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Old 07-01-2016, 10:47 AM
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The following laws become effective on Friday, July 1:

* Virginia will honor the permits from all other states. In turn we should get recognition from three new states: New Hampshire, Georgia, and Colorado. As of this afternoon, none of those three states have updated their web sites to show recognition of Virginia. I expect it might be a week or two before we see Virginia added to the states they honor. As the states add Virginia to their list of recognized permits, I will let you know here on VA-ALERT.

* Gun shows will have a booth where Virginia State Police can run VOLUNTARY background checks for private sales.

* A person who has a permanent protection order against them cannot possess firearms until that order is lifted or expires (2 years is maximum time for a permanent protection order). This tracks federal law.

* No second ID will be required when purchasing a firearm. For so-called "assault firearms", the requirement for proof of citizenship is gone.

* Members of the Virginia National Guard with CHPs can carry concealed on National Guard facilities, with limited exceptions.
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As long as the background checks stay voluntary (I would never sell a firearm to someone I don't know without a background check, guess I have trust issues) I would say all of these changes are for the better.
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And it all happened in spite of Atty Gen Mark Herring....It's just messing up our beloved state in other ways. Have you ever known a governor to make as many mistakes and McAuliffe?
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mo sen passes 2 amendment = ccw
and our beloved governor vetoed it
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* Members of the Virginia National Guard with CHPs can carry concealed on National Guard facilities, with limited exceptions.[/QUOTE]

This should be federally installed.

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Looks like Va has made some good changes. Congratz.
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