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    Default Re: Is this FAQ answer wrong?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bang View Post
    It is wrong. The United States Constitution's second amendment says he has a right to bear arms. AND the commonwealth's constitution says his right to bear arms shall not be questioned.
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    You like to fish ?
    The officer who pulled you over does .
    Where you going , where you been ?
    None of his business , If escalated and you do the walk let the lawyers to figure it out
    He can say you were going to the range and then file lawsuit against them .
    Keep rolling over and soon the whole country will be like Portland

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    Quote Originally Posted by JenniferG View Post
    All the officer needs to do is run a check to see who the gun is registered to.
    PA has gun registration?
    IANAL. I don't give legal advice. I'm only stating my OPINION.
    (Did I really need to say that on an Internet forum? LOL)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boots_DE View Post
    PA has gun registration?
    I think Jennifer's post may have been facetious, or possibly you also?

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    The thing I find really strange is that VA., SC, and NC all allow the carrying of a loaded handgun in a vehicle, without a permit. Although NC does specify that it must be clearly visible if you don't have a permit. PA law essentially nullifies the right to open carry without a LTCF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SevenMilePete View Post
    The thing I find really strange is that VA., SC, and NC all allow the carrying of a loaded handgun in a vehicle, without a permit. Although NC does specify that it must be clearly visible if you don't have a permit. PA law essentially nullifies the right to open carry without a LTCF.
    That or the constant state of emergency*s. I would really like to see Constitutional Carry, but I don*t know if we will ever have enough in the house, senate, and the governorship to do so.
    Proof Armed citizens make a difference. http://forum.pafoa.org/showthread.php?t=316012

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    Default Re: Is this FAQ answer wrong?

    Quote Originally Posted by R L Suehr View Post
    The FAQ is wrong, kinda. That exception under 6106 is a defense you can use in court. They can arrest you, but that is the defense (ie: my husband/wife left a gun and I didn't know it). Pretty crappy FAQ when it starts out that a gun in a vehicle "is considered concealed" too. That's not how the law is written and it isn't. The law states a LTCF is for carrying concealed on or about one's person OR in a vehicle. It separates the two acts intentionally.
    Help me understand your point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boots_DE View Post
    PA has gun registration?
    Defacto Because the state police break the spirit of the law and the pa Supreme Court are activists liberals the last time it was challenged.
    The Gun is the Badge of a Free Man

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    Quote Originally Posted by internet troll View Post
    Thanks for the feedback. It seems that it is inaccurate. Is it worth sending an email asking for clarification and them to correct it or not? I am from the other side of the state and know nothing about the receptiveness in that area.
    Remember it will cost money and outcome is not guaranteed if arrested. Get her ltcf, if ineligibility is the reason, the defense won*t stand. Ianal.
    The Gun is the Badge of a Free Man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunsnwater View Post
    Remember it will cost money and outcome is not guaranteed if arrested. Get her ltcf, if ineligibility is the reason, the defense won*t stand. Ianal.
    ???

    I just want proper information given out. I live on the other side of the state so it will not affect me on way or the other. My wife has ltcf and her own firearm to carry.
    Proof Armed citizens make a difference. http://forum.pafoa.org/showthread.php?t=316012

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