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Anyone have any dirt on why it got pulled?
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It doesn't make sense. SB 7 was popular with the state senate and citizens here. Dollars to pesos it has something to do with that rat-b*****d RINO Mitch McConnell.

I made a post about it last month, but I live in KY, and things have been getting really squirrelly here since the election.
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It doesn't make sense. SB 7 was popular with the state senate and citizens here. Dollars to pesos it has something to do with that rat-b*****d RINO Mitch McConnell.

I made a post about it last month, but I live in KY, and things have been getting really squirrelly here since the election.
I called the number that the NRA provided and expressed support for the bill before it went up for a vote.

You can call them and say it should go back up. I just did that.
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From the NRA.

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. Your NRA-ILA has learned that the leaders of the Kentucky House of Representatives will introduce their own constitutional/permitless carry bill. With a short 2017 legislative session in Kentucky, constitutional/permitless carry legislation must not be delayed. It is of the utmost importance that this bill be scheduled for a hearing as soon as possible! With your help this can happen.
https://www.nraila.org/articles/2017...ry-legislation

Looks like they just don't want to appear "with" the NRA.
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I really dont understand why this got push out of the committee, if it would have went to the senate it would have passed. I am a resident of KY Eastern side of the state, from what I can gather from talk and posts, a bunch of the "firearms" instructors aka ccw class teacher went into a fit over this because they wouldnt be able to charge everyone and their brother 75 bux a pop for classes, also Ky generates over 3 million dollars a year from ccw fees (referenced by an article via NRA) so im guessing this was pushed out due to various people being greedy, not about protecting the residents of KY just about making money, sad sad day for KY for sure.
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I make money on NFA transfers and CCW licenses and i want them both gone. I do not care about the money i make off them. I will help me amd my fellow statean to have these laws. Anyone whose reason is money should be shot.
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I really dont understand why this got push out of the committee, if it would have went to the senate it would have passed. I am a resident of KY Eastern side of the state, from what I can gather from talk and posts, a bunch of the "firearms" instructors aka ccw class teacher went into a fit over this because they wouldnt be able to charge everyone and their brother 75 bux a pop for classes, also Ky generates over 3 million dollars a year from ccw fees (referenced by an article via NRA) so im guessing this was pushed out due to various people being greedy, not about protecting the residents of KY just about making money, sad sad day for KY for sure.
From the info I have hey are just rebranding the bill. It should appear for a vote later but yes, this should have gone through.
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From the info I have hey are just rebranding the bill. It should appear for a vote later but yes, this should have gone through.
Let's hope so.

The KY Legislature is . . . weird at times.

Believe me, everyone I have encountered in Frankfort is somewhat . . . off too.
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Believe me, everyone I have encountered in Frankfort is somewhat . . . off too.
No kidding.
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OK so it seems it was pulled for a bit of errors it contained. It had been modified to correct this errors and is now listed as House Bill 316. Here's a link to the Legiscan
https://legiscan.com/KY/bill/HB316/2017
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OK so it seems it was pulled for a bit of errors it contained. It had been modified to correct this errors and is now listed as House Bill 316. Here's a link to the Legiscan
https://legiscan.com/KY/bill/HB316/2017
Nice work Kyoten!
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Senate Bill 150 "Create a new section of Chapter 237 to allow concealed deadly weapons to be carried by persons age 21 and over without a license in same locations where concealed carry license holders may carry them; amend KRS 527.020 and 237.115 to conform."
2019-02-14 Senate 3rd reading, passed 29-8
2019-02-15 House received in House

https://apps.legislature.ky.gov/record/19RS/sb150.html
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Politicians don't want peons carrying guns because they feel threatened by them. Same thing with cops. First they make a law allowing carry, and then they start making laws that require you to pay $500 for the "right." Don't get too many speeding tickets or they'll pull your permit. If a cop wants to search you, don't refuse or they'll pull your permit. Have no doubt, millionaire politicos are scared to death of the Great Unwashed, but we keep voting for them.
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Senate Bill 150 "Create a new section of Chapter 237 to allow concealed deadly weapons to be carried by persons age 21 and over without a license in same locations where concealed carry license holders may carry them; amend KRS 527.020 and 237.115 to conform."
2019-02-14 Senate 3rd reading, passed 29-8
2019-02-15 House received in House

https://apps.legislature.ky.gov/record/19RS/sb150.html
Passed the House this evening and on the way to Gov. Bevin's desk!
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Signed by Gov. Bevin, becomes official sometime around July 15th.
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Constitutional carry legal THIS morning in the great State of Kentucky!
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Does anyone know if its legal to carry in Kentucky concealed if your not a resident, just passing through? or on a visit? with no permit..
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Welcome to The Club
Now enjoy your freedom
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Does anyone know if its legal to carry in Kentucky concealed if your not a resident, just passing through? or on a visit? with no permit..
I don't believe so. For instance to be able to 'carry' concealed in several other States, I must go ahead and get a permit to be legal in places that have reciprocity agreements with Ky.
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Does anyone know if its legal to carry in Kentucky concealed if your not a resident, just passing through? or on a visit? with no permit..
Yes you can

Only weenie Constitutional Carry resident only States are Idaho, North Dakota and Wyoming
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