I was thinking about getting my Medical card, but I like guns too much and I heard they could be taken away.
Haven't smoked the stuff in years, and don't plan to be habitual.
Does anyone have any experience in this area? (What it means, Purchasing a firearm, owning them, if they keep track on your background, ect)
I understand that it's still illegal on a federal level, I'm just looking for second opinions.
You seriously posted this during day/k/are?
Guaranteed 300+ replies from straightedge office drones and degenerate faggots.
Do whatever you want, the gov't has made it clear they aren't going to enforce the laws against recreational users at a federal level.
I personally would never do anything that would effect my gun rights. Besides the way things are going it will be legal nationwide within a few years, better to just wait it out.
Are you currently researching this information in order to achieve a commercial or physical goal that aims to assist the entirety of humankind?
If not, this is a degenerative activity you are undertaking. Regardless of intent, you are contributing to the expense of physical resources. You were born a degenerate. Not just because someone several decades ago wrote down a thought. Fucking society can suck my dick. I hate you all. Learn to communicate.
I have a good friend in CO that had a Med card before it went legal for Rec and he was still able to buy guns. However he bought them after weed became legal and he had not renewed his card.
Also bump for interest.
Yeah me too. Theres supposed to be a petition out there for it but the site is really weak and our republican state would have to vote on it. Id say we have another few years before recreational legalization.
Sorry haven't been to /k/ in about a week. I dont know what that means.
Yeah thats how I feel, but its a long wait.
You got me there. I was more alluding to the term how most of the /pol/ crowd use it.
I just don't like how it's mostly a choice between guns and weed these days. I've never done marijuana, but I think it's stupid that it's illegal and enforcing it costs a shitload of money.
Dayposting about anything that requires more than a basic yes or no answer will result in shitposting from the masses of hamfisted keyboard warriors and nintenyearolds.
Just come back later for night /k/. It's better, I promise.
I have mine in az it's awesome
Just don't buy new guns
> fraud on 4473
Yeah. I can see the point that its potentially harmful, but harmful enough to strip you of your constitutional right to carry and defend yourself? I'm not seeing it.
Fair enough. If this thread doesnt go as planned I'll make it again later. So far so good though, and im used to sifting through shitposts.
I really love the state. We have some of the best gun and knive laws in the country, but this particular issue I dont support. We get too conservative for our own good sometimes. It's good and bad.
They let you purchase? Or do you have to go through a non-fed licensed shop?
Neither can I. Alcohol competely fucks me up.
The taxes would actually help the state though
OP everything is illegal in America.
The federal government and people that support it literally want to control your entire life while hypocritically enjoying the freedoms they restrict.
The countries a mess of bullshit.
Technically owning marijuana and firearms is a super big no-no at the federal level. The DEA is a federal entity. The DEA continues to raid state legal dispensaries because the federal government doesn't give a fuck about states rights.
I would not do it personally. If I did anything I would give my firearms to a trusted friend or family member for safe keeping if you need marijuana for some medical reason. The DEA does not care about you, they need to keep the lights on, and if that means raiding the house of a suspected armed drug dealer (you) they will do that, kill your dog, throw a flashbang into your child's crib and be lauded as heroes, medals all around.
>Do whatever you want, the gov't has made it clear they aren't going to enforce the laws against recreational users at a federal level.
Really if you follow all laws pertaining to medicinal cannabis in your state you would technically not be an unlawful user, so therefore You could honestly answer, "No," truthfully on the 4473
I was on morphine and vicodin for a couple of years for my back that was prescribed by a doctor. I could totally own guns in the eyes of the gov't, no problem. If I got a medical weed card, I shouldn't have them. I don't really get the logic here.
>The DEA continues to raid state legal dispensaries because the federal government doesn't give a fuck about states rights.
Except they don't. It's literally the one good thing Obongo has done (i feel a little unclean uttering that phrase)
That sounds terrible. My child doesn't even like flashbangs.
I know thats always a possibility, but I'm just wondering how often it gets enforced. I keep to myself mostly and I have a squeaky clean record as a white guy in an upper middle class side of town.
Califag here, I had a med card when i got my first gun at Turners Outdoorsman. A lot of people in Cali like weed and contrary to popular belief we also enjoy guns. I know plenty of people that own guns and have their med cards. Just dont do anything stupid like driving under the influence and if you somehow got a cc permit then imo I wouldnt have any bud on me. Also most dispensaries have armed guards and they usually have their med cards too. Oh and ive been to a few dispensaries where the employees open carry as well
For people that hate the feds so much, you guys sure act like little bitches when it comes to rights other than the Second Amendment
I wouldn't recommend shooting under the influence either.
Yeah, look back thirty-forty years ago when the cultural conservatism left over from the WW2 generation ruled the roost. We're so much better off now.
>haven't smoked in years
>don't plan to be habitual
Why the fuck are you going through the trouble of getting a card then? Just go over to your friends place who smokes and buy an eighth from him if you really feel the urge to smoke socially.
But honestly just don't waste your money on that shit, put it towards tangible assets that are useful and hold value (guns, reloading equipment, tools, etc.)
Years from now the only thing you will have to show for your expense, if everything goes perfectly wrt the law, is a slightly higher risk of lung cancer.