Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Gatsby, Mar 15, 2007.
With out permit. Anyone try?
lol, that's pretty sweet. It's almost Marshall Law-ish. We can't enforce law, so what the hell's the point?
Sweet, just don't leave the state armed.
BTW if you want concealed carry license, get Florida's.
Sucks though, gotta leave it at home if I am going through the gates.
how does that work, im a FL resident but stationed in TX so would I be under TX becasue I live there or FL becasue im a resident of FL?
if you are stationed in TX, you are a resident of TX. Your home of record isn't the same as your residence.
I live here and that law is still going strong.
what would you do with a rock?
Do you have an address in FL? I used my parent's address since it is my home of record address. FL makes no distinction between inresident and nonresident, it is the same license, only your address is in another state. The advantage to having a FL addy on the license is that it is accepted by New Hampshire, Michigan, and Kansas. Also, you don't have to change your address when you move.
Not true. I am stationed in MS. If I were a resident of MS, I would pay MS state income tax and not be eligible for the military nonresident license plate discount. I am however a resident of FL, so all of my Floridian shock and awe goes with me wherever I go.
I'm not sure you read what I posted...
BTW, I have a FL license with a MS addy...
I also like using these... ...they make things... ...FUNNER! ...yes, I used funner...
I can't claim homestead expemtion on my house, because I am not a resident of MS. It is a legal status, not an actual residence.
Rofls, you should be paying income tax lolz!
You seriously bought a house?
More on legal residency vs actual residency http://usmilitary.about.com/cs/militarylaw1/a/homeofrecord.htm
you arent going to read it are you?
This doesn't change the fact that you are subject to the gun laws of the state that you are in - regardless of whether you are subject to their tax laws or not.
True, but the state that I am in honors Florida's CCW permit as their own.
So... what are you wearing right now?
Jeans and a T-shirt
StiCcKyFiNgAaZ is correct. Once you get a drivers license in a state, after a year you become a resident. Although, for tax purposes you can still claim your HOR, which in his case is Florida. So even though he is a legal resident, he doesn't have to pay ad volorem, state taxes, but can still register to vote in Georgia. Crazy huh...
Keesler AFB ftl, yes you are a MS resident, but still have the option to claim FL for tax purposes. Plain and simple!
Legal residence vs actual residence. Legal residence: FL vs Actual residence: MS
Simply saying I am a MS resident does nothing for the argument. There are clearly two seperate legal terms and depending on the situation I can claim either way... legally. It is all a mute point when it comes back to the FL CCW being used in MS... MS honors FL's.
this thread is chasing it's tail around in a circle.
It is more fun this way.