This is a discussion on Inconsistent Rules on Concealed Carry within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by MitchellCT No. We live in a federal republic. ... I do NOT want national standards for firearms, for carry permits, NFA weapons, ...
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i would like to have at least less different laws. For example, neighboring states which have already similar laws could unify lists of places you are not allowed to carry. I live in Northern Florida. I am allowed to carry in Georgia, but the details are different (e.g. list of places I am not allowed to carry, wether or not to notify a police office if pulled over, and similar details)
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I agree, but very, very few officers who command a base are going to set drinking age at anything other than 21. They would have to answer for any 18-20 year olds who get drunk and do something stupid on their base if they change the drinking age. None of the places I ever served was the drinking age changed to 18. OMO.
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I would not want to make a major step back from our Minnesota carry law. Many more restrictions in most carry states then MN.
No permit required would be even better for all 50 states but the government would never let that happen.
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Lots of state variation in fireworks laws, motorcycle helmets, whether you can buy wine from a vineyard and have it delivered to your house, and restrictions on homeschooling. It's tough to find a state where personal freedom wins out on all of these issues.
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