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NRA Threatens Constitutional Carry in New Hampshire

Discussion in 'Activism Discussion and Planning' started by jahwarrior, May 12, 2011.

  1. jahwarrior

    jahwarrior New Member

    my thoughts are: Hohenwarter, at the very least, is a Fudd. at worst, he's a Brady sympathizer.
  2. wideym

    wideym Member

    Another way of looking at it is that it's a "state's right" issue. Maybe they just don't want some outside group interfering with a state law.

    I kinda like the idea of being able to tuck a pistol in my waistband (holstered of course) without having to worry about if I forgot my wallet to walk down the street. I also see the reluctance to states to issue "out of state" permits. If some yahoo can't get a permit to carry in their own state, I don't like the idea of gaming the system so they can.
  3. hirundo82

    hirundo82 New Member

    Yeah, it's not like any of the states around NH make it tough to get a carry permit.
  4. N003k

    N003k New Member

    I'm sorry, I've gone through this thread and read the complaints, and the analysis that HSO was kind enough to provide...could someone on the side that the NRA is doing wrong please point out exactly what and where? Not trying to be sarcastic, but I just see general accusations coming from that side so far without any specific detail...
  5. crossrhodes

    crossrhodes New Member

    Not the nra

    I thinks it's more to do with a rogue NRA member then with the NRA it's self. If that's the case, I hope they review that individual's activities to ensure he's in line with their policies. I support the NRA but, they do have their 10% like every other organization. I had a kook explain to me that I needed to be a member because they are coming for our guns and the NATO troops know where to go because all the road signs have secret coded directions. I was a bit off a wise ### and asked if a tinfoil hat came with the membership....regardless I still support the NRA and the GOA.
  6. jahwarrior

    jahwarrior New Member


  7. crossrhodes

    crossrhodes New Member

    Nose bumping

    I just hope they stay the hell out of Vermont. We are doing fine here and any changes would end up in get their political nose bumped on the state level.
  8. paragrouper

    paragrouper New Member

  9. N003k

    N003k New Member

    I'm going to reitterate, and ask specifically Jahwarrior since this is his thread...

    What EXACTLY is the NRA doing here that's bad? Preferably quotes from the proposed bill, and how it's a bad thing...or just a point by point rebuttal of HSO's analysis with how he was mistaken...

    Once again, not trying to be rude or sarcastic, but, so far it just seems like there's nothing wrong with any of the proposed changes as far as I can see.
  10. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

    So now we're bringing in points outside of NH (and not even related to state programs)? A little drift from the original topic. Do we now expect others to bring in counter examples from all over the US where the NRA has bolstered first efforts for gun rights or supported efforts started by others? Then are we going to have the counter examples?

    C'mon, don't sink into a juvenile food fight if you don't want this entire thread to stay around. Stick to the original topic.
    Last edited: May 29, 2011
  11. Carl N. Brown

    Carl N. Brown Active Member

    Without a way of getting a permit for reciprocity purposes with the states that require carry permits, residents of states with constitutional carry would only be able to carry in their home state. Don't other states with constitutional carry allow a mechanism for getting a permit that will be recognized out of state for those who would want to be legally armed while traveling?
  12. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

    That's a problem for residents of constitutional carry states, no permit, nohing for another state to "recognize".

    Perhaps the folks in NH would rather pass the legislation without coverage for citizens traveling outside the state until the next legislative session?
    Last edited: May 29, 2011
  13. armoredman

    armoredman Active Member

    Issue out of state permits when they have Consitutional Carry? That's a bit odd, says NH residents have full benefit of the 2A while visitors from others of the United States do not. Here in AZ anyone who is not a prohibited possessor falls under Constitutional Carry when you cross the border.
    Good luck on NH to getting a good workable version.

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