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Old August 12th, 2013, 02:39 PM   #16
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Having served for 27 years in both the Navy & the Army I've come to the conclusion that members of our Military are treated as second class citizens or worse. We're not to be trusted unless we're on the battleground & even then our present ROE shows a big distrust of our fighting troops. As a First Sgt. I had to implement some of the rules that proved that distrust as distasteful as that was.

"Dogs and (Soldiers, Marines, Sailors - fill in the blank) Keep Off the Grass".

Enlisted Personnel Must Be Seen and Not Heard. If they're seen they damn well better look good. That goes for Eltee, too.
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Old August 13th, 2013, 01:02 AM   #17
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Enlisted Personnel Must Be Seen and Not Heard. If they're seen they damn well better look good.
Unless of course those enlisted are members of the USCG. If an aircraft carrier hoists the Coast Guard Ensign it's then under authority of the USCG and there are cases where an E-4 could have command at the time. I hope to God they do look good when they do.
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Old December 18th, 2013, 07:19 PM   #18
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Do you need paperwork to buy from a person also? If not then buy it used. Cheaper that way and less of a hassle. Missouri just needs a "bill of sale" if sold from person to person. Armslist or even Facebook are always good places to find a decent gun.
Unfortunately, yes you do need a Purchase Permit or a Concealed Carry Permit to Legally purchase a handgun in a private sale in North Carolina.

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Old December 19th, 2013, 05:03 AM   #19
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What a twisted world of snares the military face when going to new area. . .
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Old December 19th, 2013, 07:51 AM   #20
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You are right, it sucks. On the other hand, it is the C.O. or respective service that catches the "fallout" when one of their less stellar personnel steps out of line on or off base. Gotta love the military. As my First Sergeant was fond of saying, "Just because they wear white hats doesn't make them one of the good guys."

To get my CC permit in Alabama, it took my ID card and 5 minutes in the sheriff's office. Trying to get a fishing license across the street took 15 minutes of intense negotiation. They are serious about their Bass!
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Old December 19th, 2013, 08:07 AM   #21
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Just wanted to mention the Utah nonres cwp is awesome as well. I live in sc and have that one but tonight I take the class for Utah adds more states of reciprocity. It works out I'll be able to carry a gun nearly anywhere you're actually allowed to own one....
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Old January 2nd, 2014, 04:58 AM   #22
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I was a former soldier, and that kind of bullshit still angers me.

There is no reason why a any institution outside of the military require you to be hassled more for you being in military service.
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Old March 25th, 2014, 03:22 PM   #23
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In the AF they did not care what kind of gun we had as long as we registered it with the security police if we lived on base, off base no worries, no register, and we only had to go buy what the state laws were.
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The question is: do you think you would have a problem with there being a requirement on purchasing a handgun that says "you must give us written consent from your regional manager (which is what a commanding officer is more or less) saying that you may purchase a gun or have a concealed carry license?
I would absolutely would have a problem. First off I answer to my manager only in as much as my job is concerned. Therefore they are not entitled in any way, shape or form to any input in my desire to own a firearm.

I find it ridiculous that an one can volunteer or be drafted into the military, be handed a M16 or M60 and M9 and sent into combat, yet be required to get "permission" to buy a firearm.
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MY son also is at Lejune but with Marsoc his co and the sheriff had no problems with the ccw they both sign off and he was in process within 5 min of doing both if you have a problem pm and he might be able to help. god bless all Mike
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Old August 4th, 2014, 11:47 AM   #26
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Man - I hate that military personel have to deal with that crap. I just dont understand why it is like that. I take that back - I do understand. Nuff said.
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