New CC Law App for Android and Iphone

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    New CC Law App for Android and Iphone

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    Pretty good app for your smartphones.
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    Good idea, I'll be looking at that, thanks for posting
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    Link from their website doesn't work, couldn't find it on Google Play but I did find it on AppBrain

    $0.99 http://www.appbrain.com/app/legal-he...heat.legalheat

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    I use this app: App Store - CCW

    It's updated frequently to keep all information current and is only 0.99 cents. It was worth it for me.

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    Is this the same one the Marine used when he screwed it up and got arrested in NYC at the Empire State building?

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    I have no idea which app the Marine used, but I can't imagine ANY app saying that CC in NYC was OK! I thought it said he looked it up on the internet, not necessarily a phone app, but I'm not certain.

    Edited to add: In this article it says he used a "website" for information. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/29/ny...utor-says.html

    And here it says he *misread* the information on his cell phone: http://articles.cnn.com/2012-01-21/u...ivist?_s=PM:US

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    Quote Originally Posted by stancehold View Post
    I have no idea which app the Marine used, but I can't imagine ANY app saying that CC in NYC was OK! I thought it said he looked it up on the internet, not necessarily a phone app, but I'm not certain.

    Edited to add: In this article it says he used a "website" for information. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/29/ny...utor-says.html

    And here it says he *misread* the information on his cell phone: New York gun law triggers confusion, arrests for visitors - CNN
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    OK. I'm slow today.

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    I think that's the one I use as well, there's one on the market that is CRAP and is rarely (if ever) updated, so beware.

    Quote Originally Posted by stancehold View Post
    I use this app: App Store - CCW

    It's updated frequently to keep all information current and is only 0.99 cents. It was worth it for me.

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    I have had this app on my iphone for a while now. It has never been updated since I got it.
    I did notice that there was a discrepancy in the KS/NM reciprocity and recognition though.
    It is posted on the Open carry page that these will be added before August. I hope they update all info.

    All in all a good app, as a starting point. I would not use it as a legal aid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stancehold View Post
    I use this app: App Store - CCW

    It's updated frequently to keep all information current and is only 0.99 cents. It was worth it for me.
    This app has been updated at least twice in the past couple of weeks on my iPhone. I can recommend it.

    P.S. I know it's odd to reply to my own post, but I wanted to make sure it was understood which app I was referencing and recommending.

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