Monday, August 06, 2007


found this little tidbit of important information at alabama mt. man's site.

if you're wondering where you can carry, check it out.


Almtnman said...

Thanks for the credit nanc!

I have your links added to my link list Here
Have a good day,

nanc said...

you're quite welcome, almtman and i'll add yours!


Gayle said...

I'm in Texas and I know I can carry, but I wasn't sure about Arizona. As I drove to Phoenix to enroll my daughter, and we were alone, I carried, but was a little uncertain about the legality of it. Still, I refuse to drive across country unprotected. I'll have to go back to AZ in order to get her in February, so this has been valuable info. I won't feel so uncomfortable now. Thanks, Nanc!

nanc said...

no problem, gayle - i believe warren may have had this info up awhile back, but i couldn't find it - all thankx go to almtnman for this one.

Warren said...

I believe that I linked to it a while back in the comments section.

You have to be careful because the laws vary from state to state and sometimes from city to city inside of a state. For instance, New York City, doesn't recognize ccw permits issued by New York State and as far as I know, doesn't recognize any permits other than its own.

Arizona and Kentucky, until relatively recently, didn't allow concealed carry but open carry was legal and there was a provision that allowed people to carry a gun in the glove box of a car.

Federal law states that it is legal to transport a personal firearm by automobile if its legal legal at your departure point and your destination as long as it isn't readily accessible to the passengers and unloaded. But people have had their firearms confiscated and never returned by... ummm...errr.. "overzealous" local and State police.

Some states recognize every states CCW and others recognize only their own or have no provision at all for CCW.

Indiana, my state, recognizes all valid State issued permits but Indiana permits are only recognized by around 21 States, (possibly more, the laws change constantly)

Its better to be judged by 12 than carried by 6.

Brooke said...

Cool list.

I'm getting set to take the CCW course in September.

Always On Watch said...

Speaking of the Second Amendment rights....

Just a little while ago, I was posting an announcement for my radio show on Friday. I see that WC has lined up Vito Vaccaro, candidate for the Loyalist Party for the NY Assembly. I checked the party's platform and saw the it appears strong on Second Amendments rights and strong against Islam.

More info about this Friday's show.

nanc said...

thanks for that info, aow - pop and i are going to the mountain friday evening and won't be returning until sat afternoon, but i will be sure to catch it in the archives.

if things change - i'll be there.

Obob said...

the permits should be valid anywhere in the 50. But I occasionally go Libertarian

The Merry Widow said...

obob-I am libertarian(little "l")I was so sick of the republicans I left in disgust!
And yes, it should be across the board, like Alaska and Vermont!
Good morning, G*D bless and Maranatha!


cube said...

Better judged by 12 than carried by 6.

Hear! Hear!