the weapon would have been against the law.

      Larry

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      • Granite Coming Down All Over the Place!


        "Lawrence Seib" <[email protected]> wrote in message
        news:[email protected] om...
        "Gary - US" <[email protected]> wrote in message
        news:<[email protected]>...
        "Lawrence Seib" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected] om...
        "Gary - US" <[email protected]> wrote in message
        news:<[email protected]>... Strictly target practice and family protection of course. But what
        business
        is it of yours? And I will be one of the first in line next month to
        put in
        for my conceal and carry permit. I assume you are talking about a Missouri law. I am from Kansas, so I do not know too much about this. Want to hear a funny story. At the University of Kansas, some history teacher brought an antique rifle to class as a demonstration, and carried it through the building to get it there. Well, security was called, and the building was nearly evacuated during the ensuing panic. Later editorials were written, one of them suggested that he should have concealed the weapon. This was ironic of coarse, because concealing the weapon would have been against the law. Larry
        HAHA....that is a funny one. I have heard similar stories in the past. And
        yes, I am referring to the Missouri law.

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        Gary-US MCNGP #20 & retired Jarhead

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