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20 Sep 2015 19:30#1 by MXRider
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Thought we needed a thread dedicated to this. Please discuss below.
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21 Sep 2015 16:55#2 by fchan
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So their is no relaxation of the rules? Why can't they use recent HQL issue information instead of going through everything again?

Is there a hope for more relaxed rules for the right to carry?

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21 Sep 2015 18:56#3 by MXRider
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Basically, there is no relaxation of the rules. This was done so that there internal operations can be maintained in a systematic way. Unfortunately, the HQL information is specifically for the HQL and can't be used for anything else.

We do HOPE that there will be more relaxed rules in the future, but it will likely be some time before that happens.

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21 Sep 2015 22:31#4 by fchan
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Thank you for such a quick and detailed response. Also, the "their" to "there" correction.

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22 Sep 2015 11:28#5 by 6Pack
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There's mention of HQL above. You mean the Wear and Carry Permit though, correct?

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22 Sep 2015 11:56#6 by fchan
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correct

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22 Sep 2015 12:04#7 by fchan
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I have another question. Based upon your opinion, If I were doing basic gunsmithing and amorer jobs, had an FFL and a state registered DBA, would that qualify for a wear and carry for prevention of theft of materials in transport or on my premises?

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23 Sep 2015 09:02#8 by 6Pack
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I don't know if your specifics count, but I would think that it would count under the business g&s.

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26 Sep 2015 02:05#9 by fchan
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Thank you. When I get everything ready, I will give it a try.

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