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Old 12-02-2012, 03:57 PM   #29
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If I had a weapons permit in my home state, wouldn't I need one in the states i traveled? I would like to protect my family if needed, but don't want to break the law.
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Folks...once again, the topic is "Do you carry a firearm?" Please keep your comments on topic. Thanks.
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To the OP, it's none of your damn business...
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Old 12-02-2012, 04:25 PM   #33
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`Gun in RV

Well the Solder gun is in the room with the added electronics and the work bench.

The air gun next to the air compressor

The Glue gun in one of the tool boxes

The greese guns are in with other tools.

Firearms are still in the gun store, I don't own any.

Moral, change topic from Guns to Firearms please.
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If I had a weapons permit in my home state, wouldn't I need one in the states i traveled? I would like to protect my family if needed, but don't want to break the law.
Google, reciprocity CHL maps
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Why, because i would rather be judged by 12 than carried by 6.
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Our dog weighed over 90 lbs so was hard to carry or conceal but he was our protection and I do feel safer knowing that most Rvers are packing. Its also comforting that know one has been able to give examples of forced entry as these three links failed to.
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I have a CCP and do carry when traveling in the motor home. I was confronted by a woman with two accomplices in a SAMs Club parking lot two years ago and the near presence of a 357 mag on my hip persuaded this crew to depart with haste when I opened my jacket. I was about to enter the motorhome. They did not appear to be armed, but I was not sure. I did not need to upholster the weapon.
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If I had a weapons permit in my home state, wouldn't I need one in the states i traveled? I would like to protect my family if needed, but don't want to break the law.
When traveling in your RV 37 states have reciprocal agreements meaning your license to carry is OK. If you do decide to carry in your RV you must be very careful to understand each states laws that you travel in. Here in OK if you are stopped by police you must declare your weapons & produce your CWL. Other states don't require it. Remember this, if you violate firearm laws while in your RV the consequences can be very severe.
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Sorry, I should have proofed my posting more better. Should have read "meat presence", and "unholster" I also know a couple that were robbed in their motorhome in a Walmart lot. Answered the door at a bad time
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There have been many threads on this subject. Here is one. Packing heat?
Our search engine will produce more if you'd like to see them.
It's time to move on.

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