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Old 08-18-2015, 04:03 PM
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Re: Peaceful Rallies in Ferguson Give Way to Violence, Gunfire

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That would be against the law. To carry a firearm you must be the registered owner of that firearm.

So nobody can arm them but themselves without it being illegal.

I hope it backfires and they shoot some unarmed black guy with them.
That's not true. Gun doesn't have to be registered to the person carrying it, only the person has to be registered to be able to conceal a weapon, but with open carry you do not need a license nor be the registered owner of the gun. 'Merica

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ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Protesters in the St. Charles area shut down Interstate 70 in both directions at the Blanchette Bridge during the Monday evening commute
KMOX’s Captain Rodger Brand in Stifel Airborne One was over the scene as it unfolded

The group of protesters placed yellow boxes on the highway, spray painted with the words “Ferguson is everywhere.”
They were also chanting “This is what democracy looks like.”

I would give them the Gas

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Old 08-19-2015, 12:41 AM
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That's not true. Gun doesn't have to be registered to the person carrying it, only the person has to be registered to be able to conceal a weapon, but with open carry you do not need a license nor be the registered owner of the gun. 'Merica
That's true in most open carry states. I'm not sure about Missouri. But when I lived in New York (for a very brief time) you could only carry the weapon that you registered to carry. Many states are different on their laws. In some states if you get stopped by police, they can confiscate unregistered guns in your possession.

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