Rob Pincus

2014 PDN Training Tour Update 4/18

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Rob Pincus checks in from the edge of Washington, D.C. and talks about the difficulties in trying to legally transport firearms and magazines through the many states in the northeast that have severe restrictions. Rob shares the advice from his legal counsel and explains his plan. The PDN Training Tour also ran its first rifle course of the season this week, with students getting a chance to use the CMMG Tour Rifles!

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2 Responses to “2014 PDN Training Tour Update 4/18”

  1. leo breton

    no comment, but i do have a question.i live in r.i., a state with some of the toughest gun laws in the country, a state that has long been led by some of the most screwed up and corrupt politicians you will find anywhere on this entire planet. that being said, i was wondering if you know of the best way to ensure myself of getting a concealed carry permit in a state that is not easy to do that in.providence,r.i. has been refered to as the wild west lately, and rightly so. it is not too often we can get by a single week without seeing a shooting on the news.we have also had an incredible increase in home invasions in this state, and i"m talking even in great areas to live in.yet this state makes it harder than pulling teeth to get a carry permit. any helpfull advice will be greatly appreciated.

  2. Joseph

    Like how you point out that across the river different laws exist than where you are standing. Well state (or district of Columbia) rights have advantages and disadvantages, but I think in the long run an advantage rather than having everything centralized in the federal government. I am from NY but happy living down South with its laws.

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