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    From the November 265, 2011 The Economist:


    Gun control: Have firearm, can travel | The Economist


    ONE question that worries many visitors to defensivecarry.com, a website devoted to the delights and pitfalls of life with a hidden gun, is whether their “concealed-carry” permits will be valid outside the state in which they are issued.
    The question of which states have the cheapest and easiest-to-obtain permits is another popular topic on defensivecarry.com.
    I guess the site is gaining some traction, now that the paper magazine trade is referring to the cyber-sources.......

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    barack obama, the bogeyman of gun-rights groups, has wavered on the subject of concealed carry. He claimed to oppose it as a candidate, but then signed a law permitting it in national parks in 2009.
    These “reporters” always bring up National Park Carry as if the whitehouse resident happily signed it into law when in reality it was signed just to get the so-called credit card reform passed.
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    Still waiting for someone, anyone, to admit that there is not blood running down the trails of the National Parks since CC became legal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paramedic70002 View Post
    Still waiting for someone, anyone, to admit that there is not blood running down the trails of the National Parks since CC became legal.
    I talked to a ranger in the Great Smoky Mountians NP, they told me they ran into about the same amount of weapons as before the law. No real increase in the amount of weapons encountered. Not sure if that's good or bad.
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