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glockman66
03-07-2012, 09:28
http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/story/2012-03-05/drivers-license-gun-permits/53391932/1
12 states on path to guns with no permits
By Jonathan Ellis, USA TODAY / 2012-03-05


Rep. J.R. Hoell(NH-R), "Gun-free zones kill people."

repo4sale
03-07-2012, 16:53
Darn, Wish Kalifornia Socialistic Liberal Tree Huggers or Rock Suckers were on this list.

repo4sale
03-07-2012, 16:57
Better yet, kill a felon in the process of a felony #2 or more, get $25,000!
Save the state of california, $500,000 in court costs, housing and rehab!

Rustin
03-08-2012, 15:04
Great news! It's about time they recognize our constitutional rights!

Numismatist
03-08-2012, 15:07
YEAH! Maine is on the list!

Warp
03-08-2012, 15:09
That's nice.

Now, while I believe that no permit required aka Constitutional Carry is legitimate and would happily vote for it/tell my representatives I support it/etc, I still wish we could get more bills passed that dealt with places off limits and reciprocity. I personally feel those issues are more important than going from shall issue (assuming it is not expensive or ridiculously slow) to no permit required.

Numismatist
03-08-2012, 15:12
The Post Office is the most annoying banned place to me. I have to go in there every day for 1 minute to get my PO Box mail, but for that one minute, I have to unholster, lock in car, get mail, re-holster, etc.

PITA!

Warp
03-08-2012, 15:15
The Post Office is the most annoying banned place to me. I have to go in there every day for 1 minute to get my PO Box mail, but for that one minute, I have to unholster, lock in car, get mail, re-holster, etc.

PITA!

Could be worse. Here in GA it is all "publicly owned or operated buildings". Post Offices, libraries, DMV, tag office, etc. :upeyes:

Numismatist
03-08-2012, 15:25
Could be worse. Here in GA it is all "publicly owned or operated buildings". Post Offices, libraries, DMV, tag office, etc. :upeyes:

Ugh:steamed:...come move to Maine and have a lobster!:wow:

OctoberRust
03-08-2012, 15:31
omg if these 12 states get this passed there's going to be an OK coral on every corner and blood running wild through the streets. :crying:

cowboywannabe
03-08-2012, 15:34
good to see some more states do this though most of the new ones are in the southeast.

RMD
03-08-2012, 15:37
Colorado's will die in the Senate (D).

Nice to see it get more publicity though!

ICARRY2
03-08-2012, 16:47
I am surprised its that many. Great!

Jason D
03-08-2012, 17:53
I would be happy if MI would at least go to the lifetime permits.
I would be ecstatic if I could carry without a CCW at all.

saxconnection
03-09-2012, 02:27
I would be happy if MI would at least go to the lifetime permits.
I would be ecstatic if I could carry without a CCW at all.
Do any other states have Lifetime permits? Carrying without a CPL would be good, but with it you can take your gun a lot more places.

Adam

IndyGunFreak
03-09-2012, 02:53
That's nice.

Now, while I believe that no permit required aka Constitutional Carry is legitimate and would happily vote for it/tell my representatives I support it/etc, I still wish we could get more bills passed that dealt with places off limits and reciprocity. I personally feel those issues are more important than going from shall issue (assuming it is not expensive or ridiculously slow) to no permit required.

I totally agree.

IndyGunFreak
03-09-2012, 02:55
Do any other states have Lifetime permits? Carrying without a CPL would be good, but with it you can take your gun a lot more places.

Adam

We're the only state I'm aware of...

IGF

Jason D
03-09-2012, 17:50
Yep just Indiana.

I brought up that subject the last time I had to renew.
They told me at the county clerk's office, that the state likes the money to much.
Now I don't know just how much money in involved, but at just over 100 bucks a time for just a couple minutes of paperwork. It must be enough.

CLoft239
03-09-2012, 18:37
Its about time...

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heliguy
03-09-2012, 19:12
Gov Perry: And why is TX not on this list???? THat's why I always vote for you!

opus1776
03-10-2012, 19:31
That's nice.

Now, while I believe that no permit required aka Constitutional Carry is legitimate and would happily vote for it/tell my representatives I support it/etc, I still wish we could get more bills passed that dealt with places off limits and reciprocity. I personally feel those issues are more important than going from shall issue (assuming it is not expensive or ridiculously slow) to no permit required.

:goodpost: :agree:Brother Warp is wise. Listen to him. The force is strong with this one.

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NEOH212
03-10-2012, 23:47
Great news! It's about time they recognize our constitutional rights!

+1 :thumbsup:

Hour13
03-10-2012, 23:59
That's nice.

Now, while I believe that no permit required aka Constitutional Carry is legitimate and would happily vote for it/tell my representatives I support it/etc, I still wish we could get more bills passed that dealt with places off limits and reciprocity. I personally feel those issues are more important than going from shall issue (assuming it is not expensive or ridiculously slow) to no permit required.

^^^ Great post. I'd vote for it as well, though there are more pressing things I'd like to see done first.

And I'll admit it, I'd be a bit miffed if TX had been on the list. Lol, I went through the PITA of getting my CHL dammit! Why should everybody else get off easy???

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