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post #181 of 197 (permalink) Old 12-09-2012, 04:35 PM
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Any suggestions for a holster for a Bettera 92 for carrying on bike?
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I am glad Nascar #47 started this thread.
I know we hijacked it and got a little away from his initial query; but it has been thought provoking and informative.

It pressured me to start looking for the right firearm to carry while on my bike.
Today I purchased the Ruger LCP.
As I stated before; I like the 9mm more than the .380. But, as others have pointed out; 7 rounds in your pocket are better than 15 rounds in the safe.

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love the SKS, i have several
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Any suggestions for a holster for a Bettera 92 for carrying on bike?
Shoulder, depending on leather or nylon in my opinion galco for leather or blackhawk or bulldog for nylon

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You are correct. Accidental drowning with cocaine, marijuana and alcohol in his system. He was a pillar of society...
Hmm just like Whitney Houston, I see a pattern here

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The point is it's semantics under the law, by which you will be judged if it comes down to that.
Actually, I will ultimately be judged by God alone. Oops, there's that word you hate again.

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Previously someone mentioned God. Hopefully nobody is really going to push that point because where does Gods law allow you to kill someone? Last time I checked the 6th Commandment I didn't see a footnote to "Thou shalt not kill."
This Commandment is universally understood to mean that one shall not murder, as in the unjustified taking of the life of another. Do you really not know this or are you just playing dumb?

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So, in fact, it is man's law/statute that allows you to kill in certain circumstances (at least without going to prison, anyway), not God's law. All the rhetoric doesn't change that.
No, it is God's (natural) law that allows for this, from which all valid law originates. Any man-made law that violates God's law is invalid. The threat of prison has absolutely nothing to do with it. People have been unjustly imprisoned for millennia.

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As you see I dont really oppose any of the core beliefs, and actually share them for the most part. What I oppose is silly talk like the comment back in post 165 about no such thing as illegal carry, to which my rebuttal was twisted and perverted into something else full of false accusation, thus needing the type of slap back to reality wording of post 173.
Regardless of your ill-informed, illogical, uneducated, and inarticulate opinions, there is no such thing as illegal (or for you semantics freaks, "unlawful") carry---period.

The Second Amendment is one of the most clear and unambiguous amendments of all. There is no state or local law that has the power to validly supersede it or any other of the Bill of Rights. Any such "law" is quite simply invalid, regardless of any attempted or actual enforcement of such invalid laws.

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