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I'm only responsible for what I SAY, not for what YOU UNDERSTAND.
Here's my question: Where could you openly carry? What would be the point? Most businesses prohibit firearms. Certainly, athletic events, concerts, etc., do as well, as the story pointed out. So basically, wouldn't you still be limited to walking down the street with your Glock on your hip?
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Here's another question. If your car broke down in, let's say, a bad part of Little Rock, and you had to walk a mile to the nearest gas station, would you like to be able to legally carry a firearm with you on that journey ?
From NEA to NWA.
Get a conceal carry license. Go through the process.
That's a good point that I didn't think of, 1st, and sure I would. But under the law, I wouldn't be able to openly carry it if I lived in Pulaski County, unless I'm misreading it.
This post was edited by R Turbeville 11 months ago
Then let's substitute any other bad place in the state for Pulaski County.
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