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this is a discussion within the Everything Else Community Forum; Originally Posted by The Dude I try and look up different states laws when I travel. I went to Texas once and couldnt find any clear laws all in one space so I just kept te magazine in the trunk ...

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Old 04-08-2016, 05:39 AM   #11
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I try and look up different states laws when I travel. I went to Texas once and couldnt find any clear laws all in one space so I just kept te magazine in the trunk and the firearm in my console. I know they do have to be seperate in a lot of states. Texas only legalized open carry a couple months ago from what I understand.
In Louisiana your car is considered an extension of your home so you are good to go no matter how you carry when in your car.
Yep, they got those reciprocal agreements between states, here's the link I use to try and get an idea of who accepts what:

Concealed Carry Permit Reciprocity Maps - USA Carry

Always good to check. IL, OR, CA, NV, NY, a few other New England states & HI seem to be the main ones that don't practice some kind of reciprocity.

I have never heard that a car is considered to be an extension of your home before this thread ... interesting concept and a good example of how gun laws can vary between states, IMO. It's why I tell people, if you're gonna' carry, get a hold of the local laws and read, read, read and clarify if there's something you don't understand ... it could save you a big headache down the road, .
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I'm a novice considering a CC handgun, or one that I will keep in my truck...


I'm debating between two at the local dealer (Glocks are almost impossible to acquire)...

Ruger LC9S
S&W M&P9 Shield.

Thoughts?
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I second that. I carry one all the time. I used to have the LC9 but that trigger was horrid. The LC9s striker fired trigger is amazing for a gun of that size and price range. I really dont know why anyone would carry anything else.
You may have answered my question dude.

Do you know anything about the S&W M&P 9 shield?
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You may have answered my question dude.

Do you know anything about the S&W M&P 9 shield?
You may want to look at one of the smaller CZ's. My wife has a P-01. Reliable (MRBF 2,100+), 14+1, all metal yet light.
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** In answer to Danno's question ...

I carry the Ruger (see previous posts) , very comfortable, easy to conceal, nice shooting handgun ... sometimes I wish it had more than a 7rd mag, but it's an excellent weapon for conceal carry & the range, IMO.
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