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  1. #11
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    The second amendment does not say anything about needing a permit to keep and bear arms so while I see the point you are trying to make, It pisses me off that you would make that point instead of the point I just made. But you are free to make it so enjoy it but think about the bad that could happen if all the states said screw it you have to have our state CWP / CPL if you want to carry in our state cause we need the money from it.

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  3. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by BC1 View Post
    Here in NY it's very unfriendly. We don't honor any other state's permit. But why punish the good people of this state over the actions of the legislature.
    Frankly I am surprised that you choose to make you living in this field, given youq location?

  4. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Punch View Post
    Nebraska has full reciprocity. If you recognize our permit, we recognize yours. If our citizens cannot carry in your state, don't bother carrying in ours. Fair is fair.
    That's pretty childish for a govt agency...but PA is pretty much the same.

  5. #14
    It is a licensing requirement and a way for a state exercise control. Some states understand and value self protection, whereas some states believe that protection should come more from the state itself. The City of Philadelphia basically, and illegally, made itself a residents only/may issue municipality, even though Pensylvania allows permits from other states and is a shall issue state.

  6. Wow i think thats what i was saying,i love 2 shop in vegas,But i'll b damed if i will go 2 the most violent city in the usa w/out my gun,And i dont give a rats ass about Tourism benefits because thats not where i make my money >>WHATS FAIR IS FAIR<< so screw nevada!!!!! When nevada ppl,are traveling through utah they can lock their gun in a case and put it in the trunk like we do when we visit there state!!!!

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    When I took the front sight training course in Nevada they asked us to keep the weapons unloaded as we traveled to and from Pahrump to the training area. They seemed to have an understanding with the local cops. We complied and I heard of no problems. I didn't have to carry weapon and ammo in a locked box or anything. Of course Front sight brings in about (get ready, this is one of those internet statistic guesses)70% of all tourist traffic to the mini metropolis so perhaps this affects our treatment there.
    Typos are for the entertainment of the reader. Don't let it go to your head!

  8. Quote Originally Posted by BC1 View Post
    Here in NY it's very unfriendly. We don't honor any other state's permit. But why punish the good people of this state over the actions of the legislature.
    Because the 'good people of this state' have let the legislature run amok and pass such bad (for the people of NY) laws.

    Either our permits are equal or they aren't. You can't have it both ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twogunwilly View Post
    This ^
    Because the good people of your state place the politicians in office.

  10. Think about it--you want to restrict the rights of fellow gun carriers to punish anti-gunners? I say we should all be pushing our state legislatures to honor pistol permits from every state!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jg1967 View Post
    Frankly I am surprised that you choose to make you living in this field, given youq location?
    This is a side-thing I do. I was always a sports shooter and became interested in getting instructor certs, but it's not what I did for a career. I have a graduate degree in computer science and spent about 23 years in software engineering (which I learned to despise). But I love to teach new shooters proper safety and help them get their permits. I feel it's the best contribution I can make to the issue.
    GOD, GUNS and GUITARS

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