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    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker's Mom View Post
    Congratulations for getting out of it without any difficulty at all. Not many are as lucky as you...
    I don't think this is an accurate statement. I've been stopped while carrying, without a problem. And I think that's true of most stops. No hassle or very little hassle, as long as you aren't breaking the law or making the officer feel threatened.
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  3. I was pulled over while carrying without a permit in Arkansas by a pair of troopers for driving a p.o.s. I had a bag on the seat of my truck. They wanted to look in it. I told them I had a handgun in there. No big deal. They looked through my bag. Told me to get a permit and gave me a warning about my tag lights or something.

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    Hate to shock anyone here but this is how most encounters are, hence the reason why people dont bother putting videos of peaceful encounters with cops all over the internet.

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    FL LEO can confirm it without your permit number. Not sure if they run it by SSN or what. I'm sure NY is the same way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff S View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by amsgator View Post
    FL LEO can confirm it without your permit number. Not sure if they run it by SSN or what. I'm sure NY is the same way
    Could be like TN also.

    In TN a LEO can get DL/HCP info by Name only, Name and DOB, SSN and I think 1 or 2 other ways, been a few years.

    I'm just saying in TN (and no other state I know of for sure) it is not a one step process to know if someone has a permit from their license plate.
    “Because when seconds count, the police are only minutes away”

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    Quote Originally Posted by dojoman View Post
    Yeah NY being so crazy about gun laws still makes me shocked we don't have to notify the police. I have not been pulled over yet, but I would inform them out of respect. Why make a big deal over something minor. Good to hear the trooper was professional and didn't go all Ohio on you. We NYers know how uptight they can be, especially after that shooting last year with the cab.
    The crazy gun laws claims are unfounded. Other than requiring a permit, not allowoing reciprocity and not issueing non-res permits, NY has some very liberal practices. Once you get a permit you have more rights than in most "gun friendly" states. However, I would not volunteer this information unless asked to step out of the car or if the gun is in a pocketbook or glove box that must be opened.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amsgator View Post
    FL LEO can confirm it without your permit number. Not sure if they run it by SSN or what. I'm sure NY is the same way
    At the present time NY can't verify by SS number or drivers license. Never give your SS number to anyone other than a NICS check or tax filing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1 View Post
    The crazy gun laws claims are unfounded. Other than requiring a permit, not allowoing reciprocity and not issueing non-res permits, NY has some very liberal practices. Once you get a permit you have more rights than in most "gun friendly" states. However, I would not volunteer this information unless asked to step out of the car or if the gun is in a pocketbook or glove box that must be opened.
    Agree with all of it.

    It's just that I thought it was near impossible to get a permit in NY....
    “Because when seconds count, the police are only minutes away”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallguy View Post
    Agree with all of it.

    It's just that I thought it was near impossible to get a permit in NY....
    I will agree that NYS treats permit applicants unfairly. As a discretionary state the level of carry they allow is based on the sole opinion of the licensing agent (judge or police official). Some counties such as Dutchess, Orange and Ulster (40 miles from NYC) regularly grant unrestricted permits while others place restrictions on carry. For those with restrictions we always recommend they take a concealed carry class or NRA PPOTH and then file for an amendment to the license, unrestricting the carry. Another tactic is to become an NRA certified instructor and then ask to have restrictions lifted. But there are still some judges who will interject their personal or politcal views and deny the request. As part of our permit services we often have an attorney appear with the applicant to argue the case for removing restrictions. It costs a little bit more but most applicants find it worth the extra effort.

    Many USA Carry members have followed our advice and were issued a full CCW permit without any problem.

    Sorry if I blew your cover Jeff! BTW, we're doing a free PP shooting clinic in Sept.
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