Senate o.k.'s conceal carry in National parks

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  1. Texsun

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    Score one for our side.
     


  2. DCortez

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    What bill was this attached to?

    Either way, sweeeeet.
     
  3. Texsun

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    The credit card reform somthing or other
     
  4. 40Arpent

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  5. DCortez

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    That sounds right.
     
  6. JKTex

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    The one thing the current administration said it would not tolerate that I agreed with, Pork. At least this time the Pork is being used for good. But the fat lady hasn't sang yet.
     
  7. Big country

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    Does this cover things like the LCRA here in central Texas? Or is that considered local or state property?
     
  8. Major Woody

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    Do you have to have a CHL?
     
  9. phatcyclist

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    As far as I know, they added a provision to allow CHL holders to have firearms on LCRA property last year.
     
  10. JKTex

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    You have to be legally able to carry whatever firearm the state allows you to. So if it's a handgun, and the state requires a CHL to carry, then yes. It's not a free ride for anyone that wants to carry, it just lifts the restriction on National Parks.
     


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