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Old February 9th, 2017, 03:14 PM   #1
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Congrats to NH!

Your constitutional carry law has passed the biggest hurdle and was passed in the house. Your Governor has already stated that he'll sign it, so welcome as the latest state to have Constitutional Carry! Its not a done deal yet, but it's just a matter of time! Excellent! I raise my glass to you!

Right now we're an island of 3 states in New England that allow it; Vermont, Maine, and soon NH. I like the flow of the tide. Frankly they're the only states I think of as New England anymore. The rest are just northern NJ/NY.
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Old February 10th, 2017, 05:15 AM   #2
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I wont be happy until EVERY state run by demOrat`s are wiped out completely.
Until THAT happens, NY will NEVER be free... i dont see that happening either,
until upstate NY breaks away from NYC, then we can eliminate most liberals.
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Now if we could get Vermont to recognize NH and Maines right to carry.

Concealed carry bill passed by NH House, on way to governor
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Old February 10th, 2017, 12:46 PM   #4
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Yup, once you sever the bridges and let NYC float away you'll be a free state. It's like that in every state that has a large urban population that carries the vote and tells the rest of the state what to do. Maine has that problem with the folks from Augusta south. Every now and then there is talk of secession so that we can be rid of those folks. Basically it's Massachusetts north, or that's what I call it. Folks from "away" come here to escape what they left, then try to turn Maine into exactly what they left. Just another form of pollution to contend with. It's not everyone from away, but it's a lot of them.

Heck we see the same phenomenon in folks moving out near us from the much closer towns. They move out here to get the rural life, and bring their problems with them in the form of their delinquent kids. More human pollution aka human debris.
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Yup, once you sever the bridges and let NYC float away you'll be a free state. It's like that in every state that has a large urban population that carries the vote and tells the rest of the state what to do. Maine has that problem with the folks from Augusta south. Every now and then there is talk of secession so that we can be rid of those folks. Basically it's Massachusetts north, or that's what I call it. Folks from "away" come here to escape what they left, then try to turn Maine into exactly what they left. Just another form of pollution to contend with. It's not everyone from away, but it's a lot of them.

Heck we see the same phenomenon in folks moving out near us from the much closer towns. They move out here to get the rural life, and bring their problems with them in the form of their delinquent kids. More human pollution aka human debris.
Same problem here Brian... just in the past 10yrs, we`ve been seeing weirdo NYC people coming up here and buying up all the old people`s place`s that are dieing off. I`m 20 minutes from cornell university (Ithaca NY) if that tells you anything. They are ruining the area, and at a VERY fast pace. My wife an i are looking at other places outside of NY to move to so that we can get out of here. The liberal poison has infected the area here so badly, we just dont wanna be here anymore. Its hard to leave though, we have 3 generations of our family that grew up here. Its sad, but we cant do anything here anymore without some libtard turning us in to the law. We never had neighbors until the past 5yrs... they call the cops everytime we walk out to our gun range. The cops finally put a stop to it though, they got tired of coming out here to my place... we are more than legal to shoot, (i even have it in writing from the sheriffs dept) closest place is 1,000ft away from our range....500ft is the law. Over 30yrs nobody lived in the old farm house thats a 1,000ft from us... some city slicker lawyer bought it, works for cornell university. You already know the rest of the story.

We will NEVER see gun laws get any better... they`re just going to get worse. Thats what liberals do... they figured out how to beat us by getting their kind elected into offices. Then they write laws to eliminate us and what we do, one village, town, city, at a time. Next thing you know, the poison has killed us. These libtards have started a civil war. The next phase of it hasn`t begun yet, but trust me, it isnt as far out as some people might think... the problem with it is, is that people are going to die over it. When they crash the system, and they WILL, you`re going to have home invasions like you`ve never imagined.

God Bless, and shoot straight... thats all i can say at this point.
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Now if we could get Vermont to recognize NH and Maines right to carry.

Concealed carry bill passed by NH House, on way to governor
Well, unless you eliminate ALL the liberals, it ain`t NEVER gonna happen....sorry
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My understanding is that if you find yourself in Vermont you have the right to carry no matte the state of origin. Am I wrong in that?

I know that's the way it is in Maine. Just obey the law and you're good. The law is very specific as to who can carry and dirtbags need not apply. Since I have a Maine CCW permit I have certain privileges, the 1st being not having to declare myself a carrier. If you're pulled over for a stop and not a permit holder you must declare yourself as carrying.

PaPow, You are definitely a brother from a different mother. Maine needs all the good folks we can get (north of Augusta). If you can handle the winter; lots of folks can't. That was an invitation and I don't invite many folks to my adopted home, but your head is screwed on right. We need more good people on the hill if land is for sale. But I don't know that any is. Lots of room for shooting and hunting and such if not on the hill, nearby.

Keep your powder dry in the meantime.
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My understanding is that if you find yourself in Vermont you have the right to carry no matte the state of origin. Am I wrong in that?

I know that's the way it is in Maine. Just obey the law and you're good. The law is very specific as to who can carry and dirtbags need not apply. Since I have a Maine CCW permit I have certain privileges, the 1st being not having to declare myself a carrier. If you're pulled over for a stop and not a permit holder you must declare yourself as carrying.

PaPow, You are definitely a brother from a different mother. Maine needs all the good folks we can get (north of Augusta). If you can handle the winter; lots of folks can't. That was an invitation and I don't invite many folks to my adopted home, but your head is screwed on right. We need more good people on the hill if land is for sale. But I don't know that any is. Lots of room for shooting and hunting and such if not on the hill, nearby.

Keep your powder dry in the meantime.
Thanks Brian, its rare to find a friend like you, too. I may have to look you up one day, thank you so much for the thought & invite. We stick together, we`ll beat them ALL down, right to my last dieing breath, i`ll fight next to you, and anyone else that has the balls to stand with us.

EVERYONE PLEASE, VOTE IN THE MID-TERM`S, LETS FINISH THESE MoFo`s OFF...!!!!!!!!!!!!

Be safe my Brother
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My understanding is that if you find yourself in Vermont you have the right to carry no matte the state of origin. Am I wrong in that?

I know that's the way it is in Maine. Just obey the law and you're good. The law is very specific as to who can carry and dirtbags need not apply. Since I have a Maine CCW permit I have certain privileges, the 1st being not having to declare myself a carrier. If you're pulled over for a stop and not a permit holder you must declare yourself as carrying.

PaPow, You are definitely a brother from a different mother. Maine needs all the good folks we can get (north of Augusta). If you can handle the winter; lots of folks can't. That was an invitation and I don't invite many folks to my adopted home, but your head is screwed on right. We need more good people on the hill if land is for sale. But I don't know that any is. Lots of room for shooting and hunting and such if not on the hill, nearby.

Keep your powder dry in the meantime.
After reading the Vermont laws, I believe your correct. I wonder why Vermont isn't listed on the NH or Maine gov sights for Reciprocity.....There are 27 other states listed for NH.
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Where do you find the listing for reciprocity? Of course I'm asking because I'm interested in what states have reciprocity with Maine permits.

As far as Vermont goes, it's not really a matter of reciprocity since that infers a permit. If you're in Vermont you can carry, period. No permit required so reciprocity doesn't factor into it. In fact there is no such thing as a Vermont CCW permit and never has been. Maine also has Constitutional Carry also, except we do have a permit system that gives a few more benefits to permitees. If you're in the state you can carry. The catch is to know the law so that you don't run afoul of technicalities; like not announcing it the second you roll down your window during a traffic stop should that occur. I suggest keeping ones hands on the steering wheel while doing this. Always. Let the officer tell you how to proceed. Ask if you're unsure. But you and the officer need to both be on the same wavelength and EVERYTHING, all moves, need to be verbalized before they happen. Hands in plain sight if possible. It helps to get ones drivers license, proof of insurance, and registration out and ready to facilitate this. There's always time to do this before the officer gets to the window. They don't jump out of the cruiser as the cars come to a halt.

For myself the minute they run my drivers license they know I'm a permit holder and come back to let me know I am as they return my license. I can't tell you how many tickets I've dodged because of that CCW. Or at least I attribute it to that. I've had my permit for >4 decades but I don't know if that 1st date comes back when they "run me". Basically they come back and ask if I'm carrying. I don't lie but just answer their question and embellish nothing. A simple yes/no is all they need. If I'm asked to get out of the vehicle (it's never happened) I would volunteer CCW information while my hands are on the steering wheel and ask how to proceed. I do know that something is in the computer because I'm never asked to be on jury duty, so I'm guessing that running me tells them that I'm an ex LEO.

(Note to self: Brian, that's far too much information! You're going far afield. )

Anyway, since Vermont doesn't have a permit system they can't have reciprocity.
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