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To: CWRWinger
"Get rid of the mouse gun." I did.

Buahahaaa! That's freakin' beautiful! If a cop in my area found someone carrying concealed (with a permit) he'd still have 'em spread on the pavement. Maybe I should move to SC
34 posted on 06/28/2002 10:52:54 AM PDT by WindMinstrel
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To: WindMinstrel
Oklahoma is also quite self-defense friendly, as shown by the following rules regarding somebody who breaks into your home in Oklahoma (read the following carefully!):

PHYSICAL OR DEADLY FORCE AGAINST INTRUDER

A. The Legislature hereby recognizes that the citizens of the State of Oklahoma have a right to expect absolute safety within their own homes.

B. Any occupant of a dwelling is justified in using any degree of physical force, including but not limited to deadly force, against another person who has made an unlawful entry into that dwelling and when the occupant has a reasonable belief that such other person might use any physical force, no matter how slight, against any occupant of the dwelling.

C. Any occupant of a dwelling using physical force, including but not limited to deadly force, pursuant to the provisions of subsection B of this section, shall have an affirmative defense in any criminal prosecution for an offense arising from the reasonable use of such force and shall be immune from any civil liability for injuries or death resulting from the reasonable use of such force.

D. The provisions of this section and the provisions of the Oklahoma Self-Defense Act, Sections 1 through 25 of this act, shall not be construed to require any person using a pistol pursuant to the provisions of this section to be licensed in any manner.

36 posted on 06/28/2002 11:10:36 AM PDT by john in missouri
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