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    My hair is amazing
    MDS Supporter
    Jan 22, 2009
    48,589
    Bel Air
    This is an amazing hurdle we’ve crossed today.

    We can’t stop now. The real work for MSI begins now. The time, place and manner restrictions are going to be coming fast and furious from the MGA.
     

    eagledriver

    Junior Member
    Jan 13, 2013
    59
    Mt Airy, South sorta
    US Supremes:
    Held: New York’s proper-cause requirement violates the Fourteenth
    Amendment by preventing law-abiding citizens with ordinary self-de-
    fense needs from exercising their Second Amendment right to keep and
    bear arms in public for self-defense.
    Boom!
     

    Uncle Duke

    Active Member
    MDS Supporter
    Feb 2, 2013
    9,683
    Not Far Enough from the City
    This is an amazing hurdle we’ve crossed today.

    We can’t stop now. The real work for MSI begins now. The time, place and manner restrictions are going to be coming fast and furious from the MGA.

    True this!

    To say that the MGA will be having Karen type conniptions is an understatement. They'll play the clock as they know that courts proceed slowly. And they'll use taxpayer money in the process of throwing out as much crap as possible, to see what can delay or otherwise restrict implementation.

    Today's SCOTUS ruling was merely a much needed step in the right direction. The war rages on.

    Please remember MSI in their efforts to continue to help freedom loving Marylanders!
     

    Norton

    NRA Endowment Member, Rifleman
    Staff member
    Admin
    Moderator
    May 22, 2005
    120,573
    This is an amazing hurdle we’ve crossed today.

    We can’t stop now. The real work for MSI begins now. The time, place and manner restrictions are going to be coming fast and furious from the MGA.
    Having lived through Woodard, Heller, and now this ruling, it's amazing what we've seen during the lifetime of this forum.
     

    MaxVO2

    Active Member
    MDS Supporter
    Having lived through Woodard, Heller, and now this ruling, it's amazing what we've seen during the lifetime of this forum.
    ****It IS amazing in that all of this has happened at a time when the left has essentially gained control of the educational system in addition to the mainstream media, and how almost universally negative education and the MSM are to anything regarding the legal right for a citizen to keep and bear arms.

    One can make a very cogent argument that *other* rights related to privacy, as well as the ability for the government, and its minions, to restrict other facets of "freedom", or to monitor people electronically (Patriot Act, but also other laws since that time..) with fewer restrictions and with Orwellian efficiency as can be done now. Obviously, many people essentially put their entire life story on social media now but even those that do not can be and have been tracked through their phones, or other technology (credit card purchases, license plate readers, Alexa, etc..), or even postings on sites like MDS, PornHub, NextDoor, etc..

    The Bruen ruling is a good day for us and hopefully we can keep the momentum up and win more cases to help average law abiding citizens to make decisions as to how they can protect themselves and loved ones through responsible firearm ownership up to and including CCW if needed.

    I have my CCW and do not feel safe in places like Baltimore, or parts of Prince Georges County where I grew up some time back anymore. I feel marginally safer armed, but gun(s), knives, the tactical pen, cigar cutter, stapler, Swiss Army knife with the toothpick attachment, Magnum condoms, etc.. that I may or may not be carrying with me at all times are really no substitute for just locking recidivist criminals and predators up in jail and removing them from polite society.

    All the stuff I may or may not carry weighs a LOT, and I'd really rather just be able to walk around in flip flops and board shorts with a tight T-shirt all day long versus what I wear now into the city where I have to be concerned with "printing". I really look terrible in a Hawaiian shirt quite frankly and would much rather wear something more flattering in case I meet that special someone out there that will make my life complete, and allow me to traipse through the rainbows of life together...
    rainbow.jpg
     

    Bob A

    Active Member
    MDS Supporter
    Patriot Picket
    Nov 11, 2009
    22,762
    Be very careful with that ginger; her eyebrows are brunette. A ginger wannabe may be even scarier than a natural, due to overcompensation.
     

    MaxVO2

    Active Member
    MDS Supporter
    Max is in good company. ERuby giveth and taketh away like the tide.
    Gratuitous RH photo appreciated, even if the eyebrows are debatable. There should be no debate on the rainbow as this is PRIDE month.

    *****Thank you!!! Finally a voice of reason! The purpose of the rainbow was to express, in no uncertain terms, my support for PRIDE month, and it so happens that remarkably pretty redhead, whose cuffs may or may not match her collar for all we know just *happened* to be wearing that rainbow shirt to express her admiration for this all important month celebrating PRIDE.... That picture, which I found while searching for "Rainbows" just really stood out to me for some reason or two. :thumbsup:
     

    Park ranger

    Active Member
    Dec 6, 2015
    1,865
    This is an amazing hurdle we’ve crossed today.

    We can’t stop now. The real work for MSI begins now. The time, place and manner restrictions are going to be coming fast and furious from the MGA.
    My club requires NRA membership in the bylaws, I'm going to petition to have MSI as the primary, and the nra as an alternative
     

    calicojack

    American Sporting Rifle
    MDS Supporter
    May 29, 2018
    3,778
    East Bumfkgypt
    ****It IS amazing in that all of this has happened at a time when the left has essentially gained control of the educational system in addition to the mainstream media, and how almost universally negative education and the MSM are to anything regarding the legal right for a citizen to keep and bear arms.

    One can make a very cogent argument that *other* rights related to privacy, as well as the ability for the government, and its minions, to restrict other facets of "freedom", or to monitor people electronically (Patriot Act, but also other laws since that time..) with fewer restrictions and with Orwellian efficiency as can be done now. Obviously, many people essentially put their entire life story on social media now but even those that do not can be and have been tracked through their phones, or other technology (credit card purchases, license plate readers, Alexa, etc..), or even postings on sites like MDS, PornHub, NextDoor, etc..

    The Bruen ruling is a good day for us and hopefully we can keep the momentum up and win more cases to help average law abiding citizens to make decisions as to how they can protect themselves and loved ones through responsible firearm ownership up to and including CCW if needed.

    I have my CCW and do not feel safe in places like Baltimore, or parts of Prince Georges County where I grew up some time back anymore. I feel marginally safer armed, but gun(s), knives, the tactical pen, cigar cutter, stapler, Swiss Army knife with the toothpick attachment, Magnum condoms, etc.. that I may or may not be carrying with me at all times are really no substitute for just locking recidivist criminals and predators up in jail and removing them from polite society.

    All the stuff I may or may not carry weighs a LOT, and I'd really rather just be able to walk around in flip flops and board shorts with a tight T-shirt all day long versus what I wear now into the city where I have to be concerned with "printing". I really look terrible in a Hawaiian shirt quite frankly and would much rather wear something more flattering in case I meet that special someone out there that will make my life complete, and allow me to traipse through the rainbows of life together...
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    You sir have impeccable taste.
     

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