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    I have the right to carry a gun if I want to . I carried many of them for this country in Nam to protect ALL of this country. But if I get a permit to carry it goes by state and I am only aloud to carry in a number of States. This is WRONG. I laid my life on the line for ALL of them not just a couple of states. My permit should be good in ALL the states.

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    If you were Military Police at some time during your service, you can now carry in all 50 States, and US territories under HR218 Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act.

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    That's what the constitution says. Yet we allow the liborats to sacrifice the rights of many to protect the butthurt feelings of the very few.

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    You're preaching to the choir.

    It's generally getting better on the reciprocity and recognition fronts, though there are cases of backtracking from time to time. In the past year, several more states have joined the "recognize all other state permits" fold.

    Just don't hold your breath on being able to travel to all 57 states on one permit any time soon.
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    Some states have chosen to hand in their rights and join the French surrender monkeys.

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    During my time in the army I was asked to go to a police station and escort a deserter back to the base. I was issued a 1911 and orders for the task. Does that qualify for concealed carry in all 50 states and US territories? How would I prove I did this? Should it be in my records somewhere?

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    Howdy falee,

    Quote Originally Posted by falee642 View Post
    During my time in the army I was asked to go to a police station and escort a deserter back to the base. I was issued a 1911 and orders for the task. Does that qualify for concealed carry in all 50 states and US territories? How would I prove I did this? Should it be in my records somewhere?
    According to Wikipedia:

    has statutory powers of arrest, or apprehension under section 807(b) of title 10, United States Code (article 7(b) of the Uniform Code of Military Justice);


    While on AD I worked for an Absentee Collection Unit ( ACU ) and I did have the power to "arrest and/or apprehend" deserters. I arrest and apprehended deserters in +25 states and two foreign countries ( Italy and Brazil ) and I have had ZERO luck getting any type of paperwork from Uncle Sam that would allow me to CCW under the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act.

    I also worked for the State of Arkansas and Texas where I carried a gun and a badge, plus for Uncle Sam as a contractor and still have not had any luck getting the proper paperwork.

    Some of this is due to the fact that this happened over twenty years ago.

    Paul
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    Quote Originally Posted by John M Nelson View Post
    If you were Military Police at some time during your service, you can now carry in all 50 States, and US territories under HR218 Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act.

    Incorrect, LEOSA only applies to MP's if separated after 10 years as an MP, and even then, have fun meeting the ID requirements of LEOSA. DD-214 doesn't cut it. They must MAINTAIN an ID that identifies them as retired law enforcement, The wording of LEOSA was changed at one point to correct that, but the "fix" doesn't' really work. I've got 2 former MP's in my Family that still can't pull it off.

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    The sheeple have given up many of our "Rights". To Carry in these times, requires a CCL, mostly so that you are Legal and not confused with a Criminal.My Arkansas CCL is good in 27 states.

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    Agreed!

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