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    No permit for concealed carry - WV

    WV just overturned a veto that will allow citizens to carry concealed without a permit.

    Read here: West Virginia legalizes concealed carry without a permit | Fox News

    There are now 8 states that allow this.

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    The eight are now: Alaska, Arizona, Kansas, Maine, Montana, Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming.
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    At last the citizens there have the same "rights" as the criminals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ge_traveler View Post
    WV just overturned a veto that will allow citizens to carry concealed without a permit.

    Read here: West Virginia legalizes concealed carry without a permit | Fox News

    There are now 8 states that allow this.
    It should be this way in each and every State.
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    My state of NJ will be the last hold out! sickening in this state we have no rights. Only LEO and congressman get carry permits here

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    That's even worse than California! There are still a few counties where the Sheriff allows concealed carry, although it takes six months to get the permit and a couple hundred dollars for classes and background checks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Interapid View Post
    At last the citizens there have the same "rights" as the criminals.
    Exactly! Criminals are exempt from registering weapons or applying for concealed permits, as they would have to self-incriminate to do so. This is judicial "wisdom."

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidWJ View Post
    That's even worse than California! There are still a few counties where the Sheriff allows concealed carry, although it takes six months to get the permit and a couple hundred dollars for classes and background checks.
    How many other constitutional rights need such preparation, money and government permission? The founding documents (at least the US) clearly state that our rights to not originate in government.
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    Quote Originally Posted by po18guy View Post
    Exactly! Criminals are exempt from registering weapons or applying for concealed permits, as they would have to self-incriminate to do so. This is judicial "wisdom."

    Haynes vs. United States, 1968. The US Supreme Court stated it's a violation of the 5th Amendment's right against self-incrimination to require a convicted felon or other prohibited person to register their firearm. This alone undercuts any argument for gun control on the basis of keeping guns from criminals and shows it to be a lie on its face.
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    Texas will be trying to pass Constitutional Carry in the next session of our legislature (2017).

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnidelyWhiplash View Post
    Haynes vs. United States, 1968. The US Supreme Court stated it's a violation of the 5th Amendment's right against self-incrimination to require a convicted felon or other prohibited person to register their firearm. This alone undercuts any argument for gun control on the basis of keeping guns from criminals and shows it to be a lie on its face.
    The notion of "registering" a firearm would be foreign to Indiana. No such thing, Gott sei dank.


 
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