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    Anyone go to NH?

    Note to the organizing committee: stay away from Weare, NH:

    http://www.unionleader.com/article.a...e-47799c88009e

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    I Used to Be Someone sheridesabeemer's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoxerTwin
    Note to the organizing committee: stay away from Weare, NH:

    http://www.unionleader.com/article.a...e-47799c88009e
    Yeah right they where just minding their business..."came out of no where".

    I know right where Weare is, and its good riding out there. Thankfully no one reads the Union Leader...
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    So,ya think these young ridders tried to hurt or run this truck off the road and got what they diserved? Could be.....I guess.....after all there is good ridding there.I wouldn't read a paper that would report some bull like this either.

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    Nor do I

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    Quote Originally Posted by Statdawg
    I would love to ride three up. Bring Smith & Wesson along for the ride. But then what is the Paul Harvey side of the story ?
    Yeah, show him your gun. That'll work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzkreig
    ...Masaad Ayoob's Lethal Force Institute...
    $5 that guy's on a no-fly list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzkreig
    The idea of being armed is probably not too popular in the Bay area. However, in NH and VT it is rather commonplace. As a long time concealed carry licensee, I have received training at a number of highly reputable venues including Jeff Cooper's Gunsite and Masaad Ayoob's Lethal Force Institute. It would not be uncommon for me to pack a 9mm in my tank bag. This weapon would never be shown. If a weapon is drawn it is only to respond to an immediate threat of severe bodily harm and then used to terminate that threat. Anyone who "shows" a weapon does not understand the proper use of the weapon.
    Exactly.

    California has rather restrictive laws about concealed carry, so it's not common. When I lived in Mass., it wasn't that uncommon, though. My company is based in Texas, where you don't need a permit to carry. I can't decide if that's a good thing or not. On one hand, you can have some partially or poorly trained testosterone case running around with a gun, but on the other hand, it may help keep society polite. I don't know which is true, not living there.

    But if you have a firearm, the best thing you can do is keep that knowledge to yourself, I think.
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