Concealed carry when you're traveling

Concealed carry when you're traveling

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    Concealed carry when you're traveling

    Well hell yes its dangerous if it wasnt i wouldnt be carrying it!
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    That is a very cool site.
    And it even had Nevada recognizing my Florida CCW.
    And that's a recent event

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    I have played around with this a little today and I like it. One thing I have always done before I travel is to make a booklet of each states regs. and if my licenses are legal there. As I am about to enter a state I check on my status and adjust accordingly.
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    My rule is if I can't carry there, I don't go except to drive straight through (N. Wis.). No money spent.
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    Thanks for the site...added to bookmarks...
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    Another cool site added to the "guns" folder in my bookmarks!

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