Do you think states should honor other states' concealed carry permits?

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    I hope are also contacting our Senators to let them know that the people want this in addition to hitting the poll.
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    I agree...National reciprocity vs National CCW i svery different. I voted BTW
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    95 % yes
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    I agree MOGA . It's not some dastardly conspiracy to take over CCW.

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    Moga & Cycler, 2 separate issues. This poll is a "what if" hypathetical (sp?) state-level scenario where all states recognize & honor a CCL /CHL from any other state, ie. a driver's license or a conventional marriage license (don't turn this into a "same-sex marriage" forum).

    The other is talk about a federal-issued CCL/CHL, totally managed by the feds, that would be universal among all 50 states. This is the one that many 2A proponents are leary of, wanting the feds to stay out of it & keeping control at the state-level.

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    If you look at the way the Drivers Licence is handled, it is actually a state compact as opposed to a Federal Enforcement. Such a compact with CCW would be a very good option since it would allow the states to sign on if they wished. Now you would probably only have 40 ore a few more states sign on, but, no debate on trampling states rights.
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    i hope this passes...

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    Poll is gone...

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    Do you think states should honor other states' concealed carry permits?
    Why not, states honor other states drivers license's don't they?
    Exactly so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccw9mm View Post
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    Why not, states honor other states drivers license's don't they?

    Exactly so.
    The difference, which virtually everbody has missed (or do not understand,) is that the drivers license compact is an agreement among the states. The Federal government did not shove their whim and force the states via Federal legislation.

    The states decide which CCW permits they hoose to accept. That is as it should be.


    Upstanding citizens are not the threat. Felons are.
    The overreaching Federal government, crushing the sovereignty of the states, is a far more dangerous threat than felons are. If only upstanding citizens understood the issues..

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    Absolutly. Thats how I survive thanks to graet states like VA, FL where I have non res permits and states like PA who accept the reciprocity laws.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moga View Post
    Damn skippy.

    I can't believe that more people in the community aren't enthusiastically supporting the Thune-Vitter amendment. National Reciprocity isn't about the Fed's ramrodding CCW down the throat of the states. It is the feds making sure that the states respect individual rights. Bout time! It's nonsense that most of us have three or more licenses and still have some places that we aren't able to carry due to training issues and others b/c they won't respect outside licenses no matter the issuing states.
    Not in this case. THis is feds ramming CCW down the throats of other states. The drivers license analogy is a bad one because they do that voluntarily. The 2nd Amendment has not been incorporated and until it does this is the state has the right to control CCW.

    This is Unconstitutional and violates the 10th Amendment. I do believe in CCW but the states should do it voluntarily. Why not just lobby your states to enter reciprocity agreements instead? That is Constitutional while forcing them to is not.

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    I'm probably alone here, but I can't say I'm... 100% behind this. Out of principle, which is very important, yes. I do have some very serious concerns, however.

    As I put more rounds down range and get better at different skillsets, I am more and more supportive of a lengthier, more involved qualification for permit holders (training I never was required to do). There is a part of me that says not to undermine the legislation of a state like Texas, which has a lengthy range qualification, but on the other hand my Virginia and Florida permits allow me to carry in TX anyways.

    On one hand, I think that we should ensure the right to self protection for people who are limited by their state, but I also feel it is not the fed's place to pass a bill that decides the states reps, elected by their constituents, are unable to make good decisions about public safety.

    It's a tougher decision than it appears on the surface, and if I had a choice I'd vote "yes", but I feel this way knowing the consequences and what it involves. A better way to handle this is of course to have better communicationa and cooperation between the states.

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    Amendment II

    A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed


    If you can legally own it than you should be able to carry it very simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrkrk View Post
    Amendment II

    A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed


    If you can legally own it than you should be able to carry it very simple.
    The Constitution says otherwise. Using your logic, where does it give legal requirements to own a gun?

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