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    Quote Originally Posted by Brevard View Post
    I know it varies state to state. But I know of a few especially in NC you dont have to have a permit to possess a handgun, just to buy. Now I am not sure where your grandfather lives, but it could just be he can own it but not carry it on his person.
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    So all in all. I will say depending on the state I would think it was legal to own just not carry it on him. Gun laws have just gotten to be so ridiculious here over the past few years.
    By the flag, NY state. you can not OWN a handgun in NY state without a permit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmaske View Post
    As a side note: I wonder why anyone who wants or owns a hand gun would bother to live in places like NY or Jersey or CA. What a major pain in the rear it has got to be!!!!
    The gun laws are strict here but I seem to get by just fine and besides, this is where most of my family and friends live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmaske View Post
    As a side note: I wonder why anyone who wants or owns a hand gun would bother to live in places like NY or Jersey or CA. What a major pain in the rear it has got to be!!!!
    Don't forget Illinois! I know at least two cities (Oak Park and Chicago) that don't allow any handgun ownership. Add to that the 4-6 week wait for a Firearm Owner's Identification card that morphed into a 4 to 6 month wait since the election, AND no civilian carry and you get a very crappy state for the 2nd Amendment.

    I've often thought of moving 2 miles away to Indiana: no ID needed for purchasing or owning, and concealed carry is allowed with a permit

    Lower taxes, too!

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    I really feel for you guys! I grew up in Florida and have lived in Colorado most of my adult life. What a royal pain some of the laws you guys live with everyday must be. I can't believe the one were you can't even handle a gun without a permit. I wish some of the more wealthy gun owners around these states would spend the money to knock down some of these laws. Even a blind man can see they are crossways of the 2nd Amendment. I wonder why some of the larger gun clubs haven't taken a stab at this. I didn't mean to be disrespectful it's just unbelievable how restrictive to the point of exclusiveness the laws are in some states. You guys are really getting a bum rap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmaske View Post
    I really feel for you guys! I grew up in Florida and have lived in Colorado most of my adult life. What a royal pain some of the laws you guys live with everyday must be. I can't believe the one were you can't even handle a gun without a permit. I wish some of the more wealthy gun owners around these states would spend the money to knock down some of these laws. Even a blind man can see they are crossways of the 2nd Amendment. I wonder why some of the larger gun clubs haven't taken a stab at this. I didn't mean to be disrespectful it's just unbelievable how restrictive to the point of exclusiveness the laws are in some states. You guys are really getting a bum rap.
    I agree 100%! I would also like to see the NRA take a more active role in this as well, seeing that NRA membership is mandatory to get in any of the gun clubs around here.

    The Heller case in DC was nice, but for the last 50 years or so, NY has been letting judges decide who can and can't get a permit and what restrictions to place on the permit. There are no guidelines for this - its all done at the discretion of each issuing judge and with no means of appeal.

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    I use to live in Upstate New York before moving to Oregon. I had a CHL in NY but had to surrender it when I moved. Here in Oregon you dont need a permit to handle or buy a handgun. I know what a pain it is there. One good thing for New York is the appointment of Kirsten Gillibrand to take Clinton's place as senator. Shes pro 2nd Amendment.

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    i think it is a good thing. However a recent statement by her has me watching her. closely. Not a direct quote, but, "we need to curb gun violence, with out stepping on the rights of hunters."

    so better than hilbilary, better than chucky shoe head. still needs watching though i think. At least her past voting record is good.

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