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Old 05-28-2015, 06:59 PM   #31
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I have a few firearms kicking around and I have a CCW for every state we travel spend time in.
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^^^unless you LEO or Retired LEO -- how is that possible. Citizen issues CCW are not reciprocal to each state. Otherwise everyone would pull a Utah CCW.
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You are severely mistaken/ misinformed sir, many states have reciprocity CCW's, and many states such as Florida issues permits to non residents. Concealed Carry Permit Reciprocity Maps - USA Carry

Click on your state to see if other states accept your CCW. In my and your case (CA) there are many states that accepts it.

I have a CA and a FL permit and I am covered in all the states I spend time in.
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Beside all that, one does not need a CCW to carry a firearm in one's RV.
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Interesting thread...
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Beside all that, one does not need a CCW to carry a firearm in one's RV.
With all due respect, I wouldn't be giving legal advice like that on the internet. Each state is different in how they define a recreational vehicle. The key word is VEHICLE. In Maryland, it is illegal. Big surprise... anything having to do with guns in Maryland is illegal.

Back to the OP's comments, I find them entertaining and logical. We drive down to Florida every winter for a 2 week vacation. Luckily it is relatively easy to find inexpensive and clean in-and-out Rv parks along interstate 95. I'm not opposed to spending $20 for a legal and level place to stop for a night, get some electricity and hopefully a bath house. We usually grab dinner on the road, pull in to the campground, feed the dogs, walk the dogs and go to bed. Rarely do we even unhook... sometimes we don't even put the stab jacks down.

If I owned a campground that was along a major route, I would likely set aside some spots with electric only and charge a half rate for quick overnight stops.
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You are severely mistaken/ misinformed sir, many states have reciprocity CCW's, and many states such as Florida issues permits to non residents. Concealed Carry Permit Reciprocity Maps - USA Carry

Click on your state to see if other states accept your CCW. In my and your case (CA) there are many states that accepts it.

I have a CA and a FL permit and I am covered in all the states I spend time in.
I am very familiar with reciprocity.

I periodically camp in NV and OR so I couldn't make the statement you did. You being a CA resident talking about camping in many states I just assumed you too might camp in OR or NV.

With both a FL and CA permit, I guess when on the West Coast you don't camp in WA, OR, NV or CO.
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No I don't spend much time in those states, but if I did, I just wouldn't carry.

I am not giving legal advice, lol. I suggested to the man to check out a web cite, and told him what I do.

Can we please get off the gun subject before my thread get's closed. I started this thread to share how we stealth "camp" to catch a few ZZZ's if one does not want to stay at a Walmart.
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This is from the state of California AG. "
  1. May I carry a concealed firearm in California?
    • Generally you may not carry a concealed firearm on your person in public unless you have a valid Carry Concealed Weapon (CCW) license. CCW licenses are issued only by a California county sheriff to residents of the county, or the chief of police to residents of the city.
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    • California law does not honor or recognize CCW licenses issued outside this state.
      (Pen. Code, 25400-25700, 26150-26225)
You can carry a gun in your vehicle as long it is NOT loaded and the bullets are in a separate location...... Anyway, that's my 2 cents worth !
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