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AyatollahGondola
11-30-2012, 10:00 AM
http://www.sacbee.com/2012/11/30/5021275/10-state-attorneys-general-oppose.html

The other attorneys general are from California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada and Oregon, along with Pennsylvania's attorney general-elect.

Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2012/11/30/5021275/10-state-attorneys-general-oppose.html#storylink=cpy

wildhawker
11-30-2012, 10:02 AM
This is my shocked face.

Wait. No. This is not shocking.

-Brandon

wilit
11-30-2012, 10:03 AM
I'm surprised to see Pennsylvania in there... The others, not so much.

Wherryj
11-30-2012, 10:34 AM
This is my shocked face.

Wait. No. This is not shocking.

-Brandon

Well, I AM a little shocked by Nevada joining the party. The rest, not so much.

nothinghere2c
11-30-2012, 10:36 AM
loooool

SURPRISE!

PhalSe
11-30-2012, 10:53 AM
Well, I AM a little shocked by Nevada joining the party. The rest, not so much.

Because of Las Vegas I'm not.

Glock22Fan
11-30-2012, 10:54 AM
Well, I AM a little shocked by Nevada joining the party. The rest, not so much.

Nevada can be a bit iffy, as you can tell if you think about the fact that they decided to stop recognizing Utah's CCW. Maybe they are a bit sensitive to the number of tourists who are unused to guns, as so much of their income is tourist generated.

Apart from that:

color me shocked! NOT.

epilepticninja
11-30-2012, 10:54 AM
Nevada and Oregon joining the party is surprising, especially with Nevada already having reciprocity in that state. Our beautiful state joining in, why is that no surprise. How did this state go so wrong...

Window_Seat
11-30-2012, 11:22 AM
http://i301.photobucket.com/albums/nn70/Broodstar1987/Reactions/DogShockedFace.jpg

Erik.

AyatollahGondola
11-30-2012, 11:28 AM
. How did this state go so wrong...

Immigration, next, aerospace and military base closures, then federal low income housing edicts, and finally, federal and state voter madates.

Decoligny
11-30-2012, 11:31 AM
Nevada and Oregon joining the party is surprising, especially with Nevada already having reciprocity in that state. Our beautiful state joining in, why is that no surprise. How did this state go so wrong...

Oregon doesn't currently accept any other state's CCWs. So, Oregon doesn't suprise me at all.

donny douchebag
11-30-2012, 11:31 AM
Surprised by Oregon. They came close to accepting all permits last year.

SanPedroShooter
11-30-2012, 11:34 AM
Nevada and Oregon joining the party is surprising, especially with Nevada already having reciprocity in that state. Our beautiful state joining in, why is that no surprise. How did this state go so wrong...

Oregon permits are easy to get for residents. Really easy, but the Sheriffs have control over non residents and most have a hair up their asses about handing them out. No reprocity either.

OR has been ruined by liberals in a lot of ways, but the damage and evil they do is limited by the fact the most of the state is broke and empty. Also, like most western states, you get a lot of democrat lawmakers that support the 2A when pressed on it. Its part of the deal wether they like it or not.

Volksgrenadier
11-30-2012, 11:44 AM
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-UWzWQlpE180/Ts__UPq4HTI/AAAAAAAAMZU/HepKuNOuAYU/s1600/In%2BSoviet%2BRussia%2B-%2BComedian%2BLaughs%2BAt%2BYou.png

California gets the politicians it deserves.

kf6tac
11-30-2012, 11:52 AM
http://static.fjcdn.com/pictures/Trololo_5e5fd0_2929626.jpg

California gets the politicians it deserves.

They're the politicians California deserves, but not the politicians it needs right now... (we need a Batman emoticon)...

hornswaggled
11-30-2012, 11:56 AM
Harris is pathetic. What little anti-Constitution bandwagon DOESN'T he jump aboard?

donny douchebag
11-30-2012, 12:03 PM
He's a she

dfletcher
11-30-2012, 12:09 PM
I like the NY AG's comment:

"New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says 68 percent of the guns used in New York crimes last year were traced to other states."

What on earth does this have to do with reciprocity? Do people from out of state show up with guns and start blasting away - no. The "68%" figure - if it's accurate, reflects crimes committed by NY residents using guns brought in to the state by others.

The anti-gun folks can blather out nearly anything and have it made to sound ominous and insightful in the media. I'm waiting for a comment like "you know, 98% of handguns can be made to fire with their safety off" to make it into the paper as a serious quote.

SilverTauron
11-30-2012, 12:35 PM
Looking at this issue on a practical basis, maybe we should consider legislation delegating all gun control authority to the individual states. Assuming for arguments' sake we pass national concealed carry, those 10 states in that article won't roll out the welcome mat for legally armed visitors.

They'll react to national reciprocity by criminalizing self defense itself; if they can't lock you up for carrying a gun, they'll toss you in the clink for using it. If drawing a firearm in public carries an automatic 2 year jail sentence it won't matter that carrying it is legal.

CCWFacts
11-30-2012, 12:38 PM
Does this mean that they are worried about this actually going somewhere?

It's close but is it close enough to have a shot?

Mesa Tactical
11-30-2012, 1:04 PM
He's a she

Kinda hawt, too.

GOEX FFF
11-30-2012, 1:04 PM
Looking at this issue on a practical basis, maybe we should consider legislation delegating all gun control authority to the individual states. Assuming for arguments' sake we pass national concealed carry, those 10 states in that article won't roll out the welcome mat for legally armed visitors.

They'll react to national reciprocity by criminalizing self defense itself; if they can't lock you up for carrying a gun, they'll toss you in the clink for using it. If drawing a firearm in public carries an automatic 2 year jail sentence it won't matter that carrying it is legal.

How does that ole' saying go? Oh yeah..."It's better to be tried by twelve then to be carried by 6."

SanPedroShooter
11-30-2012, 1:05 PM
Kinda hawt, too.

As far as left wing women politicians go, she's a super model...

But yeah, she is kinda hot.

http://freebeacon.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Kamala_Harris_Official_Attorney_General_Photo.jpeg

She's not young anymore, but she's in good shape. She has nice legs too.

Coded-Dude
11-30-2012, 1:11 PM
:batman:

They're the politicians California deserves, but not the politicians it needs right now... (we need a Batman emoticon)...

M. D. Van Norman
11-30-2012, 1:14 PM
What little anti-Constitution bandwagon DOESN’T [she] jump aboard?

Probably the ban-gay-marriage bandwagon for one. :p

stitchnicklas
11-30-2012, 1:19 PM
no surprise here with that witch in office




edit:i hate auto-corrections......you guess it

AyatollahGondola
11-30-2012, 1:21 PM
They'll react to national reciprocity by criminalizing self defense itself; if they can't lock you up for carrying a gun, they'll toss you in the clink for using it. If drawing a firearm in public carries an automatic 2 year jail sentence it won't matter that carrying it is legal.

Oh c'mon now....
That an absurd notion. Protecting life is chiseled into the constitutions of most, if not all states, and the US constitution

AyatollahGondola
11-30-2012, 1:34 PM
As far as left wing women politicians go, she's a super model...

But yeah, she is kinda hot.

http://freebeacon.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Kamala_Harris_Official_Attorney_General_Photo.jpeg

She's not young anymore, but she's in good shape. She has nice legs too.

And we wonder why liberals are elected. RINOs too for that matter. It's often some shallow rooted popularity contest where personal appeal trumps substance and history. I don't mean to indict you personally, but just giving you the benefit of the doubt, there are far too may voters who would vote for the best looking

I don't know how many of you are familiar with the AG's office, but it is extremely hypocritical of her to oppose sensible gun use and possession. Her office, unlike any other of the constitutionally elected officers in this state, is a fortress. Unlike the governors office (the state capitol), I don't know of a single recorded attempt at an assault on that compound. Bullet proof glass between even the security and the visitors, heavily screened, and even personal contact between the public is highly controlled. She's afraid of the public. They're armed to the teeth in there. But for some reason, the very people she's sworn to defend, should not be afforded the same priviledge or right, depending on how you see it.

AEC1
11-30-2012, 1:41 PM
Maybee we should have elected Jerry Brown as attorney general and not Governor... You know he is the unnamed board member of CGF. A true friend of the second amendment....

AyatollahGondola
11-30-2012, 1:47 PM
Maybee we should have elected Jerry Brown as attorney general and not Governor... You know he is the unnamed board member of CGF. A true friend of the second amendment....

He was AG before he was governor this time

SilverTauron
11-30-2012, 1:50 PM
Her office, unlike any other of the constitutionally elected officers in this state, is a fortress. Unlike the governors office (the state capitol), I don't know of a single recorded attempt at an assault on that compound. Bullet proof glass between even the security and the visitors, heavily screened, and even personal contact between the public is highly controlled. She's afraid of the public. They're armed to the teeth in there. But for some reason, the very people she's sworn to defend, should not be afforded the same priviledge or right, depending on how you see it.

Maybe she's seen Michael Mann's film Collateral? ;)

On the topic of working in a fortress, I don't blame her one bit. Say what you want to about her anti-gun politics, but the AG office prosecutes cases against some Very Bad People, some of whom can order a hit against Harris and her staff. The DMV doesn't have to worry about a Cartel hit squad assaulting the building.

Oh c'mon now....
That an absurd notion. Protecting life is chiseled into the constitutions of most, if not all states, and the US constitution

Except the sheeple who elect people like Harris don't believe our lives are worthy of any protection. Deprived of the authority to regulate who's armed, said sheeple will demand action to stop Cleetus from bringing his .500 S&W to downtown San Fransisco. Passing a law that demands jail time for exposure of a firearm even in self defense circumstances will silence the baying and accomplish the goal of blocking legal carry. Folks won't bring a gun if they know just accidently revealing the weapon can equal jail time and loss of their gun rights.

Then you have places like New York and New Jersey, where you need a local permit just to touch a handgun-which aren't issued to non-residents. Thus you end up with the absurd situation of being legally able to carry a handgun, but possession of the handgun itself is a crime.

SanPedroShooter
11-30-2012, 1:57 PM
Most female lib politicians are ugly as sin.

Harris may be evil inside, but outside she's kinda hot. I would cut off my own hand before I allowed it to cast a vote for someone like Harris.

I would hit it if there were no strings though.

She didnt win cause of her looks. She won because GOP candidates are unelectable to state wide office in California. She wont stop here either. She'll be USAG if we get another democrat president in 2016, maybe before.... This state spreads its evil and failure like it used to spread its wealth and innovation.

NoJoke
11-30-2012, 1:58 PM
And we wonder why liberals are elected. RINOs too for that matter. It's often some shallow rooted popularity contest where personal appeal trumps substance and history. I don't mean to indict you personally, but just giving you the benefit of the doubt, there are far too may voters who would vote for the best looking.

This.

If she wants to run for the next Victoria's secret model, great. Lets demand policies from our politicians.

press1280
11-30-2012, 2:02 PM
Does this mean that they are worried about this actually going somewhere?

It's close but is it close enough to have a shot?

This is what I was thinking when I saw this. Unless somehow there's a very secret plan to attach Reciprocity to the fiscal cliff bill, then this thing will have to start from scratch when the new Congress comes in.

It seems to have a shot if it could ever get a vote in the Senate(attached to another piece of legislation of course). The numbers on this issue in the Senate are unchanged or possibly better.

http://www.poststarnews.com/news/x1978611423/A-G-SCHNEIDERMAN-LEADS-10-STATE-COALITION-FIGHTING-RACE-TO-THE-BOTTOM-GUN-LAWS A longer article even more biased than the first.

SanPedroShooter
11-30-2012, 2:07 PM
This.

If she wants to run for the next Victoria's secret model, great. Lets demand policies from our politicians.

I think we are seeing her policy...

SilverTauron
11-30-2012, 2:12 PM
This is what I was thinking when I saw this. Unless somehow there's a very secret plan to attach Reciprocity to the fiscal cliff bill, then this thing will have to start from scratch when the new Congress comes in.

It seems to have a shot if it could ever get a vote in the Senate(attached to another piece of legislation of course). The numbers on this issue in the Senate are unchanged or possibly better.


Wrong.

Obama will not sign National Reciprocity into law. Assuming the Republicans spike the drinks of the Democrat Senate members during the vote, Obama will veto anything pro-gun that hits his desk. Since he won re-election, he doesn't have to worry about pissing off half the country with a veto.

Damn True
11-30-2012, 2:14 PM
This is my not shocked face.


So....*****ing aside, how might we oppose/fight this?

Damn True
11-30-2012, 2:15 PM
This is my not shocked face.


So....kvetching aside, how might we oppose/fight this?

jamesob
11-30-2012, 2:18 PM
Ny ag says 68% of firearms used in crimes were traced from out of the state. Where the people that used those firearms in a crime ccw holders from a different state? Unlikely.

NoJoke
11-30-2012, 2:19 PM
I think we are seeing her policy...

Maybe you, I and a few others here - but do most of the TV educated electorate?

SanPedroShooter
11-30-2012, 2:26 PM
Maybe you, I and a few others here - but do most of the TV educated electorate?

Hell no. I dont like to badmouth the electorate as a whole, but I will say that California gets the politicians it deserves.

Mesa Tactical
11-30-2012, 2:59 PM
And we wonder why liberals are elected. RINOs too for that matter. It's often some shallow rooted popularity contest where personal appeal trumps substance and history.

Are you talking about Sarah Palin?

AyatollahGondola
11-30-2012, 3:11 PM
Are you talking about Sarah Palin?

Yeah, her too really

AyatollahGondola
11-30-2012, 3:25 PM
Maybe she's seen Michael Mann's film Collateral? ;)

On the topic of working in a fortress, I don't blame her one bit. Say what you want to about her anti-gun politics, but the AG office prosecutes cases against some Very Bad People, some of whom can order a hit against Harris and her staff. The DMV doesn't have to worry about a Cartel hit squad assaulting the building..

The majority of cases the AG's office prosecutes are against people who are licensed by the state in some fashion, like real estate, cosmetology, doctors, chiropractors, contracotrs. They actually just downsized the drug. and violent crimes related units, but spent a great deal of resources on the banking and financial institutions industry where they got their hands on millions and millions of dollars to dole out to the people who lost homes, or now have trouble buying one.
And DMV was far removed from my reference. The constitutionally elected officer I refer to are the Lt Governor, the Treasurer, the controller, the secretary of state,,,,Any of those offices are easily accessed by the individual. The AG's office...no

Glock22Fan
11-30-2012, 3:27 PM
Are you talking about Sarah Palin?

I thought he was talking about Obama. Sarah Palin would not be my choice, but she had had far more experience than Obama when he was elected.

taperxz
11-30-2012, 3:31 PM
Sitting in a hot tub with both Kamala and Sarah talking about 2A rights would be an absolute pleasure. Intellectual discussions, disagreements and then making up so we are all friends would be winning!

SanPedroShooter
11-30-2012, 6:55 PM
Sitting in a hot tub with both Kamala and Sarah talking about 2A rights would be an absolute pleasure. Intellectual discussions, disagreements and then making up so we are all friends would be winning!

Throw in some MDMA, a can of frog lube and a handy cam.

Gray Peterson
11-30-2012, 7:10 PM
http://www.sacbee.com/2012/11/30/5021275/10-state-attorneys-general-oppose.html

The other attorneys general are from California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada and Oregon, along with Pennsylvania's attorney general-elect.

Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2012/11/30/5021275/10-state-attorneys-general-oppose.html#storylink=cpy

In other news, the sun rises from the east....

scarville
11-30-2012, 7:21 PM
Ok, Kamala Harris wants me dead. Now tell me something I didn't already know,.

bulgron
11-30-2012, 7:34 PM
They'll react to national reciprocity by criminalizing self defense itself; if they can't lock you up for carrying a gun, they'll toss you in the clink for using it. If drawing a firearm in public carries an automatic 2 year jail sentence it won't matter that carrying it is legal.

The act of self-defense is itself covered by the Second Amendment. I believe this point was made in Heller, implicitly if not explicitly.

Yes, it would probably require another trip to SCOTUS to clarify that, but I think even the liberal justices would have trouble supporting a law that says you can't act in your own personal self-defense, especially since SCOTUS has already ruled that the police have no legal duty to defend you.

kf6tac
11-30-2012, 7:44 PM
Wrong.

Obama will not sign National Reciprocity into law. Assuming the Republicans spike the drinks of the Democrat Senate members during the vote, Obama will veto anything pro-gun that hits his desk. Since he won re-election, he doesn't have to worry about pissing off half the country with a veto.

Hence why it would have to be attached to something too important to veto, like legislation to address the fiscal cliff.

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2

dawgcasa
11-30-2012, 7:45 PM
As far as left wing women politicians go, she's a super model...

But yeah, she is kinda hot.

http://freebeacon.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Kamala_Harris_Official_Attorney_General_Photo.jpeg

She's not young anymore, but she's in good shape. She has nice legs too.

Well, ok, I'll give you that. As leftie liberal socialist politician women go, Kamala doesn't quite make my gag reflex trigger uncontrollably like Debbie Wasserman-Schultz does.

Bruce
11-30-2012, 7:49 PM
As far as left wing women politicians go, she's a super model...

But yeah, she is kinda hot.

http://freebeacon.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Kamala_Harris_Official_Attorney_General_Photo.jpeg



Airbrushing.

Bruce
11-30-2012, 7:51 PM
"Kamala Harris Joins 9 Attorney's General To Oppose Reciprocity"


But of course, Komrade. Is party line.

swat
11-30-2012, 7:56 PM
When Holder resigns, she will be the next USAG

SanPedroShooter
11-30-2012, 8:10 PM
Airbrushing.

I admit I had to dig to find the best one.

I couldnt get her legs to match up with a good picture of her face. You gotta look at one, then the other.

Or neither, I was agreeing with someone else that said she was kinda hot. I could go my whole life without ever seeing her again and die happy. Happier actually.

I'll tell you right now, if we cant get rid of democrats, state AG will not be the last place we see her.

CitaDeL
11-30-2012, 8:38 PM
In other news, the sun rises from the east....

Sorry to point this out... but the Sun is stationary and only appears to rise and set based upon our limited perspective on a rotating planet.;)

Coded-Dude
11-30-2012, 8:46 PM
Sorry to point this out... but the Sun is stationary and only appears to rise and set based upon our limited perspective on a rotating planet.;)

:rofl:


best post of the day....thank you good sir!

although, to be accurate....the sun is not stationary. It is moving through space just like we are. We just happen to be following it around.

huntercf
11-30-2012, 8:54 PM
This is my shocked face.

Wait. No. This is not shocking.

-Brandon

:eek:

Seriously, is anyone surprised by this based on what she has been doing with the DOJ since she took office. She is a wolf in bear clothing.

kcbrown
11-30-2012, 9:24 PM
:rofl:


best post of the day....thank you good sir!

although, to be accurate....the sun is not stationary. It is moving through space just like we are. We just happen to be following it around.

That depends on what spatial frame of reference you decide to use. :D

kcbrown
11-30-2012, 9:27 PM
The act of self-defense is itself covered by the Second Amendment. I believe this point was made in Heller, implicitly if not explicitly.

Yes, it would probably require another trip to SCOTUS to clarify that, but I think even the liberal justices would have trouble supporting a law that says you can't act in your own personal self-defense, especially since SCOTUS has already ruled that the police have no legal duty to defend you.

Liberal justices would have no trouble whatsoever supporting a law preventing you from using force in self-defense -- they believe that the state should have a monopoly on the use of force, because they believe only the state has the "wisdom" to properly use force at all.

AyatollahGondola
11-30-2012, 9:44 PM
In other news, the sun rises from the east....

:eek:

Seriously, is anyone surprised by this based on what she has been doing with the DOJ since she took office. She is a wolf in bear clothing.

Sure seemed like news to me, but then again, I don't take the sun for granted regardless of its' history

kf6tac
11-30-2012, 9:56 PM
:batman:

Well would you look at that.

Baja Daze
12-01-2012, 1:40 AM
Nevada and Oregon joining the party is surprising, especially with Nevada already having reciprocity in that state. Our beautiful state joining in, why is that no surprise. How did this state go so wrong...

Incorrect, Nevada does not have a reciprocity statute or reciprocity with ANY state. Currently Nevada recognizes valid permits issued by 16 other states.

Full Clip
12-01-2012, 1:52 AM
Because of Las Vegas I'm not.

Because of Harry Reid I'm not.

Mulay El Raisuli
12-01-2012, 6:29 AM
Does this mean that they are worried about this actually going somewhere?

It's close but is it close enough to have a shot?


I hope so. OTOH, they could be 'belt & suspenders' people.


This is what I was thinking when I saw this. Unless somehow there's a very secret plan to attach Reciprocity to the fiscal cliff bill, then this thing will have to start from scratch when the new Congress comes in.

It seems to have a shot if it could ever get a vote in the Senate(attached to another piece of legislation of course). The numbers on this issue in the Senate are unchanged or possibly better.

http://www.poststarnews.com/news/x1978611423/A-G-SCHNEIDERMAN-LEADS-10-STATE-COALITION-FIGHTING-RACE-TO-THE-BOTTOM-GUN-LAWS A longer article even more biased than the first.


Ooooh! The very idea of it has me drooling.

Which guarantees it won't happen. Fun dream though.


I like the NY AG's comment:

"New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says 68 percent of the guns used in New York crimes last year were traced to other states."

What on earth does this have to do with reciprocity? Do people from out of state show up with guns and start blasting away - no. The "68%" figure - if it's accurate, reflects crimes committed by NY residents using guns brought in to the state by others.

The anti-gun folks can blather out nearly anything and have it made to sound ominous and insightful in the media. I'm waiting for a comment like "you know, 98% of handguns can be made to fire with their safety off" to make it into the paper as a serious quote.


Now you've done it. Bloomberg will be spewing this next week, I'm sure.


The Raisuli

CDFingers
12-01-2012, 7:36 AM
My position is that neither the Ninth nor the Tenth Amendment allows for one state to "infringe" upon its citizens' RKBA more or less than any other state infringes its citizens' RKBA.

I think that is a 14th Amendment stance similar to what Justice Thomas took in McDonald vs. City of Chicago.

CDFingers

epilepticninja
12-01-2012, 10:33 AM
Throw in some MDMA, a can of frog lube and a handy cam.

I love this place! :D

FatCity67
12-02-2012, 7:06 AM
Sorry not seeing it. Got a man tran look on that mug.

Sutcliffe
12-02-2012, 11:20 AM
California should not have to cater to anyone toting a firearm that visits our golden state.




As long as she includes members of federal and state law enforcement.

American Samurai
12-02-2012, 11:22 AM
Exactly, she's got a man'ish look to her.

IrishPirate
12-02-2012, 11:30 AM
Well, I AM a little shocked by Nevada joining the party. The rest, not so much.

they just don't want idiots from other states trying to bring guns into their casinos and thinking it's legal....they have enough problems already.

SanPedroShooter
12-02-2012, 12:08 PM
I love this place! :D

I was pretty drunk when I wrote that.

I am sober now. Do I regret it....? Naw...;)

tbhracing
12-02-2012, 12:29 PM
The UT permit is no longer allowed in NV? Glad I got an AZ permit that still works there.

gunsandrockets
12-02-2012, 3:51 PM
I'm surprised to see Pennsylvania in there... The others, not so much.

From what I read over at http://www.pagunblog.com/ , I'm not. Apparently that state has been trending from purple to blue for some time now.

In any case that list of states of the relevant AGs is a nice shorthand of the new anti-gun division of America, the unfree states vs everyone else. (to be fair to Pennsylvania, existing state law makes them pro-gun, but where will they will end up twenty years from now? Absent Federal court action Pennsylvania could be as bad as California)

gunsmith
12-02-2012, 7:54 PM
10 years ago most people on gun boards were saying "you'll never be able to carry at the Grand Canyon or Yellowstone or any other Nat Park" .

Obama signed that into law, he'll sign nat reciprocity if he needs it for something. We should have remained strong with that law about gay rights that nat recip was attached to a few yrs ago.

randian
12-03-2012, 10:39 AM
they just don't want idiots from other states trying to bring guns into their casinos and thinking it's legal....they have enough problems already.
Last I checked concealed carry isn't illegal in a Nevada casino, even if they have a sign asking you not to. If they make you you'll probably be asked to leave, though.

randian
12-03-2012, 10:44 AM
Surprised by Oregon. They came close to accepting all permits last year.
Not really. Gun bills in Oregon always go through a committee headed by a Senator who never lets such bills exit his committee for a public vote of the Oregon Senate. If he does, you can guarantee he did a "gut and amend" on the bill, turning it into an anti-gun bill. So long as that Senator is around Oregon will never be close to recognizing other state's permits, no matter what the Oregon House passes.

ronlglock
12-03-2012, 3:26 PM
Incorrect, Nevada does not have a reciprocity statute or reciprocity with ANY state. Currently Nevada recognizes valid permits issued by 16 other states.

Including Arizona, which you can get by proving that you have a LTC from any other state.