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    renew permit??

    i live in kentucky and have my ccdw permit, it is now time to renew for another 5 years for $70. however kentucky passed a law starting on July 1st that a permit isn't needed to carry conceal. my only problem is that i go to Tennessee about 4-5 times a month to shop, Tennessee allows carry in my vehicle without a permit but not on me, so if i go there without a permit the gun stays in the car. so my question is if you were on a tight budget like me with a fixed income would you renew for the trips to tennessee or would you not renew and just keep the gun in the car in tennessee? thanks for any help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by old fart View Post
    i live in kentucky and have my ccdw permit, it is now time to renew for another 5 years for $70. however kentucky passed a law starting on July 1st that a permit isn't needed to carry conceal. my only problem is that i go to Tennessee about 4-5 times a month to shop, Tennessee allows carry in my vehicle without a permit but not on me, so if i go there without a permit the gun stays in the car. so my question is if you were on a tight budget like me with a fixed income would you renew for the trips to tennessee or would you not renew and just keep the gun in the car in tennessee? thanks for any help.
    My Calif ccw is not recognized in Nevada, so I (also retired on a fixed income) paid $60 for another states non-resident ccw that is recognized there. It’s worth it to me. As they say “different strokes for different folks...)

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    I would renew it, and yes, I am on a fixed income also.
    It is better to have it and not need it then need it and not have it.

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    Guess it depends on how fixed your income is? If you can do it and still have the lights on and food to eat than I would go for it.

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    Yeah I agree I would try to do it. As others have said if it is a real financial burden then it sounds like you will be okay without it.
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    Yep, I would renew it too.
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    When i moved back to MS from FL my FL ccw became Non resident ccw by default. All FL required was a change of address and i kept the same card. I have the same type issue now. MS is constitutional carry as long as it is in a holster. Open or concealed. When my FL needed to be renewed which one was better. MS ccw or FL nonresident. I just renewed FL non. MS has two ccw's regular and "enhance". OK now, some states only resip the "enhance". But those states take FL non, except for SC. FL is good for seven years. MS for two or four i forget. It's easier to be an outlaw and demand my constitutional right of A2 in front of a judge and sue for false arrest.
    Unfortunately I'm lawful and will get my MS "enhance" soon to go with my FL non resident and they all can kiss my Rebel enhance carry Assessories.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bjrjar View Post
    My Calif ccw is not recognized in Nevada, so I (also retired on a fixed income) paid $60 for another states non-resident ccw that is recognized there. It’s worth it to me. As they say “different strokes for different folks...)

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    so YOU'RE the ONE guy in California that has a permit! What did it take to get that done (or do you live in one of the rare counties that still believes in freedom)?

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    It's hard for us to judge since we don't know how tight your budget is.
    Going to Tennessee 4-5 times a month is fairly often. I go to California 2-3 times a year, and Colorado 1-2 times a year. Neither of these states recognize my Nevada CCW permit. In Colorado I can keep a gun in my car, but not on me. In California it's almost like I can't have a firearm at all. If I could pay $70 to carry in another state, I'd do it!

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    $70 for 5 years is about $1.16 a month. Every time to go south it's costing about a quarter to carry with license. Seems affordable.

 

 
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