Message from Erika in Charlottesville 2.0 #virginia_laws

2017-06-07 03:04:20 UTC  

It is legal to conceal carry a handgun (with proper permit) at the event location. It is also legal to open carry without a permit. HOWEVER, for anyone who plans to drink at a bar afterward, I would advise not carrying a firearm (with or without a permit).

2017-06-07 11:29:35 UTC  

@Hand Banana Indeed.

2017-06-07 11:49:49 UTC  

Does a glove box not count?

2017-06-07 11:50:05 UTC  

Or a truck's toolbox?

2017-06-07 11:54:21 UTC  

Would aviators and black baseball cap violate mask laws?

2017-06-07 11:55:49 UTC  

Nope, you're good 👌🏻

2017-06-07 12:40:51 UTC  

VA statute indicates a "sealed container" within a vehicle for lawful concealment. According to one state lawmaker I've conversed with (when the statute was being updated in 2010), a plastic ziploc bag qualifies as a sealed container. <:richard:321796916218167301>

2017-06-07 12:42:03 UTC  

you can conceal a handgun in your glovebox yes. I do it every day.

2017-06-07 12:42:18 UTC  

With out permitting that is

2017-06-07 12:42:19 UTC  

Check the links I posted near the top.

2017-06-07 13:14:32 UTC  

According to VA § 18.2-422, helmets are ok. Perhaps even gladiator-type ones, as long as they don't cover significant portions of the face.

2017-06-07 14:08:00 UTC  

2017-06-07 14:43:17 UTC  

1300's optics are in effect. Second amendment is irrelevant

2017-06-07 14:43:31 UTC  


2017-06-07 16:44:52 UTC  

Random Reminder: Cops of all races are our natural allies; we should keep it that way.

2017-06-07 18:54:54 UTC  

The optics of black southern cops gassing antifa is perfect.

2017-06-09 03:05:05 UTC  

That's if you want cucks to think blacks have a place in our society

2017-06-15 00:49:42 UTC  
2017-06-15 04:31:11 UTC  

Nice. So it appears that if Antifa is acting overtly aggressive and you feel there is a threat of imminent unlawful touching or harm you can drop that faggot with a swift combo.

2017-06-30 04:45:55 UTC  

I thought it prudent to ask. What kind of legal defense do we have on our side for if but more likely when antifa and the leftwing establishment in cville tries to fuck us

2017-06-30 04:47:50 UTC  

@Furor_Tuetonicus we have Kyle Bristow. I believe we also have a couple other alt-right lawyers.

2017-06-30 14:14:26 UTC  

Any for Virginia though

2017-06-30 14:14:28 UTC  


2017-06-30 18:23:20 UTC  

afaik Kyle does not have the license to practice law in VA.

2017-06-30 18:35:00 UTC  

All I know if for Michigan and ohio

2017-06-30 19:43:56 UTC  

VA Body Armor Laws: § 18.2-287.2. Wearing of body armor while committing a crime; penalty. Any person who, while committing a crime of violence or a felony violation, has in his possession a firearm or knife and is wearing body armor designed to diminish the effect of the impact of a bullet or projectile, shall be guilty of a Class 4 felony. "Crime of violence" applies to and includes any of the following crimes or an attempt to commit any of the same, namely, murder, manslaughter, kidnapping, rape, mayhem, assault with intent to maim, disable, disfigure or kill, robbery, burglary, housebreaking, breaking and entering and larceny.

2017-07-06 11:05:27 UTC  

So basically body armor + defense ok?

2017-07-06 11:06:41 UTC  

It's overrated anyway our here no one is going to do shit.

2017-07-06 11:15:30 UTC  

2017-07-13 02:38:11 UTC  

I make homemade torches with lengths of aluminum tubing. Does anyone know if it would be illegal to carry those in the rally and/or if it's legal to wield it in self-defense?

2017-07-13 19:33:03 UTC  

What are the va laws on self defense? Of course we aren't going to start anything but at what point is it okay to react to the left's assaults

2017-07-13 19:36:33 UTC  

If you reasonably fear death (gun pointed at you) or have been seriously harmed or injured, you are legally allowed to defend yourself by all means. Keep in mind that this will be a huge event and that it won't be as easy to make a case

2017-07-13 19:37:17 UTC  

Also, VA is a stand your ground state

2017-07-13 20:19:38 UTC  

Virginia is a stand your ground state .

2017-07-13 20:22:39 UTC  

Virginia is a stand your ground state

2017-07-13 20:23:47 UTC  

Thanks to whoever deleted that. Not your fault, Virginia can be weird with some laws

2017-07-13 20:29:37 UTC

2017-07-13 20:29:39 UTC

2017-07-13 20:35:29 UTC  

@Aaron - VA
Thanks when did that get changed? When I got my VA CCW a few years ago they told us that VA wasn't.