Dave Workman | 1 Jan 23:43 2012
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Brief demolishes Seattle's Supreme Court request

SAF brief delivers New Year’s haymaker to Seattle in case with national implications 

 While many in Seattle woke up with headaches Sunday morning in a new year filled with more challenge than
“hope and change,” attorneys for the Second Amendment Foundation, National Rifle Association, two
other groups and five citizens may be giving the city another headache in a case with national implications.

http://www.examiner.com/gun-rights-in-seattle/saf-brief-demolishes-seattle-s-supreme-court-review-request

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Dave Workman | 2 Jan 17:41 2012
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Mount Rainier shooting opens door for agenda pandering

Mount Rainier shooting opens door for agenda pandering

 Four people shot in Skyway and hours later, the same “person of interest” is allegedly involved in the
slaying of a Mount Rainier National Park ranger, and in the aftermath, a debate is erupting over a 2010 law
that allowed private citizens to carry loaded firearms in national parks in accordance with the laws of
the state in which the park is located.

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Dewayne Garrett | 3 Jan 02:02 2012
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Re: Mount Rainier shooting opens door for agenda pandering

I am sure that if there had been a sign prohibiting firearms at the entrance 
of the park,  He would have turned around and left!  I can not believe that 
some idiots
are allowed to write columns.  Dave, keep us posted on how this plays out.
Dewayne

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Subject: [concealed] Mount Rainier shooting opens door for agenda pandering

Mount Rainier shooting opens door for agenda pandering

Four people shot in Skyway and hours later, the same “person of interest” is 
allegedly involved in the slaying of a Mount Rainier National Park ranger, 
and in the aftermath, a debate is erupting over a 2010 law that allowed 
private citizens to carry loaded firearms in national parks in accordance 
with the laws of the state in which the park is located.

http://www.examiner.com/gun-rights-in-seattle/mount-rainier-shooting-opens-door-for-agenda-pandering

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Jim Butterfield | 3 Jan 02:22 2012
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Re: Mount Rainier shooting opens door for agenda pandering

 A body suspected to be the shooter has been found.... And yes no laws would have prevented this tradegy
jim

--- On Mon, 1/2/12, Dewayne Garrett <ldgat@...> wrote:

From: Dewayne Garrett <ldgat@...>
Subject: Re: [concealed] Mount Rainier shooting opens door for agenda pandering
To: concealed@...
Date: Monday, January 2, 2012, 5:02 PM

I am sure that if there had been a sign prohibiting firearms at the entrance 
of the park,  He would have turned around and left!  I can not believe that 
some idiots
are allowed to write columns.  Dave, keep us posted on how this plays out.
Dewayne

-----Original Message----- 
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Sent: Monday, January 02, 2012 11:41 AM
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Subject: [concealed] Mount Rainier shooting opens door for agenda pandering

Mount Rainier shooting opens door for agenda pandering

Four people shot in Skyway and hours later, the same “person of interest” is 
allegedly involved in the slaying of a Mount Rainier National Park ranger, 
and in the aftermath, a debate is erupting over a 2010 law that allowed 
private citizens to carry loaded firearms in national parks in accordance 
with the laws of the state in which the park is located.

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Dave Workman | 3 Jan 16:04 2012
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RE: Mount Rainier shooting opens door for agenda pandering

GUARANTEED, Dewayne!

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Subject: Re: [concealed] Mount Rainier shooting opens door for agenda pandering

I am sure that if there had been a sign prohibiting firearms at the entrance of the park,  He would have turned
around and left!  I can not believe that some idiots are allowed to write columns.  Dave, keep us posted on how
this plays out.
Dewayne

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geoff beneze | 3 Jan 21:07 2012

Re: NY Council admits: 'Our gun laws are too strict'


On Dec 30, 2011, at 4:46 PM, Dallas Richardson wrote:

> You are partially correct in your statement about felons carrying and possessing firearms..
> I some of the Western states, An ex-felon and ex-convict can go hunting big game and posses, buy and own
firearms as long as that felony did NOT include the possession and use of a firearm in committing the
felony,, and get a big game license leagally... Which a lot of people do not realize...

What states are those? 

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Mack Greer | 3 Jan 21:14 2012
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RE: NY Council admits: 'Our gun laws are too strict'


In Arizona the law allows for a felon to appeal to the courts to reinstate all civil rights after he has
completed his full sentence.In most cases the reinstatement of rights is granted. The trick is the FBI
will not remove them from the list of prohibited possessors making the purchase of a weapon problematic.
To: concealed@...
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Date: Tue, 3 Jan 2012 13:07:55 -0700
Subject: Re: [concealed] NY Council admits: 'Our gun laws are too strict'

On Dec 30, 2011, at 4:46 PM, Dallas Richardson wrote:

> You are partially correct in your statement about felons carrying and possessing firearms..

> I some of the Western states, An ex-felon and ex-convict can go hunting big game and posses, buy and own
firearms as long as that felony did NOT include the possession and use of a firearm in committing the
felony,, and get a big game license leagally... Which a lot of people do not realize...

What states are those? 

   		 	   		  

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geoff beneze | 3 Jan 21:18 2012

Re: NY Council admits: 'Our gun laws are too strict'


On Jan 3, 2012, at 1:14 PM, Mack Greer wrote:

> In Arizona the law allows for a felon to appeal to the courts to reinstate all civil rights after he has
completed his full sentence.In most cases the reinstatement of rights is granted. The trick is the FBI
will not remove them from the list of prohibited possessors making the purchase of a weapon problematic.

having the record expunged isn't quite the same thing. However, the right to appeal, I believe, if common,
not just restricted to here.
--
Geoff Beneze
Tempe, AZ
NRA Life Member
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--Mark Twain

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Dave Workman | 3 Jan 23:12 2012
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Gun owners step forward for slain ranger's family

Stepping forward for a 'Fallen Ranger' - a gun rights forum

   While gun prohibitionists tried to exploit the New Year's Day slaying of a Mount Rainier National Park
ranger, a Seattle-based gun rights forum is already working to set up a memorial fund for Ranger Margaret
Anderson's family.

http://www.examiner.com/gun-rights-in-seattle/stepping-forward-for-a-fallen-ranger-a-gun-rights-forum

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Dallas Richardson | 4 Jan 02:44 2012
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Re: NY Council admits: 'Our gun laws are too strict'

Utah, Colo.Nev. to name three
As long as the ex-fellon has been clean  for a period of seven years and has NEVER been  convicted of a gun
crime,mentally stable,no child or spouse abuse and a coupe of other
 things can  apply  and recieve a CCW
Dallas  IMAX 1340

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Sent: Tuesday, January 3, 2012 1:07 PM
Subject: Re: [concealed] NY Council admits: 'Our gun laws are too strict'

  

On Dec 30, 2011, at 4:46 PM, Dallas Richardson wrote:

> You are partially correct in your statement about felons carrying and possessing firearms..
> I some of the Western states, An ex-felon and ex-convict can go hunting big game and posses, buy and own
firearms as long as that felony did NOT include the possession and use of a firearm in committing the
felony,, and get a big game license leagally... Which a lot of people do not realize...

What states are those? 

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