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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Courser View Post
    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
    I realize what he was talking about. And yes most of the dog people I have met are the kind of people I like to hang around with. I learned a long time ago to not believe that bad things never happen to good people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kelder View Post
    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...
    It better not or they are violating the committments they made when they agreed to judge. My sidearm is not a training device, it may be something used in training, but so are holding blinds, the stick they give me to handle with, my boots, my hat, my underwear, the list goes on and on. If its legal to carry in the state, the judges have no authority to override that.

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    When I decided to carry I decided to carry 100% of the time. It's never been an issue with the judges because they were never aware of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gun_Dog2002 View Post
    It better not or they are violating the committments they made when they agreed to judge. My sidearm is not a training device, it may be something used in training, but so are holding blinds, the stick they give me to handle with, my boots, my hat, my underwear, the list goes on and on. If its legal to carry in the state, the judges have no authority to override that.

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    It seems as though it would come in handy when your dog brought back a flyer that wasn't dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Plesko View Post
    It seems as though it would come in handy when your dog brought back a flyer that wasn't dead.

    Ah Ha! And the crux of the issue comes out. Years ago a brown shirt (fed warden) and a green shirt (state warden) and I chatted in a parking area. Asking if is was legal to Deer hunt and Duck hunt at the same time. None could find away. Fed duck hunting laws. Type of gun, number of rounds in may hold, type of shot.
    You cannot shoot a duck with a .45acp. even CC folk, when duck hunting need to be mindfull of the fed regs.
    So.. at a hunt test, based upon duck hunting. it is against the rule.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Bora View Post
    Ah Ha! And the crux of the issue comes out. Years ago a brown shirt (fed warden) and a green shirt (state warden) and I chatted in a parking area. Asking if is was legal to Deer hunt and Duck hunt at the same time. None could find away. Fed duck hunting laws. Type of gun, number of rounds in may hold, type of shot.
    You cannot shoot a duck with a .45acp. even CC folk, when duck hunting need to be mindfull of the fed regs.
    So.. at a hunt test, based upon duck hunting. it is against the rule.
    At a field trial, come loaded for Bear!
    Archery for waterfowl is perfectly legal and slugs dropped in a shot gun to take an elk that might be acting like a swamp donkey is also perfectly legal. Who doesn't have a concealed weapon in their truck at a hunt test? Are there people who show up at hunt tests without a shot gun behind the seat of their rig? Every one of our popper guns in the field is functioning 12gauge. Usually at least 8-10 live gunners on the grounds at all times. What harm is a pistol on someones' belt going to do? There's already a lot of firepower walking around the place with or without it.

    Nobody does background checks on the kid walking around with an 870 on a sling hanging on his shoulder??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Plesko View Post
    It seems as though it would come in handy when your dog brought back a flyer that wasn't dead.
    That makes perfect sense Dave but the guys who use real guns on the line don't use real live ducks in the field? Can't figure that one out. I know you're just itching for a way to talk about plastic buckets today..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Bora View Post
    Ah Ha! And the crux of the issue comes out. Years ago a brown shirt (fed warden) and a green shirt (state warden) and I chatted in a parking area. Asking if is was legal to Deer hunt and Duck hunt at the same time. None could find away. Fed duck hunting laws. Type of gun, number of rounds in may hold, type of shot.
    You cannot shoot a duck with a .45acp. even CC folk, when duck hunting need to be mindfull of the fed regs.
    So.. at a hunt test, based upon duck hunting. it is against the rule.
    At a field trial, come loaded for Bear!

    It is legal to cc when hunting, at least in Florida. In fact open carry is legal while fishing or hunting and while traveling to and from hunting or fishing. I cannot shoot a duck or alligator with my .45 but I can carry it with me while I am hunting. I cannot legally shoot a fish with it, but I can carry it while I am fishing. Carrying and shooting are two different things. Carrying alcohol in your car is not illegal, but drinking while driving the car is.
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    Just before Washington State admitted they lied to the public and had a wolf pack they started allowing us archery guys to carry a sidearm. Open carry or concealed if you are permitted.

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