Relocating to Alabama


BamaBoy

New member
I'm sorry I wasted any time at all on this troll. He's on my ignore list now.
 

Ektarr

Dedicated Infidel
Well I see I am getting flamed for expressing my personal oppinions. So much for Southern Hospitality, something that we pride ourselves in here in South Carolina. :warning2: Aparently that's not the same in Alabama.

As an interested spectator to this thread (New Jersey, albeit with South Carolina relocation plans), I would say, G50, that you're not being "flamed", and certainly not simply for expressing your "opinions". I think what's happening is that those people here who live in Alabama are getting frustrated with your insistence that their State is flawed in this regard despite being reassured - numerous times, by several people - that this is not the case. Why don't you just take their word for it - since they actually live there and you don't - and move the conversation along?
 

SEMPERFIDELUS8403

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And they would too!!!! The South gets a bad rap, albeit undeserved. The civil war was fought because the union commited an act of terrorism, not because of slavery. That was just an excuse by that scumbag lincoln. Study some history, the facts, not what the government says.
 

antietam

Banned
I'm with you G50AE! Don't take off! Your "personal opinions" keeps freedom alive! Have a good Wednesday.
 

SEMPERFIDELUS8403

New member
Ill make sure I stay away from california.... liberal bs. The South has a bad undeserved rap. Ever heard of the little thing called "southern hospitality"? Never hear of good things from california. Read some history, true history
 

G50AE

Well-known member
I'm with you G50AE! Don't take off! Your "personal opinions" keeps freedom alive! Have a good Wednesday.

Reports of my disapearance are premature. :biggrin:

By the way, I do have direct experience with a may-issue state, Connecticut. The may-issue system in CT has improved over the years due to several lawsuits. Trying to reform the CCW process though lawsuits is a very inefficient method for reform, accomplishing the same through the legislature is the preferred course of action. If CT would have had a shall-issue system in place say 20 years ago, they would have saved a lot of money in legal costs involved in the various lawsuits.
 

SEMPERFIDELUS8403

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When governments are involved there will always be problems. Im done arguing with a moron who knows nothing of the subject. You dont live here, I do!!!! I know what it is like in my area.
 

BamaBoy

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I'm done arguing with a moron who knows nothing of the subject.

So am I. Let's remember the first rule of forums: don't feed trolls. Especially if they are, or pretend to be, self-appointed officers of the political correctness thought police.

Gun rights are being violated all over this country (New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Hawaii, California), and this puerile troll feigns concern about one of the most pro-gun states in America.

A troll. Nothing more. May he starve.
 

Oldgrunt

Active member
He doesn't live here.......

Semper Fi & Bama Boy: Fortunately, some of these people aren't residents of Alabama. They probably couldn't stand seeing that there are civilized folks down here who aren't married to their cousins and have more than one tooth. Let's hope they stay away 'cause they may like it here then we would have to put up with them. What a thought! By the way, pass the collards and corn bread!:biggrin:
 

SEMPERFIDELUS8403

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"Teach a yankee how to drive, put um on I95 north" "Welcome to Dixie.... now leave" lol some folks need to stay in cali, maybe itll fall into the ocean
 

SEMPERFIDELUS8403

New member
Oooo

Semper Fi & Bama Boy: Fortunately, some of these people aren't residents of Alabama. They probably couldn't stand seeing that there are civilized folks down here who aren't married to their cousins and have more than one tooth. Let's hope they stay away 'cause they may like it here then we would have to put up with them. What a thought! By the way, pass the collards and corn bread!:biggrin:

I love cornbread... no sugar YUCK! Sugar is for tea lol You bring the BBQ ckickin n Ill pass the stuff lol
 

G50AE

Well-known member
You are so full of crap, you eyes must have turned brown.

I believe both those incidents happened in MISSISSIPPI, not Alabama. (That's the state that look like Alabama but the little footie thing on the bottom is on the other side.)

The school was Randolph County High School in Wedowee Alabama, the principle's name was Hulond Humphries. The event happened in 1994.

As to the judge denying a marriage licence to an interacial couple, that's my mistake, that more recent event didn't happen in Alabama, and it didn't happen in Mississippi either. It was a Lousiana Judge named Keith Bardwell. So we're both wrong on that one.
 

G50AE

Well-known member
Jim Crow has nothing to do with the Alabama concealed carry law because there isn't really one. The state law gives the responsibility for issuance of 'pistol permits' to the highest ranking LEO in the county and they have the power to set price and requirements. There's no massive state conspiracy. Alabama has left it up to the LOCALS. In practice, a background check and $20 is about all you need.

So you are OK, with letting a sheriff like former sheriff Jim Clark of Selma descide who gets to be allowed the privledge of a carry permit?

Sheriff Jim Clark, icon of segregationist era, dies - U.S. news - Life - Race & ethnicity - msnbc.com

Interesting.
 

ALRanger

New member
Alabama is an Open Carry state with no license needed as long as you are on foot. Our may-issue is more liberal than some states "shall-issue". Probably because the money goes into the Sheriff's funds. SC will not accept AL CPL because we do not have a 24 hour center for them to check the validity of our licenses, so SC and AL do not have reciprocity thanks to SC. If you can't get a CPL in AL, then move to another county.

Alabama Open Carry is currently working for Constitutional Carry or at least Shall Issue on licenses. We are also working to have several laws repealed or updated. We would appreciate the help of all citizens in AL to help get this through the current pro-gun legislature. Go to alabamaopencarry.com and join today. It's free and we have meetings throughout the state with open carriers and RKBA supporters.
 

G50AE

Well-known member
Alabama Open Carry is currently working for Constitutional Carry or at least Shall Issue on licenses. We are also working to have several laws repealed or updated. We would appreciate the help of all citizens in AL to help get this through the current pro-gun legislature. Go to alabamaopencarry.com and join today. It's free and we have meetings throughout the state with open carriers and RKBA supporters.

Thanks for the heads up. It's about time Alabama adopted a fair and consistant concealed carry law.
 

Tackleberry561

Tackleberry
I too moved from Fayette Co Ohio to Alabama. I had no problem with getting a CCW permit.They said I would have to be a resident for 6 months,I talked to the Sheriff and had No problem obtaining my permit in the first week of living here. I guess its all in the way you approach the matter.
 

Tackleberry561

Tackleberry
I guess I forgot to mention this was 12 years ago..My Bad.....I carry a Glock 36 . A Mans Best Friend doesn't have to be a Dog:biggrin:
 

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