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Concealed Carry Tips – Part 1
Concealed Carry Tips – Part 2
Concealed Carry Permit Reciprocity Maps
National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act of 2015
Amends the federal criminal code to authorize a person who is
carrying a valid, government-issued identification document containing
that person's photograph and a valid permit to carry a concealed firearm
in one state, and who is not prohibited from possessing, transporting,
shipping, or receiving a firearm under federal law, to possess or carry
a concealed handgun (other than a machine gun or destructive device) in
another state in accordance with the restrictions of that state.
Pennsylvania Firearms Laws and Resources
The Pennsylvania Senate is reviving legislation that's designed to make
it easier for gun owners and organizations like the National Rifle
Association to challenge cities' firearms ordinances in court
Pennsylvania: Your Urgent Action Needed to Pass Important Firearms
Next week is the final week of the 2016 legislative
session for the Pennsylvania General Assembly. With time
winding down, it’s time for the legislature to pass
Senate Bill 1330, important firearms preemption
legislation. While the Senate successfully passed SB 1330 this
week, the House of Representatives failed to take action on it.
Pennsylvania Gun Law HB503
Title: Relating to firearm registration;
providing for duties of the Pennsylvania State Police; and imposing
Description: An Act relating to firearm registration; providing
for duties of the Pennsylvania State Police; and imposing penalties.
Session: 2015-2016 Regular Session
Last Action: Referred to JUDICIARY
Last Action Date: February 17, 2015
Note: the first sponsor listed is normally the primary sponsor.
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HB503 (link to actual house bill)
Senate approves bill to allow gun groups standing to sue
state Senate approved a measure late Wednesday that would give gun
groups -- including the National Rifle Association -- standing in
court to sue municipalities that enact their own gun laws.
To The Interstate Transportation Of Firearms
Federal law does
not restrict individuals from transporting legally acquired firearms
across state lines for lawful purposes except those explicitly
prohibited by federal law to include convicted felons; persons under
indictment for felonies; adjudicated “mental defectives” or those
who have been involuntarily committed to mental institutions;
illegal drug users; illegal aliens and most nonimmigrant aliens;
dishonorably discharged veterans; those who have renounced their
U.S. citizenship; fugitives from justice; persons convicted of
misdemeanor crimes of domestic violence; and persons subject to
domestic violence restraining orders. Therefore, no federal permit
is required (or available) for the interstate transportation of
firearms. Title 18- Part 1- Chapter 44- s926A
Many states and localities have laws governing the transportation
of firearms. Travelers must be aware of these laws and comply with
legal requirements in each jurisdiction. There is no uniform state
transportation procedure for firearms. If in doubt, a traveler
should carry firearms unloaded, locked in a case, and stored in an
area (such as a trunk or attached toolbox) where they are
inaccessible from a vehicle’s passenger compartment and not visible
from outside the vehicle. Any ammunition should be stored in a
separate locked container. (Follow above link for more...)
Senate Passes Firearms Preemption Legislation, Also Votes to Ban
Your help is still needed - Call your state Representative now!
After four years in the making, yesterday the Pennsylvania Senate finally voted to pass firearms preemption legislation in the form of an amendment to House Bill 80. HB 80 passed by an overwhelming 34-14 vote. This critical firearms preemption bill is not out of the woods yet, though. We are down to the final hours of the 2014 legislative session, and your immediate action could make the difference to achieve this long-overdue measure. The state House is expected to vote on HB 80 on Monday, October 20, and we need you to contact your state Representative today!
Employer Firearm Parking Lot Bans Widespread
contact your state legislators today
and ask them to make employee protection a priority this session.
Tell them we want to work together to ban these types of
arbitrary policies – and STOP the banning of firearms in one's
private motor vehicle. Tell
them that 23 states around the country have employee protection
parking lot laws, and that Pennsylvanians should have the same
rights as nearly half of the country.
Guns Priced Right Encourages Support of these Gun Owners' Rights Organizations