Monthly Archives: January 2012

Oklahoma Needs An Open Carry Law for Guns

In a previous post I advised that it would be nice if people could openly carry a firearm.  There are contradictory opinions.   According to some Tulsa folks, they agree that it is time that the Oklahoma Legislature sanction the open … Continue reading

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Comments on A Letter to the Editor Ban Open Carry

I believe it would be nice to “OPEN CARRY”.  There are many differences of opinion, however, It would certainly make people more conscious of their social manners.  Please let me know your opinions. Open carry law asking for problems  Published: … Continue reading

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Open and Obvious Carrying of Firearms in Oklahoma Make My Day

In the old west it was not necessary to conceal one’s firearm.   Gamblers, card sharps and crooks  had a need to conceal carry their tiny derringers.  It was very difficult to conceal a Colt Navy Dragoon Six Shooter.  After hundreds … Continue reading

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Make My Day Law In Oklahoma

Recent developments in Oklahoma show that armed aggressors are being confronted and killed by residents and homeowners who with good reason fear for their lives.  The unthinking burglars, robbers and thieves forget the maxim:  God did not create men equal Colonel Colt … Continue reading

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New DUI Law Snares Big Fish

According to the Daily Oklahoman, Ronald “Skip” Kelly, Oklahoma City Councilman, was arrested for DUI and under the current law must be accused as a felon.  A local news story paints a dark picture against a good Councilman.  A search … Continue reading

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