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National Park Carry Approved

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Dain Bramage, Dec 5, 2008.

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  1. Dain Bramage

    Dain Bramage Well-Known Member

  2. Johnnypi45

    Johnnypi45 Active Member

    Sweet!!!!!!!!!!!!......another plus for responsible gun owners/CCW!!!!......that made my day!
  3. Pilot

    Pilot Well-Known Member

  4. TeamPrecisionIT

    TeamPrecisionIT Well-Known Member

    That's good stuff, you have a link as to which states are following this as of now?

  5. damien

    damien Well-Known Member

    The problem was never with the states, only the feds. As for what states allow ccw (and therefore now in the national parks as well):

  6. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

    For those of you that would like to see the DOI news release itself.

    Attached Files:

  7. Nickotym

    Nickotym Well-Known Member

    At present North Dakota does not allow carrying of weapons in "publicly owned parks where hunting is not allowed by proclamation", but hopefully the new bill to remove public gathering restrictions will fix that.

    ETA: How long will this last in the Obama administration? Is it solid for a while?

    ETA2: Looks like it doesn't matter if state law allows carry in parks, you are still good to go in National Parks if you can carry in the state they are in. More analysis will be needed on this.
    Last edited: Dec 5, 2008
  8. Nickotym

    Nickotym Well-Known Member

    A quick skim of the FAQs and other info on www.doi.gov look to be written by a very gun-friendly person or group. Sounds good so far.
  9. Nickotym

    Nickotym Well-Known Member

    ME again,does anyone know if this is effective immediately ?
  10. stevemis

    stevemis Well-Known Member

    Does this affect the beaches and surrounding areas of the Outer Banks?
  11. damien

    damien Well-Known Member

    MSNBC said it is published next week and is effective 30 days after it is published.


    MSNBC has just moved this story to their top story!
  12. Lone_Gunman

    Lone_Gunman Well-Known Member

    Let us hope that this stays under Obama's radar. Hopefully it won't be something he wants to spend any political capital on... but considering the landslide, he may think he can go for it.
  13. SAG0282

    SAG0282 Well-Known Member

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    Justin Moderator Staff Member

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