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Old February 26, 2013, 01:22 AM   #41
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It's very likely the Tenth Circuit realized they weren't dealing with honest traders and didn't want to allow their court to be used for tainted motives
While I don't discount that, and I'm just a layman, there are some incongruities between what it was reported the 10th did, and what the Supreme Court laid down as guidelines- i.e. Rational Basis...

Really? I'd think most gun owners would, of course, prefer open carry.
Not me. I'd rather the general public not know what I have, or where I keep it. Not to say I think I should need a permit for it... I don't quite understand why any given person is trusted to own a gun, but not to legally lug the thing around. If you can't trust the guy to walk down the Dollar General with it, how can you trust them to have it period?
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