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H.R.38 - Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017

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#41 Male OFFLINE   mightyhunter


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Posted 12/07/17 - 07:05 PM

This is incorrect.  It will allow NJ residents to carry in NJ with a non-resident permit.  The language was changed to specifically allow that.




And this current post:




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#42 Male OFFLINE   Cyanide02Z06


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Posted 12/10/17 - 09:57 PM

Just so you understand, this law, if passed, would have no impact on NJ residents.  It would allow, for example, a PA resident who has a concealed carry permit in his/her state to legally carry in NJ, but since we cannot obtain a CC permit in NJ, it means nothing to us.  And bump stocks are already illegal in NJ although not mentioned by name.  The national news never lists NJ as having made bump stocks illegal because they are not specifically mentioned, but that is just semantics.  It was covered on this site recently as to the exact law and language that already bans bump stocks and other conveyances that "assist" in the firing of a weapon.

Wrong. Please read up. If I have a Florida nonresident concealed carry permit and this passes, I would be able to carry in NJ. Regarding the bump stocks, I’m speaking at a federal level, not just New Jersey. Obviously everything is illegal here but if you could get a couple other senators from different states to go along with it this might just get passed.

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