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Diesel Dan

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PostSubject: CCW question   August 21st 2013, 1:44 pm

For the "legit" self defense crowd Shocked ,

Our son is a traveling lineman for the electric utilities and has been from Texas, N.J., Alabama and most places in between. What are his options for a CCW since he can literally be in 10 states a year? As everyone knows if you're in a storm damaged area things can get "dicey" to say the least. Then there is Chicago on a normal day.....
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PostSubject: Re: CCW question   August 21st 2013, 5:02 pm

It's different state to state, some states flat don't allow anything, some allow permits from within the state only, some allow from outside the state. Typically, the more violent gun crimes you see, the less gun ownership that is allowed. See Chicago as an example. The whole "shall not be infringed" was just too damned confusing to the average political leach so they phucked it up along with the rest of it.

You've never seen one of these supposed mental lunatics attack anything other than a gun free zone either. Odd how insanity only goes so far.....

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PostSubject: Re: CCW question   August 22nd 2013, 12:07 am

He'll likely need to apply for the CCW/CHL in his home state. Not sure if he can hold a CCW/CHL license in multiple states. Some states will often honor others or have reciproal agreements to honor each others CCW/CHL laws.

I know in Texas we have CCW/CHL unilateral (Texas honoring the other state CCW), and reciprocal (Texas and the other state honoring each other) for 43 of the 50 states.

http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/RSD/CHL/legal/reciprocity/

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PostSubject: Re: CCW question   August 22nd 2013, 6:58 pm

New Jersey does not honor CCW from other states. With the exception of maybe Vermont, and PA. you will find none of the Northeast states do. PA recently won't allow CCW from Fla.

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PostSubject: Re: CCW question   August 23rd 2013, 2:16 am

Ok, does it apply if carried out in the open?
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PostSubject: Re: CCW question   August 23rd 2013, 1:40 pm

I would highly recommend researching the laws in each state.  It's not a trivial task by any means.  All states will typically have variances when it comes to what's legal for residence and non-residences with possessing, open, or concealed.  

Arizona has open and conceal carry no license required.  Age 18 and up can open carry.  Age 21 and up adds the ability to conceal carry.  Again no license required.

Oklahoma honors open carry with the CCW license for residences.  

From what I've read and understand about Texas CHL holders can't open carry in Oklahoma, but Texas CHL permit holders can conceal in Oklahoma as there is a reciprocity agreement between the states for CCW/CHL.  There's been considerable people asking the legality of Texas CHL being able to open carry in Oklahoma, the answer seems to be no at the current time.

Generally in most all states are are places of exception for open or concealed.  Typically schools, hospitals, government buildings, professional and collegiate or interscholastic sporting events, places that serve alcohol or alcohol is greater than X% of revenue. In Texas its penal code 30.06, if this is posted at the establishment you can't carry a firearm into the building/structure.  Again these law specifics will vary greatly from state to state and residence vs non-residences. There's no simple answer.

It's a tremendous effort to undergo, in locating the detail and difference between each state.  Then finding out what applies to residences vs non-residences is significant task.  Having a CCW/CHL in one state and what's accepted in other state adds to the fun.

In Texas you can legally open carry a long rifle, but there are county and city ordinances that can be used at discretion to screw with you if desired. One of which here in my city that if my conduct in public causes alarm of other citizens, people calling 911 scared because someone is walking down the street with a long rifle slung across your back, can be in my city used to arrest you.

Its not a simple answer.
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