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Flash That Gun

Eight situations wherein it would be permissible to “flash” your concealed handgun, as per proposed House Bill 78.

By Bill Frost
Posted // February 24,2010 -
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Eight situations wherein it would be permissible to “flash” your concealed handgun, as per proposed House Bill 78:

8. During Senate debate, to gently “move along” voting on HB78.

7. In the drive-through at any fast-food restaurant on State Street.

6. Scratch that: Anywhere on State Street.

5. When questioned about the spelling of “Socielyzm” on your protest sign.

4. When the neighbor’s dog even thinks about crapping on your lawn again.

3. To impress that waitress who just keeps ignoring your Facebook friend requests.

2. To impress upon waitress’s nosy manager that the two of you really belong together.

1. Whenever confronted with “facts,” “science” or “differing opinions.”

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Posted // February 26,2010 at 11:10

So after teh neighborhood wann be's flash their bunch of guns the last "flash" I see is a bunch of muzzle flashe.

Now what Brad, get my Bazooka outta the trunk or dial 911?

 

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Posted // February 25,2010 at 11:17

Do you really believe that the "bunch of local neighborhood wanna be's" wouldn't also be armed in some fashion?

In the REAL world, if you flash a gun, you better be prepared to actually use it for it's intended purpose.

 

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Posted // February 24,2010 at 22:55

Actually, you don't need the hick hat or the camo pants to understand why sometimes there is a legitimate reason to "flash" a gun. I can imagine a scenario where a bunch of local neighborhood wanna be's approach a lone individual in a dark parking lot as he's getting in his car, with the intent of roughing them up or robbing them. In that situation, the intended victim could kindly say "please, boys, go home. I don't want any trouble." And the result is - everyone gets to go home uninjured. That doesn't sound so bad.

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