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    Postak Speak Up Now On Right-To-Carry In National Parks

    As we've reported over the last few weeks, the U.S. Department of the Interior has issued a proposed rule to eliminate the prohibition on Right-to-Carry in national parks and wildlife refuges.

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    Oh yes, guns in our National Parks is a must. You never know when you will need one. The firearm of choice should be the nowing and almighty AK 47. More bang for the Bucks,and Bear, and anything else that might need to be eaten, or stoped. What say you mates.?????????
    Your in my Mind, and in my Sights

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    Without even reading the article. I carry in the National Forest I live in. Rules be dammed. I like to stay legal but I will be go to hell if I am leaving my house without a weapon. I live in a National Forest. So the minute I step across the road this law has an affect on me.
    I WILL carry. 4th.
    "Man needs but two things to survive alone in the woods. A blow up female doll and his trusty old AK-47" - Thomas Jefferson 1781


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    That's the spirit 4thiD. Only time i don't carry is at bed time,but it's realie close by.
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    Not to put out the flame of civil disobedience or to diminish the "way-to-go" nature of the above statements, but I believe it's legal in most National Forests to carry, any otherwise legal firearm. I've hunted on National Forest land for years, everyone in the Black Hills of South Dakota does.

    It's the National Parks and Wildlife Refuges that the new law addresses.

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