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Old 01-18-2012, 05:23 AM   #31
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Wow...

And I was just starting to miss that Glock-something-or-other guy?

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Old 01-18-2012, 05:25 AM   #32
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Wow...

And I was just starting to miss that Glock-something-or-other guy?

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Maybe thats who it was?? Again


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Old 01-18-2012, 07:20 PM   #33
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With any legal question, best just go to the statute & read it for yourself. If you're like me & have a problem reading legaleeze, best consult a lawyer that specializes in that field. If you have a run-in with an officer, ignorance is not going to do you any good.
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Old 01-18-2012, 07:53 PM   #34
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No, I do not present it, unless asked. Also, when it expires I won't be able to renew it without first getting a Texas CHL, which I probably will. In Texas, you no longer need to present unless asked. If I'm lazy, guess I'll get a Florida non-resident CHL since the same instructor now teaches the Florida class and it's more hassle-free than the Texas class.
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Check this site out( Handgunlaws.us)
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Check the Utah Permit changes now in effect. You will need a home state permit to renew or apply for a Utah CCW. If your state does not have CCWs such as Ill. you can apply without a home state CCW.
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No, I do not present it, unless asked. Also, when it expires I won't be able to renew it without first getting a Texas CHL, which I probably will. In Texas, you no longer need to present unless asked. If I'm lazy, guess I'll get a Florida non-resident CHL since the same instructor now teaches the Florida class and it's more hassle-free than the Texas class.
Where did you see that you do not have to present your Texas CHL?
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