Delaware - Virginia

Delaware - Virginia

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    Delaware - Virginia

    When did Delaware start honoring Virginia CHP's? We're gaining a few states every year.
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    Last month IIRC. I'm very happy about this one!
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    Thanks GWRedDragon. I travel through DE going to Atlantic City once a year, but that want help because I can't take my pistol to "Jersey".
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    Delaware is a great place to visit on its own. Very pretty state and sales-tax free of course.

    I always noticed that when you drive across the border into NJ everything goes from clean and pretty to smelly, dirty and crumbling. Why anyone would want to vacation in NJ is beyond me.

    And now that DE has reciprocity for my permit, it is even better!

    Ever been to a punkin chunkin?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GWRedDragon View Post
    <snip> Why anyone would want to vacation in NJ is beyond me.<snip>
    We call it "poker" and we love to watch folks from NYC to their money. I've bought 2 handguns with poker money I won in AC.
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    GWRedDragon.......

    Never been to one, but the Second Amendment II has it's home nearby. I drive past it all the time. It's a compressed air type and I hear it can throw a punkin about 400 yards.

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    I saw that thing in TV, I surprised the Brady Campaign hasn't tried to ban that too. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by GWRedDragon View Post
    Delaware is a great place to visit on its own. Very pretty state and sales-tax free of course.

    I always noticed that when you drive across the border into NJ everything goes from clean and pretty to smelly, dirty and crumbling. Why anyone would want to vacation in NJ is beyond me.

    And now that DE has reciprocity for my permit, it is even better!

    Ever been to a punkin chunkin?
    It's called taking the little lady to Caesar's Palace to gamble w/comped rooms and meals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy McC View Post
    Thanks GWRedDragon. I travel through DE going to Atlantic City once a year, but that want help because I can't take my pistol to "Jersey".
    or maryland; DE is surrounded except PA to our north
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbqgrill View Post
    or maryland; DE is surrounded except PA to our north
    I don't take my pistol to NJ because I spend a few days there.

    I can legally "pass through" MD, or any state, if my pistol is properly stored because of the McClure-Volkmer act of 1986 if I am going to a jurisdicton where possession is legal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy McC View Post
    I can legally "pass through" MD, or any state, if my pistol is properly stored because of the McClure-Volkmer act of 1986 if I am going to a jurisdicton where possession is legal.
    I get that part; unfortunately a "properly" stored firearm is not available to protect your life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbqgrill View Post
    I get that part; unfortunately a "properly" stored firearm is not available to protect your life.
    I do that. I unload and lock up and don't stop once while in an unfriendly state, not even for gas. I don't think it's a big deal if you do that. Luckily the vehicle I'm driving now can go over 500 miles on a single tank of gas. And, I'm sure it would make a great defensive weapon as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbqgrill View Post
    I get that part; unfortunately a "properly" stored firearm is not available to protect your life.
    That's the way some states want it. Maybe some day we can help change some gun laws by voting anti-gunners OUT.
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    For those who think it is a major change when you leave Delaware and enter NJ you need to go to the northern part as in Newark. Then you will realize that South NJ is the Garden State.
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