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Does any one have any information as to the progress being made on the new legislation which will permit LEO and Retired LEO to carry across state lines :?: 8)






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Perhaps someone has information as to what other states are intending to do with testing people who desire to obtain permits :?: I haven't heard anything about Arizona. Received a few lines on the hold up in Kalifornia.
Seems there are people who retired prior to the issue of semi-auto's, and possibly have only the skills to operate revolvers. I don't know what the question is, but I can think of at least one. 8)





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The issue of concealed carry is very sensitive and advice is frought with misinformation. The best place to get any information on concealed carry, anywhere in the US is on Packing.org. I believe nothing on this topic unless I confirm it through the state authority or on Packing.org.
 

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You must meet the qualifications required of LEO's in your state and be able to prove that you are a LEO or retired LEO.
 
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The folks in Congress did not do a good job writing the law. One requirement was to pass a qualification test that met state minimun standards. Trouble is some states do not have a state standard. Some departments do not issue a photo id to retired troops, another problem. What the qual card is supposed to contain is not spelled out. Some states only allow the carry of a specific gun by serial number,like NY. In Texas you can carry any gun. It will be a while until it gets sorted out, may take Congress to pass some regulations to make it work on a national basis.
 

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You can also check out Combat Carry.com. Not "official" information, but great discussions on concealed carry.

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