Is a CCW permit considered registration

Is a CCW permit considered registration

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    Is a CCW permit considered registration

    I am of the opinion that registration is the first step towards confiscation, extermination, etc.

    Is getting a CCW and puting my name on file the first step towards my extermination?
    The problem with gun control is that drugs are already illegal.


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    With todays environment, who knows?
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    Not in my view. Your state has certified that you are responsible enough to carry a firearm on your person in public. They don't give them to everyone who applies either. I know a couple people who were denied for some stuff on their record they forgot to take care of. If they gave them to everyone then it would be more of a registration.
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    Because FL has Concealed Weapons and Firearms License (CWFL) I may have one to cover my concealed knife. Just saying. Now to put my tin hat back on.
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    If they gave them to everyone then it would be more of a registration.
    You are registered as a gun owner. Your guns arent registered.

    Does it matter when push comes to shove what you have, or that you just have it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Because FL has Concealed Weapons and Firearms License (CWFL) I may have one to cover my concealed knife. Just saying. Now to put my tin hat back on.
    Yep or even if you wanted to carry around a billy club you technically could.

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    You are registered as a gun owner. Your guns arent registered.

    Does it matter when push comes to shove what you have, or that you just have it?
    Someone didn't read the thread title.
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    Just because you have a CCW, doesn't mean you have any firearms. No1.gif
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmdrdredd View Post
    Yep or even if you wanted to carry around a billy club you technically could.



    Someone didn't read the thread title.
    Actually, I think you were the one who didn't read the title. I didn't specify what was being registered.

    We are the ones who say don't blame the gun, blame the person who pulls the trigger.
    The problem with gun control is that drugs are already illegal.

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    hey don't give it to everyone. If they did...that would be more in line with registration IMO. As OJDerrick pointed out, having a CCW doesn't mean you actually own a firearm yourself.

    So you have your name on file? They already have me in the DMV for my driver license, car registration, and insurance. So personally...I don't see it as anything to worry about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OJDerrick View Post
    Just because you have a CCW, doesn't mean you have any firearms. No1.gif
    I don't know too many with a CCW that DON'T own firearms. But then again I don't get out much.

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    In VA you do not have to give any information about your firearm when you apply at the courthouse for a CHP. Just present a certificate of training, fill out the form, name, address, have you been good bla bla, but nothing with regard to your guns make or the serial number. The sherrif checks your criminal history. The FFL dealer has to retain the information about the sale of the gun for 20 years, and that does include the details about the gun. The authorities have access to those records any time they wish.If you made a private deal, no record of the gun. Once the CHP is issued it is in the system and will show that you have it if you are stopped by LEO, but nothing about the gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmdrdredd View Post
    hey don't give it to everyone. If they did...that would be more in line with registration IMO. As OJDerrick pointed out, having a CCW doesn't mean you actually own a firearm yourself.

    So you have your name on file? They already have me in the DMV for my driver license, car registration, and insurance. So personally...I don't see it as anything to worry about.
    Would a tyrannical government have a reason to exterminate everyone who has a car?
    The problem with gun control is that drugs are already illegal.

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    I would say no. If you register your guns you could get a very legal and threatening letter stating you have 14 days to surrender a "Glock 19 with a Serial# 123456". If your CCW is not attached to a specific gun, they may assume (correctly) you own a gun, but without a warrant it would be tough for them to confiscate them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rigel42 View Post
    I would say no. If you register your guns you could get a very legal and threatening letter stating you have 14 days to surrender a "Glock 19 with a Serial# 123456". If your CCW is not attached to a specific gun, they may assume (correctly) you own a gun, but without a warrant it would be tough for them to confiscate them.
    What if they aren't interested in the gun, but they're interested in the gun owners?
    The problem with gun control is that drugs are already illegal.

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