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(Click On Detroit)   Bad: You were arrested for possessing a concealed weapon. Good: You're released on a personal bond with the condition that you not possess any firearm. Fail: You then shoot a music video showing you waving around a loaded handgun and post it online   (clickondetroit.com) divider line
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2021-03-04 11:56:03 PM  
Yeah but it wasn't a REAL one.
 
2021-03-05 12:09:57 AM  
Except for those other guns (including stolen guns) that were found after a search.

In other words: he's a farking moron.
 
2021-03-05 12:24:31 AM  
I will take "Things Joe Exotic Would Do Right Now if He Were a Free Man" for $2,000, Alex.
 
2021-03-05 12:30:13 AM  
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2021-03-05 12:31:20 AM  
Ya know, I realize these folk aren't exactly what you'd call 'bright,' but you could easily dress up an airsoft gun and no one would know the difference with the quality video equipment I'm sure they had. Not having stolen guns is also a wise decision, but at least understand plausible deniability.
 
2021-03-05 5:25:38 AM  
Is this article about David Crosby too?
 
2021-03-05 5:55:56 AM  
Setting aside the possession of stolen property, I can't wait until we live in a country where possessing a concealed firearm, absent any other illegal behavior, is no longer a crime.

We're getting there, I think we're up to 17 states now that are "Constitutional Carry", but it should be all 50 states, DC, and our possessions overseas.
 
2021-03-05 7:44:10 AM  

GodComplex: Ya know, I realize these folk aren't exactly what you'd call 'bright,' but you could easily dress up an airsoft gun and no one would know the difference with the quality video equipment I'm sure they had. Not having stolen guns is also a wise decision, but at least understand plausible deniability.


And you could still have a hell of a time.  Even being photographed with replica weapons as a felon WILL get you dragged in and you're going to be spending a lot of time proving that that was indeed a fake.  You will get your house/wherever associated with you searched, If they determine you used this photo/video as a threat of some kind towards someone, then you've got another charge because if the viewer doesn't know it's a fake, you're still gonna get charged as if it were real and an equivalent threat was made.  Just plain don't even do it, not even close.  I don't care if it's a squirt gun that's bright pink and Hello Kitty shaped, it is not farking worth the hassle.

/why yes, I have seen what happens
//friend that was in a video some guys took hunting that got to his parole officer
///held a replica civil war era rifle for some still pics... yeah that was 5 months of hell for him
////and he wasn't even a violent felon or anything - white collar theft 'cause he was in love with the crack pipe at the time. He still almost ended up back in jail
 
2021-03-05 8:11:46 AM  
to shoot a music video titled "Blow the Extras."


Wasn't that a Ginger Lynn movie from back in the 1980s?
 
2021-03-05 8:26:26 AM  

dittybopper: Setting aside the possession of stolen property, I can't wait until we live in a country where possessing a concealed firearm, absent any other illegal behavior, is no longer a crime.

We're getting there, I think we're up to 17 states now that are "Constitutional Carry", but it should be all 50 states, DC, and our possessions overseas.


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What winning looks like.


I was off by one:  It's now 18 states.
 
2021-03-05 10:09:03 AM  
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2021-03-05 2:17:26 PM  

dittybopper: Setting aside the possession of stolen property, I can't wait until we live in a country where possessing a concealed firearm, absent any other illegal behavior, is no longer a crime.


Arizona has been no-permit CCW for at least a decade.

Other states unfortunately do not have reciprocity.

You can go from "completely legal" to "committing a felony" by just stepping over the state line into California.
 
2021-03-05 3:31:17 PM  

studebaker hoch: dittybopper: Setting aside the possession of stolen property, I can't wait until we live in a country where possessing a concealed firearm, absent any other illegal behavior, is no longer a crime.

Arizona has been no-permit CCW for at least a decade.

Other states unfortunately do not have reciprocity.

You can go from "completely legal" to "committing a felony" by just stepping over the state line into California.


I have my WA permit....it's recognized in Idaho but not Oregon.  Oh well.
 
2021-03-06 6:25:02 AM  

The_Sponge: studebaker hoch: dittybopper: Setting aside the possession of stolen property, I can't wait until we live in a country where possessing a concealed firearm, absent any other illegal behavior, is no longer a crime.

Arizona has been no-permit CCW for at least a decade.

Other states unfortunately do not have reciprocity.

You can go from "completely legal" to "committing a felony" by just stepping over the state line into California.

I have my WA permit....it's recognized in Idaho but not Oregon.  Oh well.


I think if you have a permit all other states should recognize it like they do with drivers licenses.

Of course, those who say you should be required to have a license to own guns (not just carry) don't want that, even though they compare it to a drivers license.
 
2021-03-06 6:27:33 AM  

Some Junkie Cosmonaut: GodComplex: Ya know, I realize these folk aren't exactly what you'd call 'bright,' but you could easily dress up an airsoft gun and no one would know the difference with the quality video equipment I'm sure they had. Not having stolen guns is also a wise decision, but at least understand plausible deniability.

And you could still have a hell of a time.  Even being photographed with replica weapons as a felon WILL get you dragged in and you're going to be spending a lot of time proving that that was indeed a fake.  You will get your house/wherever associated with you searched, If they determine you used this photo/video as a threat of some kind towards someone, then you've got another charge because if the viewer doesn't know it's a fake, you're still gonna get charged as if it were real and an equivalent threat was made.  Just plain don't even do it, not even close.  I don't care if it's a squirt gun that's bright pink and Hello Kitty shaped, it is not farking worth the hassle.

/why yes, I have seen what happens
//friend that was in a video some guys took hunting that got to his parole officer
///held a replica civil war era rifle for some still pics... yeah that was 5 months of hell for him
////and he wasn't even a violent felon or anything - white collar theft 'cause he was in love with the crack pipe at the time. He still almost ended up back in jail


That's wrong too.

Losing your gun rights because of a non-violent felony is wrong.  No one has yet adequately explain to me why a person like Martha Stewart is such a threat to society that she should never be allowed to touch a gun ever again.
 
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