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Posted 02-04-2013 at 16:01 by Bluzman Comments 2
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Originally Posted by ateamer View Post
Not in California. When we run a warrants and driver's license check or vehicle registration, there is no information regarding CCW permits. There never has been. The only way we'd find out is to ask.
Might be just a county or state, but my brother hears CCW info on his scanner and also whether vehicle's car insurance is up to date.
I obey the law so I could care less, we have probably the nicest state and local police officers I have had the pleasure to meet. I'm more...
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