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Old Yesterday, 19:21   #1
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nationwide CCW possible

It's within reach. Gunowners simply must vote for pro-gun candidates in the November elections.

We can do it!

We could have a CCW convention / victory party in NYC.
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If you mean nationwide reciprocity, yes. A national CCW license, no.
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Reciprocity will be one step towards getting nationwide CCW.
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If you mean nationwide reciprocity, yes. A national CCW license, no.
Exactly.

I trust state's rights (as least my own) but letting the federal government "approve" anything as sweeping as a nation-wide CCW?

No thank you and I will vote against such foolishness if at all possible.
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Reciprocity will be one step towards getting nationwide CCW.
This. I agree.
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Reciprocity, then nationwide CCW, then we work on Constitutional Carry!
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States don't have rights, states have powers.

Also, nationwide CCW is all to the good because frankly, my right to keep and bear arms does not end when I cross a state line.



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Exactly.

I trust state's rights (as least my own) but letting the federal government "approve" anything as sweeping as a nation-wide CCW?

No thank you and I will vote against such foolishness if at all possible.
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If DC can get consealed carry it is certainly possible. I never thought I'd see Chicago and DC get it...

Personally, I see nationwide CCW and I also think NFA will be repealed.
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This would be a great thing.
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This would be a great thing.
It depends on what the OP meant, and he doesn't really seem to have clarified what he means. He seems to want a Fed CCW. I will always vote against that. I'm fine w/ National Reciprocity.... I have a huge issue w/ a "Federal CCW".
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Gunowners simply must vote for pro-gun candidates. Especially in the primary elections.
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If you mean nationwide reciprocity, yes. A national CCW license, no.
^This.

Treat a state CCW license the same way as driver's license.

Federal CCW license? What could possibly go wrong?
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Gunowners simply must vote for pro-gun candidates. Especially in the primary elections.

Deadly assault weapons have no place in Massachusetts. These guns are not made for recreation or self-defense. They are instruments of destruction with the sole purpose of hunting down and killing people.”
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Reciprocity would be alot better than something at the federal level in my estimation.
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Yep. Feds pass it. Then Feds control it. And of course over regulate it like everything else.

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I'd like to see national reciprocity. The feds already regulate guns in ways that hurt us. Might as well get some legislation passed that helps us. I wouldn't want to see a federal CCW though.
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People need to work towards reciprocity. A federal CCW license is a horrible idea. You can't preach states rights on one hand when it benefits you and then criticize it on things that don't. The argument is absurd.
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People need to work towards reciprocity. A federal CCW license is a horrible idea. You can't preach states rights on one hand when it benefits you and then criticize it on things that don't. The argument is absurd.
Antigun groups do. Being that firearms go across state lines allows the feds to regulate, they say. A trucker from Ohio who needs to go to New York can't carry because of NY's silly gun laws. They're effecting his 2nd amendment right and interstate commerce. Through the 14th and 2nd amendments he should not have to leave his gun at home.
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