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Old 06-21-2015, 01:35 PM   #15
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CCW through Indian Reservations?

Let's stay on topic. CCW has been explained. Thanks
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Old 06-21-2015, 01:51 PM   #16
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Tribal Lands make their own laws. State Laws do not apply on tribal lands and many Federal laws don't apply either. When you visit or enter an Indian Casino or reservation you crossed a border and are a guest of that Sovereign Nation.
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Old 06-21-2015, 05:02 PM   #17
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When you visit or enter an Indian Casino or reservation you crossed a border and are a guest of that Soverign Nation. [/COLOR]
Indian reservations aren't sovereign nations: your rights as an American citizen still apply on them and Indian nations have no right to make foreign policy, raise armies and levy tariffs as truly sovereign states do. In fact any privileges Indians have are at the sufferance of the United States.
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Old 06-21-2015, 05:05 PM   #18
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Indian reservations aren't sovereign nations: your rights as an American citizen still apply on them and Indian nations have no right to make foreign policy, raise armies and levy tariffs as truly sovereign states do. In fact any privileges Indians have are at the sufferance of the United States.
Even assuming that is true, how does it relate to the question asked by the OP and the four specific laws quoted by a subsequent poster.
Perhaps everyone has obligations that transcend certain rights
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A criminal would not have asked the question, nor asked for proper information. As with most things, the debate is better if everyone dials it back a bit, and stops calling names.
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Maybe some info. here http://www.handgunlaw.us/documents/tribal_law_ccw.pdf
A friend was hunting in NY state,crossed into the reservation, walking down the road he was stopped, hunting rifle taken, had to go to court(reservation court) pay fines to get his rifle back.
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With proper concealment who's gonna know? Don't create worries that you don't need.
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Drive right on through like you know what you are doing and don't worry about it. I have even stayed on a reservation armed and didn't worry about it because I didn't go flashing the weapon and made no mention of it to anyone. Your vehicle will not be searched if you don't give cause
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This is the first time I have heard of a concealed weapons permit and to my knowledge there is no "concealed weapon permits"that the average Canadian citizen can obtain.

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It was my understanding that CCW was only needed if you are wandering around outside your coach with a side arm that is concealed. There is something called the Castle Doctrine that allows you to possess a weapon INSIDE your own home for protection. Your RV is your HOME.
Keep the gun out of sight, don't talk about it and only use it if someone is trying to gain entry while you are in the coach. In that case, self defense trumps other laws.
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2nd & last request to stay on topic. Posts not disucssing CCW policy through Indian Reservations will be removed.

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CCW in the bottom drawer @ home and live your life outside of paranoia. You get treated as you treat other.
Enjoy your travels and get out and live life as it is to be lived.

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CCW in the bottom drawer @ home and live your life outside of paranoia. You get treated as you treat other.
Enjoy your travels and get out and live life as it is to be lived.

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CCW in the bottom drawer @ home and live your life outside of paranoia. You get treated as you treat other.
Enjoy your travels and get out and live life as it is to be lived.

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