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    New ky permitless cc bill 2017

    New ky permitless cc bill will be introduced to the house this week. Not a bad bill this time so far anyway.
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...it?usp=sharing


    We will have to push it hard to get it passed though
    You dont have to believe a train is coming to be run over by it.

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    Re: New ky permitless cc bill 2017

    Originally posted by Ghost1958 View Post
    New ky permitless cc bill will be introduced to the house this week. Not a bad bill this time so far anyway.
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...it?usp=sharing


    We will have to push it hard to get it passed though
    Not trying to be a prig, but why not revise 527.020 instead of have a new section of Code? Does this replace 527.020? My reading says that if I'm eligible under 527.020, then this new section 237 gives me permission to carry as if I had a permit.

    Here's my scenario, I get jacked up by the local constabulary, I don't have a permit and am charged. I now have either a Class A misdemeanor or Class 5 Felony that I have to defend against. I may have touched all the bases, and have all the documentation, but I'm still going to have to go to court because I DON'T have the friggin permit.

    Full disclosure, I'm from from Virginia and all of this is from a quick search on the relevant KY code sections referenced that I could find, not case law. I'm not an attorney, nor do I play one on TV, nor did I stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night.
    Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves. -William Pitt (1759-1806)

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      Re: New ky permitless cc bill 2017

      Georgia is trying to go for Constitutional carry as well but leaving the permt system in place for those that want one for reciprocity.
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        Re: New ky permitless cc bill 2017

        My question would be how a law enforcement officer is going to know if the person is eligible under the old law, if the person does not have a permit? As Ponsonby says, does he arrest him & then it's up to the person to prove he's eligible?
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          Re: New ky permitless cc bill 2017

          Well it didn't pass anyway but I'll try answer some questions

          All that was, done was simply strike the words, permit from existing law.
          KY has no other permit requirement to carry or own a, gun except concealed.

          Open Carry none of the domestic, child support garbage, applies. Only to a cc permit.

          I'm pretty sure the legislature simply didn't want to give up the little authority they have over guns here.

          So they tried to hold as much control as they could by using cc .
          They have NO regulatory power over oc or gun ownership that isn't a Federal law.
          You dont have to believe a train is coming to be run over by it.

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            Re: New ky permitless cc bill 2017

            Originally posted by Hammer1270
            Meh,,,, We got plenty that permitless carry in NY,,, Unfortunatly,,, it mostly the BGs...
            Lol more people carry concealed here without permits than have them.
            Folks carried cc here long before the state made it legal.
            The KY ccdw was and is a revenue scheme here. Nothing more.
            You dont have to believe a train is coming to be run over by it.

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              Re: New ky permitless cc bill 2017

              Happily, Texas is working on it. Still haven't been able to pass Constitutional Carry, but initial fee for CC has been reduced from $140 for 5 years to $70 with seniors from $70 to $35. Renewals from $70 to $35. Fee for vets is down to $25. Classes & proficiency test for renewals have also been dropped.
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