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    Hb 313

    Looks like it passed the senate and has been delivered to the governor, awesome!!

    http://www.lrc.ky.gov/record/11RS/HB313.htm

    Considering he is pro 2A, I don't see him not signing it.

    Looks like I'll be able to carry in my sport bike after all.
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    I think this is great. At least we have got something accomplished for the 2A people this leg. session. I would almost gaurantee beshear will sign this into law.

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    I'd never heard about this bill prior to this post. Other than allowing for other places to put a weapon in a vehicle other than the glove box for the OC'ers, was anything gained for the CC'ers?

    If/when this is signed into law, how long till it becomes actively legal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by neuroblades View Post
    I'd never heard about this bill prior to this post. Other than allowing for other places to put a weapon in a vehicle other than the glove box for the OC'ers, was anything gained for the CC'ers?

    If/when this is signed into law, how long till it becomes actively legal?
    I've been watching it like a hawk, lol.

    Other than the director of the division of law enforcement and conservation officers being able to CC, nope.

    I honestly have no idea how that part works, this is the first time I've waited on a bill to pass and it actually happened. I am just as curious for that answer.

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    90 days after gov signs it will become law from way I've gathered

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    The new area's that one will be able to carry their weapons, I assume that those are for OC'ers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by neuroblades View Post
    The new area's that one will be able to carry their weapons, I assume that those are for OC'ers?
    Yep

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    Any updates on this topic, has it been signed into law yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by neuroblades View Post
    Any updates on this topic, has it been signed into law yet?
    Not yet and my understanding is when it is signed, it takes 90 days for it to become law.

    When you see 313 in this list, he has signed it.

    http://www.lrc.ky.gov/record/11RS/PAS_L.htm

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    Thanks for that link. I've got a shortcut on the desktop for future use now.

    I wonder if HB 113 & HB 380 will pass as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neuroblades View Post
    Thanks for that link. I've got a shortcut on the desktop for future use now.

    I wonder if HB 113 & HB 380 will pass as well.
    I doubt either one is going to make it this session. This was a short year for making laws (not necessarily a bad thing), consider them primers to next years session.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UnfetteredMight View Post
    I doubt either one is going to make it this session. This was a short year for making laws (not necessarily a bad thing), consider them primers to next years session.
    Well, let's hope and pray that both out KFFA & HB 380 come to term next year. that way, one way or the other we'll get that puppy passed. They say that third time's the charm! *LOL*
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    Quote Originally Posted by gutshot View Post
    Hope and prayer are poor substitutes for real work. Letter writing, emailing and making phone calls and asking and encouraging everyone you know to do the same are the only way to get anything done in Frankfort. It's not too soon to start planning for next session.
    Absolutely, informing people of things they never even thought about is more effective than you think. I plan on making some flyers as the legislative season draws near next year. I know of a couple gas stations (maybe more) here in town, that would let me put up a flyer with the information, not to mention wherever else I go. I'm waiting on this one until a few months before so it's fresh in people's minds.

    Now is a good time for just talking to people you know and getting the word spread, be ready with statistical evidence to back up what your telling them. Some will feel one way and some another, others who are unsure you can sway with facts and even some who are against can also be swayed.

    It's better to have mounting support waiting for the session to begin than to try to get it to sufficient numbers after the start.

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    I am confused. HB 313 is different how?

    KRS 527.020(8) states in part that: "A firearm or other deadly weapon shall not be deemed concealed on or about the person if it is located in a glove compartment, regularly installed in a motor vehicle by its manufacturer, regardless of whether said compartment is locked, unlocked, or does not have a locking mechanism."

    There are no Kentucky Statutes which address the transport of deadly weapons that are too large to store in a glove compartment of a vehicle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by useyourbow View Post
    KRS 527.020(8) states in part that: "A firearm or other deadly weapon shall not be deemed concealed on or about the person if it is located in a glove compartment, regularly installed in a motor vehicle by its manufacturer, regardless of whether said compartment is locked, unlocked, or does not have a locking mechanism."

    There are no Kentucky Statutes which address the transport of deadly weapons that are too large to store in a glove compartment of a vehicle.
    Put them in your trunk and then its not "on or about your person".

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