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Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by Yankee2718, Jun 19, 2011.

  1. Yankee2718

    Yankee2718

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    I've been searching the internet for information regarding LEOSA. The info that I have gotten from my dept seems to be 100% correct concerning my home state, but possibly not correct concerning out of state carry. Can anyone post a link to a website that lists then restrictions that LEOSA has? Thanks.
     
  2. Bill Lumberg

    Bill Lumberg BTF Inventor

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    If you're a police officer, or a qualified retired one, what state you're in has nothing to do with whether you can carry. That's part of what LEOSA done. All 50 states. Ask a mod to post this in the appropriate forum- Cop Talk.

     


  3. isp2605

    isp2605

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    You could always read the statute.
    T18 USC S926B and C.
    When doing the search make sure you find the version that includes the 2010 changes, most of which dealt with retirees.