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National Park Decision due soon

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Fisherman_48768, Nov 6, 2008.

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  1. Fisherman_48768

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    I find this hard to believe, but then I see who apparently compiled the comments we all sent in.

    http://www.thenewstribune.com/adventure/story/530027.html

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  2. Zebraranger

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    I just find that hard to believe, the majority are against lifting the restrictions? What a bunch of crap.
     
  3. Pilot

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    ***? I dislike the National Park Service because they think they own the parks, not us. I am sure they will deny us our Constitutional right. :mad:
     
  4. Fisherman_48768

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    I forgot to add: Anybody wonder why the decision was withheld until after the election???
     
  5. Doc Savage

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    Actually this thing is EXTREMELY common with the NPS. Most times those passionate about access (in this case weapons) in the NPS get buried with opposing comments during the NEPA comment process. Happens all the time with OHV access. Problem is most folks who actually USE the outdoors are independant types and don't get involved, or are too busy trying to make a living and have a family life that they don't get around to it. Groups like the NPCA and Sierra Club seem to have tons of folks who have unlimited time on their hands and they can't wait to fill out the little post cards that say don't let anything in, and you get tons of those returned as comments.

    Robert
     
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    What a load of crap.

    So I guess they'd like to argue that everyone on Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, or Fish and Wildlife Service lands are all in danger from CCW holders? Oh Noes!!!11!1!!

    Park Service needs to get their crap together.
     
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    Dang. That's not good.


    I wanted to hear about a ruling soon, but obviously a pro-Constitution ruling.



    Remember that person who got chomped by the bear earlier this year in the park?


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  8. BHP FAN

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    Send lawyers guns and money...
     
  9. 22-rimfire

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    Welcome to the Obama's world. Yes, I know this predates the election. But, the point is they are seeing that the "majority" support no change in regulation.

    If it does not change now, it will likely never change. It will only get more restrictive in the future.
     
  10. Sean Dempsey

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    I tend to bring my weapon into national parks, and just not tell the Rangers.

    Works well.
     
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    Hate to say it, but I'd rather be judged by 12 than eaten alive by a bear.
     
  12. Fisherman_48768

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    I thought that BO was all about change, change this, change that change everything as it is now. Well so much for real change afteral.
     
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    Oh, don't you worry. There's going to be changes in laws, regs, and rules. Lots of change.
     
  14. 22-rimfire

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    Change! I want Change! We're in for it now. Obama and Biden changes are not what I'm looking for.
     
  15. Rmart30

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    I gotta agree on that..... I will take my chances.
     
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    What are the actual legal penalties for carrying in the national parks? Is it different to each park, or a single federal charge of some sort? Felony? Simply thrown out of the park? Something inbetween?
     
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