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 Post subject: Re: Gun laws on the Navajo Reservation? UPDATED
New postPosted: 27 Mar 2012, 22:43 
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+10 , My Navajo buddies remind me, they have more weapons then you think. They won't loose next time.
The tribes are not your enemy, the same gov. that controls all of us is.[/quote]


Oh I think they'd lose again...


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 Post subject: Re: Gun laws on the Navajo Reservation? UPDATED
New postPosted: 28 Mar 2012, 13:19 
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miketoldall wrote:
i currently work at Desert Diamond Casino (unfortunately) and I know the casino itself bans firearms, and i was always told by my coworkers the entire tohono o'odham rez banned guns, now i think that may not be true, i will ask the TOPD when i go to work tomorrow


The signs as you go into the TO res indicate "No Firearms" (along with a bunch of other "NOs"; there is one on the off ramp at the San Xavier Rd exit off I-19; haven't seen others, but I'm sure they're around. Don't know if they really "mean it" or not now. I do know as long as you're between the right-of-way fences on state highways in ANY res, its legal to carry in any manner that is legal in the state of AZ. As soon as you pull into your favorite Circle K on the res, you could be in trouble though, don't know for sure about that.

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 Post subject: Re: Gun laws on the Navajo Reservation? UPDATED
New postPosted: 28 Mar 2012, 19:05 
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miketoldall wrote:
i currently work at Desert Diamond Casino (unfortunately) and I know the casino itself bans firearms, and i was always told by my coworkers the entire tohono o'odham rez banned guns, now i think that may not be true, i will ask the TOPD when i go to work tomorrow


The signs as you go into the TO res indicate "No Firearms" (along with a bunch of other "NOs"; there is one on the off ramp at the San Xavier Rd exit off I-19; haven't seen others, but I'm sure they're around. Don't know if they really "mean it" or not now. I do know as long as you're between the right-of-way fences on state highways in ANY res, its legal to carry in any manner that is legal in the state of AZ. As soon as you pull into your favorite Circle K on the res, you could be in trouble though, don't know for sure about that.


Im still waiting on an answer, ironically the TOPD officers normally eat breakfast at the casino employee dining room every morning, but since I made this post I havent seen any of them in there [smilie=anim_banghead.gif]


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 Post subject: Re: Gun laws on the Navajo Reservation? UPDATED
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I drove thru the Navajo reservation this past weekend and was stunned by the beauty of the place. After reading the hate that was spewed in this thread I figured it would be three plus hours of shanties and dilapidated trailers. Tuba City and Kaynta were dumps but the rest of the place in both AZ and UT was amazing. Monument Valley was both enormous and indescribable. I can't comment of the CCW situation but I didn't see a single tribal officer "clocking" traffic. DPS on the other hand had a heyday on 89.

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 Post subject: Re: Gun laws on the Navajo Reservation? UPDATED
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I drove thru the Navajo reservation this past weekend and was stunned by the beauty of the place. After reading the hate that was spewed in this thread I figured it would be three plus hours of shanties and dilapidated trailers. Tuba City and Kaynta were dumps but the rest of the place in both AZ and UT was amazing. Monument Valley was both enormous and indescribable. I can't comment of the CCW situation but I didn't see a single tribal officer "clocking" traffic. DPS on the other hand had a heyday on 89.


I drive through there at least 6 times a year. You think Kayenta is a dump? [smilie=icon_eek.gif]

Its one of the nicest towns on the entire rez. The "rest of the place" you refer to up through Monument and on into Utah is mostly unpopulated and IS very beautiful. Take 191 up through Ganado and Chinle sometime and then let us know what you think...again, once you're away from the "populated" areas its quite beautiful, Canyon De Chelly is awesome.

DPS is ALWAYS nailing folks on 89, usually within 30 miles or so of Flag...

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 Post subject: Re: Gun laws on the Navajo Reservation? UPDATED
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howdy all, I'm new here but lurk quit a bit. I'm a holder of a a AZ CCW, I do carry occasionally, I was born and raised on the reservation and live here in Tuba City, I will have to agree, some of the little towns could/need cleaning up. Like most of Arizona we have an influx of bad people that decided to make a living in my home town. Just recently drive by shootings have been making the news, sad, this is something that was unheard of 10 years ago. I'm employeed with the Navajo Nation Goverement and I greet Law enforcement on a daily basis. All of them know me and my hobbies, so I guess I have a in with these folks. I will have to start asking each individual officers their take, I do know for a Navajo we have laws we have to follow, Navajo Hunting and Trapping regualtion: 2.00, 2.01 permits, certificate, and stamp requirement: A Navajo Nation hunting permit is required and must be possessed to: A. Carry a firearm or bow and arrow in the forest, woodland or rangeland of the Navajo Nation or lands it owns and/or controls.

might want to look into if visiting some of our parks and recreation areas. A small game permit is my first purchase every year, these small game permits are also available to non-Navajo. Like a poster said before, if you believe in the second amendment we are all friends. Have a good day.


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 Post subject: Re: Gun laws on the Navajo Reservation? UPDATED
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Thanks, gebudjr. I'm sure that others, like I, are very curious to see if you can clarify this for us.

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