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    Quote Originally Posted by jaxon1174 View Post
    I have my Indiana resident permit. I am military stationed in New Jersey. You can forget getting one there unless you have a valid current credible threat against your life... even then probably not. My neighbor could carry when he was a active corrections officer, once he retired he had to give up his permit. Even retired cops cannot carry in the PRNJ.

    Like Islander said each state varies... check the maps.
    Not true, under the Federal law H.R.218 any retired LEO with some restrictions such as at least 15 years honorable service and no mental problems may carry in any state if they follow their home state law's about re-qualifying with the firearm. I retired from Atlantic City N.J.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhino View Post
    No, you can't. Not all states grant that right to retired LEOs.
    Also not true, State law cannot override Federal Law.
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    I have S.C. in state & Utah out of state. Covers everywhere I go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgtbill View Post
    Also not true, State law cannot override Federal Law.
    Bill
    That doesn't work so well in practice at the scene of a crime. Just as with the Gun owners Protection Act, the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act, particularly as it applies to retirees, usually comes into play after the fact. Sometimes it can be well after the fact, mainly due to confirmation of the training requirement. And also just as with the Gun owners Protection Act, some jurisdictions flat out don't recognize it. You might be in the right legally, but it's going to cost you a lot of money, time and a heck of a lot of legal agony to prove it. If you want proof, try carrying a gun in New York City, let the cops there know you're carrying it, and see how far you get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgtbill View Post
    Not true, under the Federal law H.R.218 any retired LEO with some restrictions such as at least 15 years honorable service and no mental problems may carry in any state if they follow their home state law's about re-qualifying with the firearm. I retired from Atlantic City N.J.
    Bill
    Thanks for the correction. I dont claim to be an expert. Some comes from word of mouth (people i trust though), and reading the state statutes, which can be confusing if you are not a lawyer...
    Pick one that starts with a "4." Carry it every day. Practice, practice, practice. Pray you never need it.

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