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so explain the new carry laws that kicked in recently.
the MSM is saying that an honorably discharged veteran can constitutional carry.
is that accurate?
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so explain the new carry laws that kicked in recently.
the MSM is saying that an honorably discharged veteran can constitutional carry.
is that accurate?
Swamppapa, I am not sure if we are on the same page. In other words, talking about the same legislation. However, I suspect you are asking about amendments made by the Oklakahoma Self Defence Act that was effective from November 2017. The following link refers to those changes in a style that I think is self explanatory. If you scroll down to page 4 (Eligibility and Mandatory Exclusions) and page 5 (Other Exclusions) you will see the criteria is set out. However, the only reference I could find to a vet on a quick read was were the age requirement of 21 is reduced to 18 if the person is a member or veteran of the United States Armed Forces, the Reserves or National Guard, or the person was discharged under honorable conditions from the United States Armed Forces, Reserves or National Guard. Regards

https://www.ok.gov/osbi/documents/SD...BOOK.pdf#page8

I am not sure what you mean when you say, vet can constitutional carry. Notwithstanding , the Act DOES NOT overcome the License requirements as far as I can tell. This post is not intended as or a substitution for legal advice.

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that's the way I read it.
IF,
someone has ETSed and qualified with a pistol then they don't need to perform the fired part of the course.
but still needed to go through the OSBI checks
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that's the way I read it.
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someone has ETSed and qualified with a pistol then they don't need to perform the fired part of the course.
but still needed to go through the OSBI checks
That isn't recent. Any prior service member has not had to take the firing portion of the class in at least 8 years or so. You're also not required to have qualified, with or even have fired a pistol as a service member
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