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#41
BimmerJon;14319 Wrote:
headcase;14110 Wrote:In this case, the simple answer is, "No, it is not legal for him.".
He can get a non resident permit from Maine at 18 and carry in a vehicle. In order to carry concealed or in Phila, he would then need to get a New Hampshire permit

http://www.maine.gov/dps/msp/licenses/we...rmits.html

Yes, that would then make it legal for him to do so.
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#42
headcase;14380 Wrote:
BimmerJon;14319 Wrote:He can get a non resident permit from Maine at 18 and carry in a vehicle. In order to carry concealed or in Phila, he would then need to get a New Hampshire permit

http://www.maine.gov/dps/msp/licenses/we...rmits.html

Yes, that would then make it legal for him to do so.

So being under 21 he can obtain a out of state permit from Maine? And only be allowed to CC in/on a "Vehicle" but not "Walking?"
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#43
AndrewG23;15714 Wrote:
headcase;14380 Wrote:Yes, that would then make it legal for him to do so.

So being under 21 he can obtain a out of state permit from Maine? And only be allowed to CC in/on a "Vehicle" but not "Walking?"
Maine age is 18, once obtained you can use it to get a N.H. permit. Maine doesn't have reciprocity with PA. so it is valid only for possession in a vehicle{18 pa 6106(b)(11)}, but N.H. does have reciprocity with PA. so that one would cover concealed carry{18 pa 6106(b)(15)}
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#44
headcase;15730 Wrote:
AndrewG23;15714 Wrote:So being under 21 he can obtain a out of state permit from Maine? And only be allowed to CC in/on a "Vehicle" but not "Walking?"
Maine age is 18, once obtained you can use it to get a N.H. permit. Maine doesn't have reciprocity with PA. so it is valid only for possession in a vehicle{18 pa 6106(b)(11)}, but N.H. does have reciprocity with PA. so that one would cover concealed carry{18 pa 6106(b)(15)}

Damn! Talk about a loop hole Big Grin lol
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#45
AndrewG23;16692 Wrote:
headcase;15730 Wrote:Maine age is 18, once obtained you can use it to get a N.H. permit. Maine doesn't have reciprocity with PA. so it is valid only for possession in a vehicle{18 pa 6106(b)(11)}, but N.H. does have reciprocity with PA. so that one would cover concealed carry{18 pa 6106(b)(15)}

Damn! Talk about a loop hole Big Grin lol

I don't see it as a loophole, I see it as working within the law.
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#46
mpan72;16728 Wrote:
AndrewG23;16692 Wrote:Damn! Talk about a loop hole Big Grin lol

I don't see it as a loophole, I see it as working within the law.

Exactly. I honestly don't see the point is claiming things as "Loopholes". If the law doesn't say it's illegal, it's legal. It might be due to the technical aspects of how the law is written, but lawmakers should expect their laws to go through the court system at some point. If they can't write the laws how they want them to be, how is that our fault?
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#47
How 'bout this: folks who raise certain livestock, even in small herds, get huge tax breaks, regardless of gross income. Law? Yes.

Loophole for rich guys who raise livestock to save on their tax bill?
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Cherokee60;16913 Wrote:How 'bout this: folks who raise certain livestock, even in small herds, get huge tax breaks, regardless of gross income. Law? Yes.

Loophole for rich guys who raise livestock to save on their tax bill?

LoopholeHuh. Sure, it can be a way for rich people to save money on taxes. This being said, the law is the law. If something isn't illegal, it is legal. If something is expressly allowed by law, it is legal, not illegal - the intent of the lawmakers aside (because if we went with original intent, America would look a lot different today because the SCOTUS would have more often ruled in favor of the BoR and not against its plain meaning).
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#49
AndrewG23;16692 Wrote:
headcase;15730 Wrote:Maine age is 18, once obtained you can use it to get a N.H. permit. Maine doesn't have reciprocity with PA. so it is valid only for possession in a vehicle{18 pa 6106(b)(11)}, but N.H. does have reciprocity with PA. so that one would cover concealed carry{18 pa 6106(b)(15)}

Damn! Talk about a loop hole Big Grin lol
this isn't the first time. Can you please stop calling LEGAL behavior as loopholes.

You sound like a Democratic politician or a member of ceasefire
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