CCW in other friendly states

CCW in other friendly states

This is a discussion on CCW in other friendly states within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I'm just curious has anyone here had a LEO experience in another state that honors your home state permit. How did it go and what ...

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    CCW in other friendly states

    I'm just curious has anyone here had a LEO experience in another state that honors your home state permit. How did it go and what happened?


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    I did have an experience with a Kentucky LEO a few months ago. I told him I was carrying, handed him my permit and DL, and that was about it. Nothing unusual at all.
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    Had a fender-bender in OK. Handed the trooper my DL & CHL. He asked me where it was and unloaded it for me. Other than that, he was pretty cool.

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    As long as you are CCing within the laws of that state everything should be fine. Although you can run into a uneducated LEO anywhere. The key is you better know the laws of that state because it is that state laws that matter not your issuing state. I have a friend of mine who is a truck driver. He has a notebook that contains all the states that NC has agreements with (which is quite a few, thankfully) he then has a copy of each states CCW laws. I think this is a great idea. I don't have a notebook but when I am going to travel into another state I usually print out that states laws and take it with me.
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    Got pulled over in TX. Informed the officer and all went well. No problems.
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    When driving through multiple states, I have a kneeboard with the applicable State's laws and copies of the reciprocity agreements between my state and the state I'm travelling through.

    I check for updates before I travel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herknav View Post
    He asked me where it was and unloaded it for me. Other than that, he was pretty cool.

    I wouldn't say he was cool at all.

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    I was in KY this last summer. Had an incident in a motel and I called 911...when the LEO arrived, I informed him of my CCW and he had no problem (said so...) with my carry...only asked where it was...then asked WHAT it was...his only other comment was that the Kimber Ultra was a nice gun! When business was completed he was quickly on his way!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herknav View Post
    Had a fender-bender in OK. Handed the trooper my DL & CHL. He asked me where it was and unloaded it for me. Other than that, he was pretty cool.
    Why would 'unloading' your weapon be pretty cool? This action angers me...no reason for it...completely unnecessary...OMO

    It sounds, apparently, like he had to go 'out of his way' to find and unload your weapon, leaving you in a parked car 'unarmed'..."Thanks a lot officer! Have a great day!"...again, OMO!
    Thankfully, most LEO's do not pull this routine...
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Why would 'unloading' your weapon be pretty cool? This action angers me...no reason for it...completely unnecessary...OMO

    It sounds, apparently, like he had to go 'out of his way' to find and unload your weapon, leaving you in a parked car 'unarmed'..."Thanks a lot officer! Have a great day!"...again, OMO!
    Thankfully, most LEO's do not pull this routine...
    So does the cop keep the cartridges just for the duration of the stop or does he keep them for keeps? That WOULD suck. It seems like that's akin to simply grabbing the gun away from you. It doesn't make any sense!
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    Quote Originally Posted by taggart View Post
    So does the cop keep the cartridges just for the duration of the stop or does he keep them for keeps? That WOULD suck. It seems like that's akin to simply grabbing the gun away from you. It doesn't make any sense!
    It's because he doesn't trust you or anyone else that's not in law enforcement. He's basically insecure. Bet he had his holster unsnapped as he walked up to the car, too.
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