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    1. CVA Paramount Pro .45 long range Muzzleloader
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      For sale CVA Paramount Pro .45 long range Muzzleloader

      Selling my CVA Paramount Pro .45 long range Muzzleloader. Selling because I have 2 and only need 1. Very accurate long range muzzleloader here. I have pack of power belt ELR bullets to go with it. Everything the gun came with, you will get. Also has an upgraded Arrowhead precision muzzle brake...
      $1,450.00
    2. crazycarl7

      Active LEO in full uniform asked to remove firearm (Medstar urgent care)

      You would think it would not be that difficult to understand.
    3. crazycarl7

      Active LEO in full uniform asked to remove firearm (Medstar urgent care)

      I agree and disagree. I do believe that no matter what you do for a living you should have equal protection, however, an officer in uniform, whether working or on their way home from work, has more of a target on their back. This event was a virtue signaling escapade by a hospital system that is...
    4. crazycarl7

      Active LEO in full uniform asked to remove firearm (Medstar urgent care)

      Still irrelevant. We are talking about walking into a Medstar facility in general. Not getting an MRI with a firearm. This policy is about the employees “feeling” safe. Just like SB1, and Mongomery county bill. It’s the perceived “FEELING” of safety.
    5. crazycarl7

      Active LEO in full uniform asked to remove firearm (Medstar urgent care)

      Why TF are we discussing MRI machines.
    6. crazycarl7

      Active LEO in full uniform asked to remove firearm (Medstar urgent care)

      Thanks for the follow up, unfortunately this is where we are headed and it will go even further
    7. crazycarl7

      Active LEO in full uniform asked to remove firearm (Medstar urgent care)

      The fact that we are splitting hairs on this is the problem, the fact that a Uniformed police officer was asked to remove his firearm in order for his child to receive medical attention, just shows how far we have gone. Semantics do not matter in this situation. It’s part of the bigger picture...
    8. crazycarl7

      Active LEO in full uniform asked to remove firearm (Medstar urgent care)

      No, it was the site manager at first, then they called a supervisor (who, I don’t know) that verified the policy.
    9. crazycarl7

      Active LEO in full uniform asked to remove firearm (Medstar urgent care)

      Fair enough, I wasn’t clear after reading my original post. But yes it was an urgent care
    10. crazycarl7

      Active LEO in full uniform asked to remove firearm (Medstar urgent care)

      Your making excuses. It was an Outpatient urgent care. and if I’m reading what you wrote correctly then it sounds as if it is policy which should be exposed.
    11. crazycarl7

      Active LEO in full uniform asked to remove firearm (Medstar urgent care)

      Well the person in charge made a phone call to a security supervisor and then came back to confirm what she initially told him. So although you say it’s not policy, this interaction would prove otherwise. Again, we are not talking about a plain clothed officer, we are talking about full uniform...
    12. crazycarl7

      Active LEO in full uniform asked to remove firearm (Medstar urgent care)

      This . They also told him He could wait in the car while “they” treated his child (who was a minor). He left and went somewhere else
    13. crazycarl7

      Active LEO in full uniform asked to remove firearm (Medstar urgent care)

      You sure about that? That’s not my take
    14. crazycarl7

      Active LEO in full uniform asked to remove firearm (Medstar urgent care)

      Apparently not, he was on his way home from work, but in full uniform, and had to take his son to get X-ray.
    15. crazycarl7

      Active LEO in full uniform asked to remove firearm (Medstar urgent care)

      I watched it happen to MSP LEO in Belair Medstar urgent care. He was in full uniform but off duty on his way home from work. Had his son with him who needed X-ray. They told him lock it in his car, or in put it in “their” lockbox for their safety. He did neither and politely left to get...
    16. crazycarl7

      Active LEO in full uniform asked to remove firearm (Medstar urgent care)

      Unless you are called for an emergency, Medstar hospital locations and facilities, will, and have, asked LEO in FULL UNIFORM to remove their firearms and store them in their vehicles. If not they will ask you to leave and deny treatment. True story firsthand knowledge
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