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  • Kentucky "Permitless Concealed Carry Bill Moves Forward"

    I think it would be good to require a training course

    https://lex18.com/news/2019/02/27/pe...moves-forward/

  • #2
    Definitely. I don't like the direction this going. A person intent upon committing a crime can now carry a concealed weapon and it's legal.
    Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes? Who is watching the watchers?

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    • #3
      Getting a permit isn't going to stop someone who wants to commit a crime from doing it, so may as well remove unnecessary red tape. Red tape that is often used to prohibit law abiding citizens from carrying. See the below video for proof:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wRgjsSHaGE

      If they pass the background check that's required to purchase a handgun, then being able to carry should automatically come with it.

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      • #4
        I don't know if the argument is that the CCDW permits are being used to profile people. In an article I read a woman was pulled over and the officer asked if she had a gun and she said no, but my husband has a CCDW permit. So when he pulled her over his computer told him the person might be armed?

        I just purchased my Ruger LCR 22lr yesterday and it took forever for the background check. The woman cashier looked at me and said does it usually take this long, I said no. I thought to myself, I haven't done anything but I know what the delay was, I don't have any social media accounts. I never did the Facebook, twitter, Instagram stuff

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        • #5
          Requirement for informing a LEO that you have a firearm in your possession varies from state to state.
          see http://concealednation.org/2015/07/d...r-the-answers/ as of 2015...laws do change though

          Last edited by FTCS; 27 Feb 19, 23:33.
          Too Much To Do Too Little Time

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          • #6
            Originally posted by FTCS View Post
            Requirement for informing a LEO that you have a firearm in your possession varies from state to state.
            see http://concealednation.org/2015/07/d...r-the-answers/ as of 2015...laws do change though
            Thanks for the link!

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