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PA & Non-Resident Permits…… AR To Honor All … Other News.

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Gary Slider, Apr 16, 2013.

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  1. Gary Slider

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    Pennsylvania has signed an agreement with Mississippi. Mississippi will only issue non resident permits to military stationed in Mississippi. The Agreement is just like the ones for FL, ME, AZ and VA. Legal Residents only. Looks like PA will in the near future not honor any Non Resident Permits. PA and MS already honored each other and the agreement states PA will not honor a MS Non Resident but MS will continue to honor the PA Non Resident. This just makes it official and restricts non resident permits from MS in PA. You can read the agreement Here:
    http://www.attorneygeneral.gov/uploadedFiles/Crime/MS_Executed_Amended_Agreement_oct_2012.pdf

    AR has a new law and they will honor all other states permit/licenses. The law takes effect in late July from what I can find out. As the date gets closer we will know more of the exact effective date. You can read about it Here:
    http://www.nraila.org/legislation/s...l-right-to-carry-reforms.aspx?s=&st=10468&ps=

    WV has sent bills to the Governor to amend the Emergency Powers act and to remove some restrictions on Home Rule Cities. Right now 4 cities in WV ban firearms in their city parks and all city property. This will remove many of these restrictions. The Governor SHOULD sign all these bills but I don’t understand politicians so anything is possible. You can read about that Here: http://www.nraila.org/legislation/s...-session-for-second-amendment-supporters.aspx

    There are other states that are changing their laws this year and it is difficult to keep up. A heads up with a bill # would be greatly appreciated. Do keep an eye on www.handgunlaw.us and if a date passes and I haven’t updated that info send me an email reminding me. Getting old and forgetful but forget what they call it.

    A big Thank You to all of those who have given me a heads up in the past. I couldn’t do this without you. Also when it comes to who states honor etc I don’t like to post that info until it becomes law. So changes that effect who a state honors and who honors them will not show up until the law goes into effect.
     
  2. General Geoff

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    It should be pointed out that Pennsylvania honors ANY and ALL lawfully issued weapons permits/licenses for purposes of carrying a loaded "firearm" (read: handgun) in one's vehicle.

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    So nonresident permits are still valid while in a vehicle.
     
  3. Outlaw Man

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    Arkansas law takes effect 90 days after the end of the legislative session. End of July is a pretty good approximation.

    Thanks for the update. This one slipped past me.
     
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    Geez loo-eez! This crud is harder to keep up with than a bingo game! So my VA non-res permit is no good in PA anymore. But! I can carry in my truck?

    Gary, do ya have any hair left? Do ya drink? :D

    I'd have lost my mind trying to keep up with all this.
     
  5. Gary Slider

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    Hair? What is hair. Pass the new bottle mine other dozen are empty!!!!!!!
     
  6. Gary Slider

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    If you want to read something that will get you to pull your hair out you need to read the new Kansas law on carrying.

    It is a great law and I wish every state had it but it is so difficult to follow I was pulling hair out.

    All Government buildings must have metal detectors to keep permit holders out. They have a year to comply and can get a 4 year extension but this includes Colleges/universities every government building except the Capitol Complex and the Home for the Deaf and Blind. Grounds are not off limits only buildings. Parking areas are not considered buildings and you can carry and store there. Like I stated it is a great bill but oh my goodness understanding exactly what it states is difficult.

    If you work in a government building and they don't have security (Metal Detectors) you can carry on the job.

    If you go past a sign it is not breaking the law. They have to ask you to leave first.

    I do think K-12 is off limits but not sure yet. There is so much wording in it that following it is very difficult. Plus what they added does not state what Code it goes under so you have to figure that out but the law is great. The way they have it worded will make you pull your hair out. It goes into effect 7/1/13

    http://www.kslegislature.org/li/b2013_14/measures/documents/hb2052_enrolled.pdf
     
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