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  • StalkerCop
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    Originally posted by ManInTan View Post
    Ask a Jury of your peers who weren't smart enough to get out of Jury Duty!
    I would love to serve on a jury.

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  • ManInTan
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    Originally posted by Sgt. Slaughter View Post
    Ask a jury of your peers.
    Ask a Jury of your peers who weren't smart enough to get out of Jury Duty!

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  • Sgt. Slaughter
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    It does, but previously you were not allowed to "display it" i.e. open a jacket to reveal a weapon if you felt threatened. That's what the new statute allows.

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  • MRC241
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    Originally posted by InspctrClouseau View Post
    Don't flaunt it unless you plan to use it.
    That's the mentality I have always used while carrying a firearm. I was just wondering if this "new" law changed anything. Sounds like you still have to fear for your life or major bodily threats ect.

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  • Sgt. Slaughter
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    Ask a jury of your peers.

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  • InspctrClouseau
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    Originally posted by MRC241 View Post
    http://www.ammoland.com/2009/09/25/n...eptember-2009/

    How far does someone need to push you for defensive display to be lawful under these Arizona laws? What are some examples of in the right and in the wrong that may land you with assault charges?

    I understand this to be a Arizona specific law/question. Thank you for any information.
    Don't flaunt it unless you plan to use it.

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  • AZtribesman
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    It should come down to reasonableness of the action.

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  • MRC241
    started a topic Arizona Firearm Laws

    Arizona Firearm Laws

    http://www.ammoland.com/2009/09/25/n...eptember-2009/

    How far does someone need to push you for defensive display to be lawful under these Arizona laws? What are some examples of in the right and in the wrong that may land you with assault charges?

    I understand this to be a Arizona specific law/question. Thank you for any information.

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