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Isn't this negligence?
I guess.

But if something's legal in KS and also in OK, why would it be illegal to cross those lines?
"But the NRA doesnn't care. They say no to training. Stupid people let the NRA speak for them because they're too stupid to think for themselves."

Ummm, NRA and affiliates are **THE** premier proponents and agents of training in the US of A. 

I vowed to get along with you Mrs. Report, but that is a very irresponsible statement.
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(12-08-2017, 04:18 PM)jafs3 Wrote: I guess.

But if something's legal in KS and also in OK, why would it be illegal to cross those lines?

If both states have permit-less carry or reciprocal agreements, it's not. If the states want to regulate differently, crossing the line may make a legal carry into an illegal one.
Ah - thanks.

That makes sense - I guess some states would choose not to allow concealed carry holders from other states to come into their state - maybe because they have different requirements for training, etc. to get the license.

It's another upside-down conservative approach - mandating what states do instead of allowing them to set their own rules. So much for "states' rights".
Oh, it's a very traditional use of "state's rights." Back in the day, the South wanted the state right to own slaves but they wanted to curb the ability of other states to ban slavery. They wanted all refugees returned to slavery, and they wanted to allow slave owners to transport slaves across state lines.
yah carefule there - Rs wanna dump healthcare onto individual states - that's a double upside down con value set.
Its very, very difficult to dispel ignorance if you retain arrogance.
They want to dump the funding for healthcare onto individual states, but they'd still be happy making federal regulations about some of the procedures that state money couldn't pay for.
(12-08-2017, 04:16 PM)susnus Wrote: I can only think that it's about the crossing of state lines - what else is there?

About 5 years ago when Grdaughter was moving from Nashville to Seattle she had a hand gun and I called someone to see how she could accomplish getting it from Nashville to here and then to Seattle. Her new company sent a moving van for her furniture but said no guns allowed. The moving truck that picked up her car here in Topeka and moved it to Seattle said the gun could not be in the car. The airline said they could put it on the flight with her and cat but it had to be in a secure box with a lock on it and no ammo could go. But I found out that she could not drive it from Nashville to here... crossing state lines. And she was not flying until later after she moved out of Nashville and came here for a few weeks. So that left her needing to bring it in the car. So she did... but it was not legal to do that I was told by a gun shop here in town. 

As for flying, they did accept it in the secure box, but when she got to Seattle her luggage was not there. It had been detoured to some area where guns were detoured to. They had to deliver her luggage to her apartment in Seattle the next day. So it wasn't a clean move of a gun. 

The gun dealer told us he could send it to a gun dealer in Seattle for her, but she would have to pay fees to both places for that. 

Moving guns across state lines is a pain in the ass unless you're willing to take a chance that you won't get caught.

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