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So it begins! Drivers go through National Forest Service FEDERAL checkpoint, asked about guns and firearm usage

 
Laura Bow
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So it begins! Drivers go through National Forest Service FEDERAL checkpoint, asked about guns and firearm usage
TUCSON - Redington Pass visitors had to go through a Forest Service checkpoint Saturday.

Forest and National Park rangers along with the Arizona Game and Fish Department made sure visitors followed the law.

People legally shoot firearms in areas next to the main road. Many of them leave their empty cartridge casings and targets on the ground.

"You come out here to shoot," Shephard Luke said, "and it just ruins the sport, makes a gun owner look bad."


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Many who went through the checkpoint appreciated the enforcement.

"I don't mind it at all," Michael Lachapelle said. "They're keeping things regulated, making sure that people are doing what they're supposed to do, cleaning up after themselves. So it's good."



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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The U.S. Forest Service and Arizona Game and Fish Department set up a checkpoint near Redington Pass on Saturday, looking for wildlife violations.

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The "Operation Game Thief" program has responded to 650 reports of wildlife violations this year, Arizona Game and Fish said Saturday.

[link to www.tucsonnewsnow.com]
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Moving it up again..
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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The U.S. Forest Service and Arizona Game and Fish Department set up a checkpoint near Redington Pass on Saturday, looking for wildlife violations.

...

The "Operation Game Thief" program has responded to 650 reports of wildlife violations this year, Arizona Game and Fish said Saturday.

[link to www.tucsonnewsnow.com]
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If you hold a concealed weapons permit, you know that it has always been illegal to carry a concealed weapon on federal land, especially federal parks which are not authorized as hunting grounds.

Not saying that Osama-bama isn't going to take away our right to bear arms, he IS...but this instance is not a good example of what he's doing.

Obama is using the U.N. in attempt to eliminate certain imported weapons (namely, almost ALL of them!) to the US, and is pushing the micro-marking of serial numbers on all ammunition sold in the USA for "tracking purposes".

Kind of like the "mark of the beast" (the beast would be Michelle Obama..have you seen that cow lately? Bow legged pissed-off 60's throwback ultra-feminazi!)
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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The U.S. Forest Service and Arizona Game and Fish Department set up a checkpoint near Redington Pass on Saturday, looking for wildlife violations.

...

The "Operation Game Thief" program has responded to 650 reports of wildlife violations this year, Arizona Game and Fish said Saturday.

[link to www.tucsonnewsnow.com]
 Quoting: Laura Bow


If you hold a concealed weapons permit, you know that it has always been illegal to carry a concealed weapon on federal land, especially federal parks which are not authorized as hunting grounds.

Not true. You could always carry in a national forest or recreation area. As of about 3 years ago you can carry in a national park.
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Checkpoints are slowly becoming all too common. Soon, the sheeple will be conditioned to accept a police state existence. All movement will be controlled, monitored, and subject to search. The only thing that can stop this from happening is complete collapse. Either way... we're fucked.
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People at the firing range I go to leave their brass and others pick through and take the ones they want for reloading...leaving metal isn't littering to me...leaving paper targets and other garbage is littering though.

We take cases of soda to blow up, beats a paper target unless you are sighting a gun in for the first time...there's no way to pick up all the shrapnel of the exploded cans...and tannerite just evaporates after the explosion.
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When I left Tahoe to return home I had to go through one of these checkpoints as well, it was weird to me because I was on the CA side returning to socal.
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Just police up your brass when your out there so the Feds don't have a reason to keep eating donuts and have to respond to natural areas looking like a zombie shoot out with beer cans, brass and cigarette butts.
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Just police up your brass when your out there so the Feds don't have a reason to keep eating donuts and have to respond to natural areas looking like a zombie shoot out with beer cans, brass and cigarette butts.
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