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The most important update to MN gun law since the Minnesota Citizens Personal Protection Act
| joel olson
Posted on 04/16/2011 10:31:47 AM PDT by WOBBLY BOB
Heres an overview:
Adds Stand Your Ground
Enhances Castle Doctrine
Prevents Gun Seizures During a State of Emergency
Extends Purchase Permits to Five Years
The bill also borrows a page from the Permit to Carry law, providing a more robust appeal process for denied purchase permits, and requiring that police chiefs and sheriffs whose purchase permit denials are overturned must pay the applicants legal costs.
Adds Universal Carry Permit Reciprocity
(Excerpt) Read more at gocra-mn.org ...
TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; US: Minnesota
KEYWORDS: 2nd; bang; carry; concealed; hf1467; law; mn; mppa; protection
Of particular interest to carry permit holders, the final article of the bill updates our carry permit reciprocity standards, allowing people holding carry permits from any other state to carry in Minnesota (under Minnesota law, of course). An out-of-state permit holder who can not possess firearms under Minnesota law, can not legally carry here either. This should result in a large increase in the number of states where Minnesota permit holders can carry, since many states allow other states permit holders to carry on a reciprocal basis.
To: WOBBLY BOB
Do we have to have another class because of new laws?
posted on 04/16/2011 12:54:44 PM PDT
by devistate one four
(United states code 10.311 Militia Kimber CDP II .45 OORAH! TET68)
To: devistate one four
no, but it’s good to stay up to date.
posted on 04/16/2011 2:24:58 PM PDT
by WOBBLY BOB
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