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Posted: 1/17/2015 6:15:51 AM EST
Provided concealed carry will still be prohibited without a license, I guess this means that the printing law that was in our favor is now against us. Used to be it was argued that if you were printing it wasn't concealed. Printing was acceptable a while later on as legit conceal carry.

Now that the open carry law is hopefully going to be passed it seems like this will work against us. If so much a shirt covers an open carry weapon it could automatically be regarded as concealed and still be plainly obvious to a police officer. Before being acceptable it would work for us as being openly displayed since it was printing.

Just some food for thought.



BTW: How exactly is the bill written? Is it killing CHLs all together? I somehow doubt the state would suicide that little cashcow.
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 8:25:57 AM EST
[Last Edit: 1/17/2015 8:27:54 AM EST by txinvestigator]
Originally Posted By Dsparil:
Provided concealed carry will still be prohibited without a license, I guess this means that the printing law that was in our favor is now against us. Used to be it was argued that if you were printing it wasn't concealed. Printing was acceptable a while later on as legit conceal carry.

Now that the open carry law is hopefully going to be passed it seems like this will work against us. If so much a shirt covers an open carry weapon it could automatically be regarded as concealed and still be plainly obvious to a police officer. Before being acceptable it would work for us as being openly displayed since it was printing.

Just some food for thought.



BTW: How exactly is the bill written? Is it killing CHLs all together? I somehow doubt the state would suicide that little cashcow.
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There is not "the" bill. There are several bills and each approaches this differently. I suggest you start by reading the bills. ;)

And the CHL program costs more to administer than it takes in fees.
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 12:37:22 PM EST
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There is not "the" bill. There are several bills and each approaches this differently. I suggest you start by reading the bills. ;)

And the CHL program costs more to administer than it takes in fees.
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Originally Posted By txinvestigator:
Originally Posted By Dsparil:
Provided concealed carry will still be prohibited without a license, I guess this means that the printing law that was in our favor is now against us. Used to be it was argued that if you were printing it wasn't concealed. Printing was acceptable a while later on as legit conceal carry.

Now that the open carry law is hopefully going to be passed it seems like this will work against us. If so much a shirt covers an open carry weapon it could automatically be regarded as concealed and still be plainly obvious to a police officer. Before being acceptable it would work for us as being openly displayed since it was printing.

Just some food for thought.



BTW: How exactly is the bill written? Is it killing CHLs all together? I somehow doubt the state would suicide that little cashcow.



There is not "the" bill. There are several bills and each approaches this differently. I suggest you start by reading the bills. ;)

And the CHL program costs more to administer than it takes in fees.



Then all the better to simply get rid of it. As for reading? Haven't looked for them just yet. I was under the impression there was only 1.
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 12:42:53 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Dsparil:

Then all the better to simply get rid of it.
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CHL is needed for a lot of things, Reciprocity, NICS Bypass, School zone exemption among others.
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 1:08:31 PM EST
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There is not "the" bill. There are several bills and each approaches this differently. I suggest you start by reading the bills. ;)

And the CHL program costs more to administer than it takes in fees.
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Originally Posted By txinvestigator:
Originally Posted By Dsparil:
Provided concealed carry will still be prohibited without a license, I guess this means that the printing law that was in our favor is now against us. Used to be it was argued that if you were printing it wasn't concealed. Printing was acceptable a while later on as legit conceal carry.

Now that the open carry law is hopefully going to be passed it seems like this will work against us. If so much a shirt covers an open carry weapon it could automatically be regarded as concealed and still be plainly obvious to a police officer. Before being acceptable it would work for us as being openly displayed since it was printing.

Just some food for thought.



BTW: How exactly is the bill written? Is it killing CHLs all together? I somehow doubt the state would suicide that little cashcow.



There is not "the" bill. There are several bills and each approaches this differently. I suggest you start by reading the bills. ;)

And the CHL program costs more to administer than it takes in fees.


Imagine if they advertised CHL like they do food stamps!!
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 1:18:59 PM EST
Imagine if there was no CHL period and no ''permission'' was needed to exercise your second amendment rights...
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 1:32:09 PM EST
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Imagine if there was no CHL period and no ''permission'' was needed to exercise your second amendment rights...
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That would not sit well with GD...

We need a bar to entry to keep people we don't like from havin GUNS!!





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Link Posted: 1/17/2015 1:58:01 PM EST
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