I'm not sure I want to risk CCW out of state...

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    There's some oddball stuff in some of 'em. Florida basically bans from schools, government offices, bars (or portions of restaraunts devoted to alcohol sales), etc... and it goes on to include "a place of nuisance," which is open to interpretation. Generally it refers to a rally or demonstration, but may also include a house of ill repute or vicinity of a drug house.
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    What is the law in RI on this topic. Does anybody know or can they point me in the right direction?
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    As others have stated...you will be fine Tangle...don't worry about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rstickle
    The "in California" is the key phrase in your statement. It is required in some states, and failure to do so could get nasty.
    Yes, I think this is the main reason for notifying the LEO. You may be legally carrying a concealed weapon, but if the officer doesn't know and see's your gun, extra magazines, or whatever, it could turn into a very tense situation very quickly, so its for your safety as much as theirs.

    I keep my CCL tucked in my wallet right behind my DL, so when i pull the DL, the CCL comes out with it to hand to the officer along with my proof of insurance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by srfl
    As others have stated...you will be fine Tangle...don't worry about it.
    I like your confidence; but I want your assurance that you'll write me in jail if something goes badly.

    OK, you guys have persuaded me that if I have the reciprocity agreement with me and stick to NC laws, I should be OK, so I'll likely carry on the trip.

    Oh my goodness; I'm gettin' and takin' legal advice from the internet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangl:yup: e
    I like your confidence; but I want your assurance that you'll write me in jail if something goes badly.

    OK, you guys have persuaded me that if I have the reciprocity agreement with me and stick to NC laws, I should be OK, so I'll likely carry on the trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by srfl
    ....Tangle....for you my friend, I'd be willing to spring for a cake (with the proverbial file in it....maybe even a hacksaw) and send it to you via Fedex!



    Have a good trip (when you go).
    LOL! Well that was my last concern, and you've solved that, so I'm good to go!

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