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    Quote Originally Posted by Gun_Dog2002 View Post
    I don't recall any rule in HRC or AKC that prevents anyone from carrying a sidearm. Oregon is an open carry state, I fail to see how anyone can impose on my legal right to carry or try and bend hunt test rules to stop me.

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    Perhaps those concerned have fallen victim to the "Every rule must have rules to enforce the rule" syndrome???

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    I don't see a need to carry it to the line to run a dog. But it is called concealed carry which means you should not be able to know if they are carrying. So if that is the case it is a mute point. Unless it is a gun free zone of course. Just my two cents

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat addis View Post
    i'm just curious where in my post did i say i didn't trust dog people
    It wasnt specific to anyone. Just generally, the folks at a dog test are 'dog people' so I wouldnt feel enough threat to need to pack my gun to the line. Now, to and from teh grounds, in the motels/parking areas, anywhere else, yeah, but I feel pretty "at home" with the dog folks and wouldnt expect to need it there...
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    Quote Originally Posted by thelast2 View Post
    Wow did you really just say that? Why do you think that your safer I mean really? I have carried concealed at the line several times mostly for Bear protection but I dont think it should be an issue as long as there is no safety issue.
    I don't think he was talking anout being safe from bears. But the group of people in close proximiity are a better class for the most part then those that you will run into during your travels to and from the venue

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    Quote Originally Posted by badbullgator View Post
    The old what you don't know won't hurt you, unless you hurt me...". It is a part of my daily dress and in the 25+ years that it has been so I have never had a single incident and would be no more likely to have any incident while running a dog than I would doing anything else. No big deal. Judge the dog work and don't worry about what is in the handlers pants.
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    So anyone can get this CC? Do you have to register?pass a test?? mental test??/ or can anyone get the permit? As a contestant in any event, I would not care but then maybe I should care depending on the person??? I just want to be safe and have fun!!!No worries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mary Lynn Metras View Post
    So anyone can get this CC? Do you have to register?pass a test?? mental test??/ or can anyone get the permit? As a contestant in any event, I would not care but then maybe I should care depending on the person??? I just want to be safe and have fun!!!No worries.
    Depends on what state you live in,and also the county laws...You usually have to go thru about an 6-8 hour class where you also have to prove you are proficient with that weapon, along of course passing the background check federal/state...Some states will recognize other states permits and some will not
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    carry conceal means just that - you can carry , the weapon must be hidden from view AT ALL TIMES .In NY , it is a violation of the law if your weapon is visible ..As far as the rules , nothing comes to mind that CC breaks the rules . HOWEVER ,if in view , it COULD be interpreted as a training device (can you come to the line with your blank pistol in view ?) .And last ,but not least , could that piece of cold steel enter a judge's mind when pencil is in hand ?? Not saying it should regards...
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    Quote Originally Posted by badbullgator View Post
    But Bob concealed is concealed. You wouldn't know, and didn't know when handlers were carrying
    i can promise you have never seen me when I was not carrying. I am not alone, I know a number of "our" group that are always armed. The old what you don't know won't hurt you, unless you hurt me...". It is a part of my daily dress and in the 25+ years that it has been so I have never had a single incident and would be no more likely to have any incident while running a dog than I would doing anything else. No big deal.
    Judge the dog work and don't worry about what is in the handlers pants.
    Well said, when i judge I could care less what the handler is wearing or carrying. I also have a CCW,but dont usually carry to the line but its in a locked truck when not on me. Its about the dog work not the politics !!

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