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Old December 23rd, 2016, 04:46 PM #1
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Rep. Hudson to introduce Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017

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Republican Congressman Richard Hudson from North Carolina is set to introduce national concealed carry legislation for the next congress after Donald Trump is sworn in as president.

The bill, known as the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017, will allow a person with a concealed carry permit in one state to carry a handgun in any other state that permits residents to conceal carry, as long as the person is not banned from possessing or transporting a firearm under federal law, The Daily Caller has learned.
As written, NR permits will allow carry in other states ETA now to include MD for MD residents
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Old December 23rd, 2016, 04:47 PM #2
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Mr. Hudson and others of like mind have got to change the language to include we disenfranchised states. A permit from any state should do the trick.
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Mr. Hudson and others of like mind have got to change the language to include we disenfranchised states. A permit from any state should do the trick.

I agree. If they want to help us, they should be willing to help us ALL.
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May be I am missing something. However, I respectfully disagree with OPs assertion. The bill as written would allow someone to conceal carry with a non-residential conceal carry permit in their home state.

Two reasons:

1) the bill doesn't have a residency requirement. Page 2, Line 17 makes it clear that any Conceal carry Permit (no distinction made between home or NR) issued by a State will suffice and fall under national conceal carry reciprocity irrespective of residency.

2) The bill does not treat home-state issued permits vs non-residential issued permits differently, but empowers both equally. At least that is my interpretation.

This would mean a resident of Maryland or NYC could obtain a Non-Residential conceal carry permit issued by another state and they would be able to carry in their home state.


With that said IANAL, but we will have a very pro-2A USAG and DOJ.

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Mr. Hudson and others of like mind have got to change the language to include we disenfranchised states. A permit from any state should do the trick.
One step at a time. Let's not penalize the rest of the country because of the few. Once they get something close to this passed, then places like MD and governor Hogan will be under more pressure to correct things. We can't have cake AND icing. lol
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May be I am missing something. However, I respectfully disagree with OPs assertion. The bill as written would allow someone to conceal carry with a non-residential conceal carry permit in their home state.

Two reasons:

1) the bill doesn't have a residency requirement. Page 2, Line 17 makes it clear that any Conceal carry Permit (no distinction made between home or NR) issued by a State will suffice and fall under national conceal carry reciprocity irrespective of residency.

2) The bill does not treat home-state issued permits vs non-residential issued permits differently, but empowers both equally. At least that is my interpretation.

This would mean a resident of Maryland or NYC could obtain a Non-Residential conceal carry permit issued by another state and they would be able to carry in their home state.


With that said IANAL, but we will have a very pro-2A USAG and DOJ.

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Yep. When you think of it, they are doing what is right for their constituency, to restore their rights with the least risk via a 10A challenge. As much as it sucks for us in slave states, it is hard logic to argue with.

I don't think we will ever see NR reciprocity. Creating a new FFL class similar to a C&R on steroids that would supersede State carry, possession, transport, and transfer laws, seems like the best way for us in slave states to regain our rights in the short-term without (as many) 10A issues. The idea is not to replace state based reciprocity, but provide another avenue for those that cannot get a home state permit, or want additional Federally granted privileges such as direct Internet sales.

I also would like to see congress gut DC's registration, transport, and may-issue laws, but with Wrenn being potentially the strongest SCOTUS contender, I don't see that happening anytime soon either.
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Be careful what you wish for Gentleman, do you really want the Federal Government to be the issuing agency and therefore the "country's policeman" in keeping a registry of gun permit holders with
the ability to use that information for any purpose they, (another Obama Administration type or worse) deem necessary?? No thanks, this should be a State run proposal not a Federal.
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Be careful what you wish for Gentleman, do you really want the Federal Government to be the issuing agency and therefore the "country's policeman" in keeping a registry of gun permit holders with
the ability to use that information for any purpose they, (another Obama or worse) deem necessary?? No thanks, this should be a State run proposal not a Federal.
They would not be issuing anything, just making CCW permits recognized like driver's licenses. Now, if this was a national CCW permit, that would be different.
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