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Can Out-of-state licensees CC in Michigan PFZs?

mrjam2jab

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From the outside: I have a Concealed Handgun Permit from my state of residence. Michigan recognizes that and affords me the same priviledges MI residents have. I also have the same restrictions. Additionally, even when not dealing with NC LEOs, I still have the "duty to inform" of my CHP and whether or not I am armed.

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"when not dealing with NC LEOs"....what does this mean? You mean when out of state?

If not armed there is no duty to inform.
 
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bc.cruiser

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"when not dealing with NC LEOs"....what does this mean? You mean when out of state?
If not armed there is no duty to inform.

You misunderstood: 1) change "when not dealing with NC LEOs" to "when dealing with any LEO"; by NC law, it doesn't matter where a NC CHP holder is, he is required to inform when approached by any LEO (other than casual contact).
2) "and whether or not armed" means telling him you do or do not have a gun.
 
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DrTodd

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I have also seen a bill that added an "s" to the concealed "pistol" law so it would be clear that one with a CPL can carry concealed pistols and not just a singular pistol. Just saying.

Cite? I knew there was a prosecutor who talked about a possible bill, but I never saw it. So, please cite...
 
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