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Old 02-10-2010, 02:58 PM
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Concealed permit and Military?

SO my buddy just got back from the Army with an honorable discharge and now he is looking at buying a pistol to carry. He says he believes he doesnt need to get a CPL due to his military status and he can use his military ID just the same as a concealed permit, but he is not sure. Can anyone confirm or deny this before we go out shopping for a gun for him? I have never heard of it before, but I suppose it is possible and kinda makes sense? I have searched around on the internet but I havent had any luck finding the info I need.. Thanks.
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I know here in TN, You still have to have your CCP to carry. I think even LEOs even have to have the permit to carry unless they are on duty.
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look on your states sight it is most likely under the probate court but it is a state by state thing and if he is discharged it will be a no go because its one of them things that helps with domestic work. you know so troops can conceal on an assignment.
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In Washington Matt you have to have a CCP. Well last I checked which was when I got mine.
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Doesn't sound right to me.

Most states you need a ccl or be a LEO.

Except my state , just gotta be a legal resident over 21 with no felonies / domestic violence.
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Doesn't sound right to me.

Most states you need a ccl or be a LEO.

Except my state , just gotta be a legal resident over 21 with no felonies / domestic violence.
Rub it in why dont ya?
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well you all are lucky at least your states will let you with a permit. wisconsin is stupid about it
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SO my buddy just got back from the Army with an honorable discharge and now he is looking at buying a pistol to carry. He says he believes he doesnt need to get a CPL due to his military status and he can use his military ID just the same as a concealed permit, but he is not sure. Can anyone confirm or deny this before we go out shopping for a gun for him? I have never heard of it before, but I suppose it is possible and kinda makes sense? I have searched around on the internet but I havent had any luck finding the info I need.. Thanks.
He needs to get a CPL. His military status does not allow him to carry concealed. Besides he has no military status anymore. He has been Honorably Discharged from service.

He needs the CPL. Tell him he needs it before he gets wrapped up in court.

Now to clarify some other things.

LEO's do not need a CPL unless there department requires it.

In 2006 a federal act became law. It is called the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Safety ACT. Also known as HR218, Also referred to as LEOSA.

Under this federal law if you are a Law Enforcement Officer by deffinition of law. Then you can carry concealed in any state with out a CPL.

So if you are Law Enforcement you should check into this Federal Law. Also if you are Law Enforcement and you did not know or your department does not know about this law. Please inform your department of this law.
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Old 02-10-2010, 06:31 PM
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look on your states sight it is most likely under the probate court but it is a state by state thing and if he is discharged it will be a no go because its one of them things that helps with domestic work. you know so troops can conceal on an assignment.
The only time someone in the military can carry is with orders. Your orders must state you will be arm.

When I was a chaser for the USMC. Every time I had to go pick up an idiot that decided to go awal. My orders stated I will be armed.

Just because you are military does not mean you can carry a weapon concealed.
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