Who Gets Constitutional Carry? Ep. 19
Welcome everyone to Pew Pew Panel, With Ava Flanell and Civilian Tactical. Today we got gold in the mail, and we both talk about constitutional carry. Both it’s setbacks and successes. .
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Would you rather
If you could only shoot 1 for the rest of your life, would you rather pistols, SBRs, Rifles, or shutguns?
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Listener questions & Listener comments
What Is Your Favorite Gun?
@connorpratt8364 - for me? My personal favorite must be the Kriss Vector! Such a futuristic looking gun and the awesome aesthetic makes for an excellent PDW in my opinion
@hollyweirdtattoo - So far my favorite gun (that I own) is an American tactical military x 1911 or Glock 4. Dying to get my hands on a Canik or shadow systems or literally 100 other guns
@dominiclee1471 - It would depend but I would choose M1897 Winchester trench gun. It can slam fire which means it can fire without letting go of the trigger
Fun fact: Shot guns were considered weapons that violated the provisions of the Hague conventions, by the Germans in WW1
@dallinmaddock5923 - Fav gun is M1 carbine
Main Topic Part 1
Constitutional Carry: What is it?
Should you get a concealed carry license
No background checks
Extra TrainingWhere is it?
List of places
Florida (PC-21, as of July 1, 2023)
Georgia (PC-21 years old or 18 for military)
Maine (permits recognized; see Maine reciprocity section for details or PC-21)
Missouri (PC-19 or 18 for military)
Nebraska (PC-21 as of 90 days after the legislative session ends)
New Hampshire (PC-18)
North Dakota (PC-18) On April 12, 2023, Governor Doug Burgum signed HB 1339, allowing non-residents the ability to concealed carry under North Dakota’s permitless carry laws. It will also remove the 30-day requirement for IDs. The new law will go into effect on August 1, 2023.
Oklahoma (PC-21 or 18 for military)
South Dakota (PC-18)
Tennessee (PC-21 or 18 for military)
West Virginia (PC-21)
Stag Arms code code pewpew10
Manticor Arms code pewpew15
Main Topic Part 2
New Mexico GovernerLujan temporary stay on citizens ability to carry guns.
Right for me and not for thee - Lujan has police security: “The New Mexico state police shall provide security and protection for the governor, and security and protection for the governor's family.”
Judge freezes emergency order.
Seriffs say they will not enforce it.
Open Carry protests
Why we need it. And how to get it.
Listeners of the Week:
Dupfnekwzpixt - Always worth listening too.
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