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Should places of worship remain gun-free zones?
06/21/15 at 12:28:11
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Reply #1 - 09/03/15 at 20:37:35
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I attend a very large church lead by one of the best and most well known pastors/Christians in the country.

There are a few police officers out front and most likely a bunch who are in the congregation each week.

But I have to imagine that we would be a juicy target for someone who takes their MUSLIM faith seriously.  I wouldn't mind having something to keep my hands busy when/if Mommar and Abdul come a calling.
  

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Reply #2 - 04/24/17 at 10:23:57
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Nope!  I take mine to Church every week and I have three mags with me.  Gun free zones are not safe places to be in unarmed...
  
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Reply #3 - 04/24/17 at 11:46:07
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Clavin wrote on 09/03/15 at 20:37:35:
I attend a very large church lead by one of the best and most well known pastors/Christians in the country.

There are a few police officers out front and most likely a bunch who are in the congregation each week.

But I have to imagine that we would be a juicy target for someone who takes their MUSLIM faith seriously.  I wouldn't mind having something to keep my hands busy when/if Mommar and Abdul come a calling.


     I came across a Youtube thread last night similar to this, in western China.  A reporter goes there (he speaks the language and has permits) to investigate reports of one ethnic group attacking another.
     20 years ago that part of western China was peaceful, a tourist destination, and thriving.  Today (2015) it's killings, fear, anger, poverty.  Muslims began immigrating to that region 20 years ago.  Now Muslims are 50% of the population.
     Muslims do not tolerate ANY other religion if they don't have too.
    That is Islam.
  
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Reply #4 - 05/05/17 at 22:45:12
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I always carry, even in church, maybe especially in church. I'm sure some jihadist would have no problem in targeting a Christian church. I may not prevail in the fight but at least I have a chance to protect my family. Without a firearm we are helpless. Yes, its sad, but that's the reality of the world we live in.
  

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Reply #5 - 06/28/17 at 07:18:18
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You should be a allowed to bring guns because terrorist wont follow these laws.
  
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Reply #6 - 11/04/17 at 21:55:53
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Nyte_Byrd wrote on 06/21/15 at 12:28:11:

"Gun Free Zones" are massacre magnets.  If you were a crazy person hellbent on killing as many people as possible, your first choice would always be a well-established "Gun Free Zone."

Abolish all "Gun Free Zones" and keep the crazies guessing.  They just might decide not to slaughter innocents that day because someone may be armed and spoil their fun.

The point being, if you really want to reduce the number of mass shootings, you don't go around with a big bullhorn shouting "We're all unarmed and incapable of stopping you, come shoot us!" - because someone may do precisely that.
  
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Reply #7 - 11/05/17 at 22:33:35
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Luke 22:36.  Jesus advised his Apostles to get themselves a sword for a reason.  I believe that reason is applicable in the political environment of today.
  
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Reply #8 - 01/31/18 at 15:41:57
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I always carry a S&W .40-cal auto, with 3 magazines, everywhere I go (except into the bank, which makes me nervous about banking!).
  
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Reply #9 - 02/27/18 at 22:24:43
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New guy here, post 1.  the church we attend actually has a "gun show' inside the church each summer, with a wild game dinner etc.  everyone brings a couple of guns, a lot of old military long guns, and a lot of handguns, fancy shiny ones, and has a good time looking, no dealing or buying selling.  We have a LEO there that ties the guns like a regular show.  It is fun and yes I carry one of my handguns to church on Sundays. I have a CHL and it is Texas so either concealed or open carry is okay. 
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