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    VA and OK only ask about the applicant.


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    No questions like that on North carolina app.
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    So far Arizona, California, Florida, Kansas, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania do NOT require that you inform on members of your family and invade their privacy in order to exercise your Constitutional right to own a firearm.
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    Neither does Missouri
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    I don't remember questions like that for TX. But, the applicant signed a release allowing a search of medical, legal and financial records.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rangefinder View Post
    I don't remember questions like that for TX. But, the applicant signed a release allowing a search of medical, legal and financial records.
    I can understand the requirement that the applicant sign a release for their medical records but requiring the applicant to provide private medical information about another individual violates the privacy of that individual IMHO.

    Although criminal history may be a matter of public record demanding that the applicant disclose the criminal history of another individual is somewhat bothersome to me not only with respect to privacy but the connection being made between another individuals criminal history should have on my exercise of Constitutional rights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint77 View Post
    I dont believe so, in Ohio. At least, I dont recall them.
    nope! No question like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2edgesword View Post
    ...had to answer questions like this on your CCW application?

    44. Has anyone in your household been convicted of a felony or serious offense? YES NO

    45. Have you or any member of your household ever suffered mental illness, or been confined to any hospital, public or private institution, for mental illness?

    The key word here is HOUSEHOLD....... felons are NOT allowed into a residence where firearms are located, or stored. (yea, NOT my rule...don't beat me up over it) so it could be a valid question, since they MIGHT be accessable to the felon.
    Same thing for the second. If you have HOUSEHOLD member with mental instability, they COULD have access to the weapons......

    Sounds like reasonable questions I guess..... Don't remember if CO has those questions or not......

    Remember, as CCW holders, we are held to a higher standard, and have to put up with a few extra "issues" that sheep do not.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by ibesarcasm View Post
    The key word here is HOUSEHOLD....... felons are NOT allowed into a residence where firearms are located, or stored. (yea, NOT my rule...don't beat me up over it) so it could be a valid question, since they MIGHT be accessable to the felon.
    Same thing for the second. If you have HOUSEHOLD member with mental instability, they COULD have access to the weapons......

    Sounds like reasonable questions I guess..... Don't remember if CO has those questions or not......

    Remember, as CCW holders, we are held to a higher standard, and have to put up with a few extra "issues" that sheep do not.......
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    Understanding that it's not your rule...

    the rule that a felon is not allowed into a residence where firearms are kept is to put it bluntly a stupid rule, impossible to enforce AND should have no bearing on my ability to exercise my Constitutional rights.

    If you extend the logic behind this rule, if your wife, son or daughter gets a DWI all of the cars in the household are confiscated.

    I don't mind being held to a "higher standard". What I object to is my having to be responsible for the standards of others AND that I am being asked to infringe on the privacy of other individuals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ibesarcasm View Post
    The key word here is HOUSEHOLD....... felons are NOT allowed into a residence where firearms are located, or stored. (yea, NOT my rule...don't beat me up over it) so it could be a valid question, since they MIGHT be accessable to the felon.
    Same thing for the second. If you have HOUSEHOLD member with mental instability, they COULD have access to the weapons......

    Sounds like reasonable questions I guess..... Don't remember if CO has those questions or not......

    Remember, as CCW holders, we are held to a higher standard, and have to put up with a few extra "issues" that sheep do not.......
    Except that you don't have to be a felon to have a mental health record.
    Except that ASKING this question violates HIPPA.
    Except that asking this question violates the privacy of the household/family members
    Except that this question requires/mandates you to make involuntary statements about others regarding their private affairs thereby making YOU liable for any repercussions arising from said disclosures

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