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Jo da Plumbr 03-25-2010 04:22 PM

More CCW articles by MSNBC
 
Two more articles on CCW permits are on the MSNBC website.

22 minutes for a concealed-weapon permit - Life- msnbc.com


Utah, Florida help non-residents pack guns - Life- msnbc.com


Seems to me this lib rag is trying to stir up the masses.
The last article really hits close to home as I just got me Utah CCW 2 months ago.

dunerunner 03-25-2010 04:32 PM

Utah and Florida out of state permits don't help non-residents with concealed carry because those non-resident states have reciprocity with Utah and Florida.

These individuals could just as easily have gotten a resident carry permit.

These slanted news stories permeate the liberal media and it is time to start hammering back!!

Bigcountry02 03-25-2010 06:37 PM

The left media will not change their tune - they worship the great spenders of our time! They will defend at all means!

Watch the first video from this link:

During a debate on MSNBC yesterday, David Shuster attempted to put author Kevin Jackson on the spot by challenging him to name one incident where Republicans had been similarly “attacked”.

“Name one, name one,” yapped Shuster.

Pro-Obamacare Thugs, Not Tea Party Activists, Are The Real Violent Extremists

Yunus 03-25-2010 07:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dunerunner (Post 257232)
Utah and Florida out of state permits don't help non-residents with concealed carry because those non-resident states have reciprocity with Utah and Florida.

These individuals could just as easily have gotten a resident carry permit.

These slanted news stories permeate the liberal media and it is time to start hammering back!!

I'm not sure I understand what you mean specifically. I know I a Maryland resident can get a Utah permit and then cc in 28 states including all states that surrond MD but I still can't cc in MD.

Most states trust me more than my resident state does.

Jo da Plumbr 03-25-2010 07:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Yunus (Post 257300)
I'm not sure I understand what you mean specifically. I know I a Maryland resident can get a Utah permit and then cc in 28 states including all states that surrond MD but I still can't cc in MD.

Most states trust me more than my resident state does.

I have the same here in CA. CA is a may issue (but unlikely) state. And CA is non reciprocating with Utah.

I believe Delaware on the other hand is a may issue and does reciprocate. So if you live in Delaware and cannot get a Delaware CCW you can apply for CCW in Utah, a will issue state, then carry in Delaware.

RTMiller 06-10-2010 11:41 AM

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Originally Posted by Jo da Plumbr (Post 257304)
So if you live in Delaware and cannot get a Delaware CCW you can apply for CCW in Utah, a will issue state, then carry in Delaware.

Wow, this is very interesting. It is practically impossible to get a permit in Delaware. You must have a very compelling reason or you are summarily rejected (DE says they are a May Issue state but in reality they are a Unlikely To Issue state).

Has anyone done this? I would love more info on this...

NGIB 06-10-2010 01:17 PM

Before spending any money on the Utah permit, check to see whether DE residents can use a non-resident permit for carry. While a visitor to DE can carry with a Utah permit, I'll bet residents cannot...

Jo da Plumbr 06-10-2010 02:05 PM

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Originally Posted by RTMiller (Post 297725)
Wow, this is very interesting. It is practically impossible to get a permit in Delaware. You must have a very compelling reason or you are summarily rejected (DE says they are a May Issue state but in reality they are a Unlikely To Issue state).

Has anyone done this? I would love more info on this...

When I'm looking for information on local conditions, I usually start by asking the guys at my local gun shop and at the range. They almost always have the 411 or can point me in the right direction to find the answers I'm looking for.

RTMiller 06-10-2010 02:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NGIB (Post 297736)
While a visitor to DE can carry with a Utah permit, I'll bet residents cannot...

Yeah my thinking was leaning this way too.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jo da Plumbr (Post 297745)
...start by asking the guys at my local gun shop and at the range. They almost always have the 411 or can point me in the right direction to find the answers I'm looking for.

Thanks. That is a good place to start.


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