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  1. Quote Originally Posted by CharlesMorrison View Post
    Your post is nothing but a huge steaming pile of crap.
    I live here in Vermont and for YOU to try and tell ME what is the legal facts of residency is a huge pile of dung.
    I can drive from one end of MY state to the other carrying either openly or concealed without even the REMOTE possibility I'd get hassled.
    Do me a favor and don't TRY to pass off your BS as fact when it is so obvious you neither live here in Vermont nor do you have any semblance of a friggin clue as to what your talking about!
    Go peddle your misinformation to someone else...
    One last thing..
    Calm down, Charlie. Our disagreement obviously hinges on my belief that federal laws apply in Vermont, whereas you don't believe they apply in Vermont. You keep believing what you believe, and I'll keep believing what I believe to be true. We can still keep it civil.

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  3. #42
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    I would stay in West Virginia. We are very pro gun.


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    Quote Originally Posted by vt_shooter View Post
    Calm down, Charlie. Our disagreement obviously hinges on my belief that federal laws apply in Vermont, whereas you don't believe they apply in Vermont. You keep believing what you believe, and I'll keep believing what I believe to be true. We can still keep it civil.
    The Federal Law is in place here in Vermont. Our Law Enforcement Organizations have stated that they believe them to be Unconstitutional and as such, they will not enforce them. There, I hope that bit of info has been cleared up for ya cupcake!
    Now.... For the rest of your Tripe.... There are NO "patchwork Laws" that make travel across this great state a problem, Period. It shows either your ignorance of "our" laws or just goes to prove that you don't have a clue as to what you speak of.
    So.. Lets re-cap here... You know nothing of the laws of Vermont. See? Now wasn't that much easier than trying to BS your way through a post?

  5. Quote Originally Posted by CharlesMorrison View Post
    The Federal Law is in place here in Vermont. Our Law Enforcement Organizations have stated that they believe them to be Unconstitutional and as such, they will not enforce them. There, I hope that bit of info has been cleared up for ya cupcake!
    Now.... For the rest of your Tripe.... There are NO "patchwork Laws" that make travel across this great state a problem, Period. It shows either your ignorance of "our" laws or just goes to prove that you don't have a clue as to what you speak of.
    So.. Lets re-cap here... You know nothing of the laws of Vermont. See? Now wasn't that much easier than trying to BS your way through a post?
    Charlie, my first post in this thread was intended to be helpful - people might pick a state to live in based on a state being gun-friendly. I merely wanted to point out that Vermont's not having CCW permits presents a problem with regards to federal gun free school zone laws. If local police aren't concerned about the federal gun free school zone law, it's not because they view it as unconstitutional, it's because they don't *have to* play a federal enforcement role. I merely wanted to point out that the Federal law could be a problem if someone *wanted* to push it. That doesn't mean they will. I never mentioned Vermont state laws, so I am mystified as to why you claim I know nothing about them. People should not be fat, dumb, and happy when it comes to laws and firearms - they need to be informed. BTW, the gun-free school zone law has been on the books since 1995, and it has not been successfully challenged as being unconstitutional. That law, 18 U.S.C. 922(q), trumps Vermont state law thanks to Federal Preemption. If you're unconvinced, copy some of those terms and put them into Google, and educate yourself.

    I have nothing more to say. I hope you can find it in yourself to try harder to be civil.

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    Charlie and VTshooter, The problem is clarity between you two.
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    Charlie, the reason he brings up this federal law is that it specifically allows carry in a school zone ONLY if you have a permit issued by the state in question, and reciprocity technically doesn't count.
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    VT, If the state has no permits, I'm sure a halfway lucid public defender could fight that one with a hangover if necessary. Also, most local/city/state LEO refuse to cite federal law during an arrest, because they would then have to involve federal LEO's to help prosecute. There are plenty of state laws to convict criminals of without dragging out US Code, and federal officers don't spend a lot of time patrolling school zones.
    Chief

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  8. Idaho ( I am a PNW guy) , AZ, ( snowbird to winters is the plan) TX ( My daughter lives there) any of these 3 are fine with me .


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  9. I love my state of Tennessee (especially the part of living in a county with less than 3000 people). But if I had to go somewhere it would be reclusive Alaska.


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  10. #49
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    I have relatives in Arizona so that is where I would go. Arizona has very good gun laws, better than most.

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    Needing a license to carry a gun is unconstitutional.

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