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Carrying across multiple State lines
« on: August 11, 2014, 03:16:03 PM »
I am traveling cross country through Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, and South Dakota. Do they have reciprocating CCL laws with Texas? If I had to use my Roscoe outside of Texas and I am a member of Texas Law Shield would I receive legal support with my Texas membership?
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Re: Carrying across multiple State lines
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2014, 09:05:53 AM »

Oklahoma, Nebraska, and South Dakota all recognize a Texas CHL as valid meaning you may lawfully carry concealed in each state. In Oklahoma, as long as you have a Texas CHL, you may carry open or concealed. In Nebraska and South Dakota, as long as you carry in the same manner as you carry in Texas, you should be fine. These states do not have the 30.06 law, so if you see a “no gun” sign, you should take your handgun back to your locked motor vehicle or you may find yourself becoming a criminal trespasser. Please let me know if you have any further questions.

In Nebraska, you may not carry your gun into a church or a bank. All of the usual suspects are on the “no carry” list: prisons, police stations, schools, courtrooms, etc. In Oklahoma, be careful of Indian territory. They are their own sovereign nations and may institute any law including gun bans on all Indian property (including the highway). While in Oklahoma, you should not take your gun into any casino.

The only state not part of the multi-state at this point in time is Nebraska. Regardless, if you find yourself in a situation where you have to use your firearm, please call the Emergency Hotline to access your attorney. No matter where you are, we want to guide you in the right direction.

Thanks for your great question.
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