Gun Laws By State – 2015 Edition (Reciprocity and Gun Laws Quick Reference Guide)

May 28, 2015 - Comment

500+ updates to the 2015 Edition Featured on the NRA News Radio Show As seen in Gun Digest: Shooters Guide Preparing you for the time when “what if” becomes “what is.” Written by a prominent gun law author, and nationally recognized gun law attorney. 334 pages. Covers Reciprocal Carry of 50 states, Constitutional & Federal

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500+ updates to the 2015 Edition Featured on the NRA News Radio Show As seen in Gun Digest: Shooters Guide Preparing you for the time when “what if” becomes “what is.” Written by a prominent gun law author, and nationally recognized gun law attorney. 334 pages. Covers Reciprocal Carry of 50 states, Constitutional & Federal Law, Use of Force, Criminal Provisions, Civil & Criminal Liability, Preemption, Federal Property & Interstate Transportation & HR 218.

Comments

Frank says:

Disappointed The title suggests it will break down the different gun laws for each state, which isn’t accurate. Most of this book includes how to travel and carry concealed in other states in general, rather than clearly stating which states allow what. This is an acceptable starting point for further research but isn’t a solid source by itself. I was hoping to gain confidence in carry laws, duty to inform laws, printing/exposing laws, and carry location restrictions based on state. The book covers some of…

Hank says:

Gun Law By State I travel to California, in my motorhome, from New Mexico 3 -4 times per year. My NM Concealed Carry Permit is recognized in Ariz, but when entering CA I must place my pistol in a lock box until I hook up at a RV park. Then my RV is considered a “home” for CA purposes and the pistol may be taken out of the lock box. When leaving the RV park the pistol must be returned to the lock box, until I reach AZ. 

Gguy says:

An Outstanding Resource I bought this book thinking the first part (full of legaleeze) would be a waste of money but hoped the bulk of the book with the state listings would be useful. I was wrong about the first part and right about the second. 

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