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Thread: New Mexico Indian Reservations?

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    Anyone have experience with OC or CCW on NM reservations?

    I believe that the roadways that pass through reservations are OK to carry, but if one leaves the highway and travels on the tribal roads they must have permission of the tribe. You may know better. What about stopping at a quick stop or other business? What is your understanding or experience? Has anyone ever asked for or received permission?

    Let’s try to create a list of New Mexico tribal lands and their acceptance of carrying on their reservations.

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    Arizona has quite a few Native American Reservations, Navajo and Apache being the largest, so take a peek at the following link for info which may be helpful:

    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum10/24460.html

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    Found the following about PUEBLO OF SAN ILDEFONSO

    San Ildefonso Pueblo Code

    Sec. 13.9 - Carrying Concealed Weapon.

    Any person who shall go about in public places armed with a dangerous weapon concealed upon his person unless he otherwise shall have a permit signed by the Governor and/or Judge [I assume that this means tribal Governor], shall be deemed guilty of the offense and upon conviction thereof, shall be sentenced to confinement for a period not to exceed sixty (60) days or to pay a fine not to exceed $150.00 or both, with costs. Dangerous weapons within the meaning of the foregoing shall be construed to mean: Air gun, blow gun, explosive device, pistol, or other firearm, and any type of knife which the blade exceeds 3 inches, and any other instrument capable of lethal use, possessed under circumstances not appropriate for lawful use.

    http://thorpe.ou.edu/codes/san-ildef...o.html#sec13.9

    http://www.handgunlaw.us/# has a link to Indian Nations








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    Stay on the federal highway, where the TP have no juristiction please.

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