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What does your permit allow you to carry?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by NoAlibi, Jul 9, 2010.

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  1. NoAlibi

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    In pamphlet written by The Florida Secretary of State the following weapons are permitted by law to be concealed on a person with a permit. I Googled "Florida Statute 790.06" and found that the Florida Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services is now the regulatory authority and The Jack Hagler Self-defense Act is still as originally stated (If Florida's online services are up to the millisecond - use due caution anyway)

    The Jack Hagler Self-defense Act (Section 790.06 Florida Statutes) allows:

    Handguns
    Electronic weapons or devices
    Tear gas guns
    Knives
    Billies

    If you can carry a handgun and since these weapons are no more deadly, it makes sense that it should also be permissible to carry them concealed.

    So, what does your state concealed permit allow you to carry?
     
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  2. F40

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    Anything you can legally own. Including NFA stuff.
     
  3. armoredman

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    Yep, I knew a guy here in AZ who carried a suppressed select fire MAC 11 in an SMZ rig with two 32 round mags offside, a Colt 1911 strong side, Seecamp 32. weak side front pocket, and a .22lr pen gun. All legal, NFA paperwork in his wallet. He never had to use any of them before he left us for all time, but he liked hauling it around.
    As of the 29th, we have no permits required in AZ for concealed carry, and open carry has been legal since before statehood. Carry whatever you legally own, openly or concealed, though an AK strapped to your back MIGHT draw some comments. :)
     
  4. GraceOutcast

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    In TN in addition to any style of handgun we can have any loaded long guns in our vehicles as long as there is not one in the chamber. There even is a provision that allows us to chamber a round if we feel our life or limb is in danger.
     
  5. ChuteTheMall

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    In Virginia, any handgun. It's a Concealed Handgun Permit, or CHP.

    Yes, including a Draco AK in 7.62x39 with a 30 round mag.:D
     
  6. shotgunjoel

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    Well, the closest thing to a 'permit' that I have says:
    "CAUTION: This card does not permit bearer to UNLAWFULLY carry or use firearms. This does not authorize the carrying of a concealed weapon."
    Yeah, that would be my FOID card here in Illinois.
     
  7. NoAlibi

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    armoredman & F40 Sounds like Arizona is the place to be with firearms. Florida does specifically prohibit carrying concealed machine guns

    My fiancee and I are planning a trip to Arizona - do you know if it would be legal for an out of state resident to carry a concealed firearm after the 29th?

    We both have current CWLs if that would make a difference.
     
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    And we pray the legal challenges coming will change that, joel.
     
  9. armoredman

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    NoAlibi, the new law, (effective the 29th), states any a person, not just AZ resident, so c'mon down!
     
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    about anything you want in Ky Concealed dangerous weapons permit.
     
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    There's no concealed weapon statute in Texas, other than handguns on CHL holders and non-CHL holders in automobiles. I've carried openly and concealed AOW's, SBS's, and SBR's with NO permit (just the federal tax stamp to own it)
     
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    In Alabama,a loaded handgun concealed on my person or in my vehicle. No permit needed for open carry of a handgun or a loaded long gun in a vehicle.
     
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    In Washington, if you have a Concealed Handgun License, handguns. You can open carry a handgun all day without a permit if you like.

    You can technically open carry rifles and shotguns too.
     
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    Handgun only
     
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    armoredman, I'm thrilled that you care about us in Illinois. A lot of people would rather that us gun owners simply abandon the state.
     
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    Permit?:uhoh: What permit?:confused:



    :D::neener::evil:
     
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    Well, since regulatory authority for Florida's Concealed Weapon or Firearm Licensing program transferred from the Department of State to the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services back in 2002, I think the information you are looking at is at least eight years old.

    In any case, Jon Gutmacher made a statement in one of his blogs, that in his interpretation of the statutes, a person with a Florida CWFL can carry any firearm concealed: NFA items, long guns, pistols, anything.....to include any dirk, metallic knuckles, slungshot, billie, tear gas gun, chemical weapon or device, or other deadly weapon carried on or about a person.

    I would love to see him argue that case!
     
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    In Arkansas it is specific to either autos (allows you to carry both autos and revolvers) or revolver (only revolvers). I don't have any idea as to why...
     
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    Looking at my Colorado permit, it says "Concealed Weapons Permit", and that I'm authorized to carry a concealed weapon "pursuant to C.R.S 18-12-201, et seq.", whatever that means. Doesn't specify what kind of "weapons", doesn't mention firearms. Guess I could pack a machete in my pant leg for all I know.
     
  20. General Geoff

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    My Pennsylvania License To Carry Firearms (LTCF) exempts me from a statute prohibiting the concealed carry of "firearms" as defined whimsically by the state legislature, to include handguns, short barreled rifles, and short barreled shotguns. This can include machine guns if they have short enough barrels.

    Long barreled machine guns and non-NFA regulated long guns can be carried, openly or concealed, anywhere in the state outside of Philadelphia, by anyone who can lawfully possess them, with no license or permit required. All of these types of weapons can be carried openly or concealed in Philadelphia with a valid LTCF.
     
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    In Arizona, anything you can legally possess may be carried openly or concealed. Open carry is always legal, with or without a permit.
     
  23. NoAlibi

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    brboyer - Right after I posted the thread I Googled "Florida Statute 790.06" and found that you are correct that the Florida Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services is the regulatory authority and The Jack Hagler Self-defense Act is still as originally stated (If Florida's online services are up to the millisecond - use due caution anyway). The site also states that this Florida statute specifically prohibits the concealed carrying of machineguns.

    I was unable until now to get back online and I'll go back to the OP and make the addition to avoid confusion.
     
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    What stevelyn is alluding to is we don't need no stinking permit in AK, its a right not a privilege.

    If you can conceal it you can conceal carry it. If you legally own it (NFA) you can carry it concealed or otherwise.
     
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    armoredman - We sent a check today to Gov. Brewer for the Defense Fund and we are now making plans to visit Arizona to support your State’s right to protect itself and it’s southern border.

    Our plan is use our airplane to sightsee around the State. Many years ago I spoke with Mike Dillon and I understood he had a landing strip at his facility. If this is true then I’d like to get permission to land there and tour his company. Got any suggestions for any other interesting places to see in your fine State?
     
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