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Discussion in 'Firearms' started by wrc223, Aug 11, 2012.


  1. wrc223

    wrc223 Monkey+

  2. Witch Doctor 01

    Witch Doctor 01 Mojo Maker

    couldn't of have happened to a nicer guy.....;)
     
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  3. HK_User

    HK_User A Productive Monkey is a Happy Monkey Site Supporter

    As usaul the media still did not have the facts. They ref a list of some states that had concealed weapons laws, but for knives.

    IMO the concealed carry they were concerned about in each of the states listed was KNIVES.

    Va was listed as such and most who are aware of the Bowie Knife and short sword know that Kentucky and La had the same laws. Guns were considered OK but knives, due to the silence factor and as a way to silently rob an honest person was the norm for the crooks of the day in Towns and Cities. Single shot purse and waistcoat guns was not an endangered specis of arm.

    Never mind that CNN ignores this fact.

    [Eugene Volokh,December 11, 2008 at 8:06am] Trackbacks
    Early American Argument for Banning Carrying Concealed Weapons:
    I've been trying to track down the early legal and ideological sources of bans on concealed weapons, which were enacted in many states in the 1800s. Bliss v. Commonwealth (1822) struck down an 1813 ban enacted in Kentucky, but later cases generally upheld the concealed carry bans, often on the grounds that open carry was available as an option. And in the course of my research, I ran across this interesting item, from the Richmond, Virginia Grand Jury in 1820, see Daily National Intelligencer, Sept. 9, 1820, at 2 (paragraph breaks added):
    On Wearing Concealed Arms
    We, the Grand Jury for the city of Richmond, at August Court, 1820, do not believe it to be inconsistent with our duty to animadvert upon any practice which, in our opinion, may be attended with consequences dangerous to the peace and good order of society. We have observed, with regret, the very numerous instances of stabbing, which have of late years occurred, and which have been owing in most cases to the practice which has so frequently prevailed, of wearing dirks: Armed in secret, and emboldened by the possession of these deadly weapons, how frequently have disputes been carried to extremities, which might otherwise have been either amicably adjusted, or attended with no serious consequences to the parties engaged.
    The Grand Jury would not recommend any legislative interference with what they conceive to be one of the most essential privileges of freemen, the right of carrying arms: But we feel it our duty publicly to express our abhorrence of a practice which it becomes all good citizens to frown upon with contempt, and to endeavor to suppress. We consider the practice of carrying arms secreted, in cases where no personal attack can reasonably be apprehended, to be infinitely more reprehensible than even the act of stabbing, if committed during a sudden affray, in the heat of passion, where the party was not previously armed for the purpose.
    We conceive that it manifests a hostile, and if the expression may be allowed, a piratical disposition against the human race ā€” that is derogatory from that open, manly, and chivalrous character, which it should be the pride of our countrymen to maintain unimpaired ā€” and that its fatal effects have been too frequently felt and deplored, not to require the serious animadversions of the community. Unanimously adopted.
    James Brown, Foreman.​
     
  4. HK_User

    HK_User A Productive Monkey is a Happy Monkey Site Supporter

    AND

    Tennessee's 1838 Ban of Sale or Carry of Bowie Knives.> Acts passed at the first session of the 22 General Assembly of the state of Tenn. 1837-1838

    Ahh , but that's just hard facst not want CNN sends out.
     
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