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So, the new restrictions only impact local stores and HI residents?Yup, fuedian slip during the hearing in the senate committee of "hoops to jump thru" by Marx. How difficult can we make it and still comply with SCOTUS ruling.
No way! I'm shocked!
Thanks for the clarification.
One issue that was mentioned in those comments: all well and good for residents, but what about tourists and other visitors? How about military who aren't stationed here but arrive for exercises, vacations and other visits? Are they not allowed to travel with their Tasers to Hawaii?
I think if the EG is already yours (purchased out of state or mailed to you), the state can't do much about it.
If the Taser wasn't purchased in Hawaii, then none of the restrictions matter if the owner doesn't fall in one of the prohibited groups, huh?
It would be easy enough to provide a copy of the training certificate to mainland sellers to show that you are legal to own.The training is for the sellers to complete so they can sell an electric gun in hawaii. No training is required for the buyers (u and I).
Of course, that requires rational reasoning and common sense.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/VIPERTEK-Stun-Gun-VTS-989-600BV-Heavy-Duty-Rechargeable-LED-Flashlight-/274463340186?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l6249&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0. here u go 16 bux shipped.
Ive seen this model in person. A friend in washington had one in his car. I didnt zap myself but the crackle appears to be quite powerful. Very bright arc in the dark, and loud as hell. I was going to test it on myself, til i turned it on.
Not sure about how that stupid mandatory safety class works though. Especially with online purchases. What if u want a specific model that no one locally stocks?
feel free to start a "joe biden is smart" thread...
. So far the sweat has been wicked away from the leather by the t-shirt and not infiltrated it that I can tell. It still smells like good leather.
Why all the hate for biden?
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Buying a holster is more difficult than buying a bra. I make this statement based on hours of shopping with my wife at the Ala Moana mall. When you buy the wrong holster, you normally cannot return it. When I ordered two Safariland holsters for the Glock 19, I thought they were different enough to warrant getting one with waist attachments and one without. Both could be configured for OWB carry, so they were identical functionally. This meant that I bought two holsters when one would have been satisfactory. Then I realized that either I am a poor shot or I need a flashlight and laser beam to improve my aim. This requires a brand new holster, rendering the first two, useless. Trying not to make the same mistake with the Sig P365 XL. This was ordered with a Sig Romeo red dot sight, which comes with an outer protector. I will bet you that when I finally order a holster for that small gun, the fit will be off. Obviously, if the Young vs. Hawaii case turns out in our favor, this will create another wrinkle (CCW) in the process of selecting a holster.
I have a bunch of other handguns in the ordering pipeline. They have top, bottom, or both types of rails. The ones with the long rails have at least two mounting locations for the optics. This forces me to wait until I determine the spot that is most balanced. This further delays the process of getting a holster.
We need a list of vendors whose choices are not limited to one or two types of optics, or one barrel length. Not all guns are sized like Jayne Mansfield or Audrey Hepburn. I need a holster maker who uses real handguns, not blueprints based on rough estimates, when they craft their holsters.
Hence the advice on having insurance to cover legal costs.
Rittenhouse is probably wishing he had it, too.