Truthfully I am apprehensive about forced reciprocity, because I fear it opening up a can of worms.
There are a very large number of reciprocity agreements between the states over all sorts of things—with no federal hand in any of it. But this is not to say that the federals would not love to horn in to these agreements if they could.
Right now they do horn in if there is great disagreements, such as over water in the western states. And once the feds decide something, good or bad, the states are stuck with it.
I can almost guarantee that if federal gun reciprocity is passed, the very next efforts will be to make “homosexual marriage”, “abortion rights”, “hate crimes laws”, and other such things as binding federal reciprocity agreements.
And lord knows what all else. So, at least for the time being, it is less harmful to just know that you cannot transport guns through some parts of the US, where the constitution means little compared to the corruption of government.
My thoughts exactly.
I can almost guarantee that if federal gun reciprocity is passed, the very next efforts will be to make homosexual marriage, abortion rights, hate crimes laws, and other such things as binding federal reciprocity agreements.
fed regs are near universally B...A...D !!!
full reciprosity would eventually lead to the *least common denominator* being a fed standards for CC written by NY, Ill and Cal, which will trump the rest...bet on it...