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Monday, April 18, 2011
This Wednesday, April 20, the state Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on legislation to allow a law-abiding person to possess a concealed firearm without a license. This committee is scheduled to meet at 1:15 p.m. in SH 100. Alaska, Arizona and Vermont already allow the carrying of a concealed firearm without a permit. Wyoming recently enacted a permitless carry law that will go into effect this July and Montana now has a bill awaiting final consideration by the legislature before it heads to the Governor. New Hampshire could be the sixth state to further extend the Second Amendment rights for its citizens.
HB 330, introduced by state Representative Jennifer Coffey (R- Merrimack 6), is focused on allowing any person who can legally carry a firearm to possess a firearm openly or concealed without obtaining a license. The current license system would remain in place for those individuals who wish to carry concealed in states that recognize New Hampshire’s license.
Seeing things like this really make me question my belief that the Big Bad Government is trying to take my guns away.
100 dollars for the concealed carry course, 100 dollars for the permit, 6-8 months time frame. Kind of awfully vomit rage inducing period of time but I follow the rules as long as I can own a handgun.
As long as there are no handgun confiscations then we are doing good IMO. Even though you can get a permit in less than three hours to operate a 2 1/2 ton automobile filled with 30 gallons of 93 octane liquid fuel and propel it at speeds of 70 miles per hour...at least there are no handgun confiscations and homes being searched and raided for handguns. Lol.
Training is perhaps reasonable. Charging is not.
A lot of these people are poor living in pop neighborhoods. They live around filth and feel a need to protect themselves. They cannot afford these ridiculous fees.
Which is why NYC is being sued right now for their absurd fees.