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sota last won the day on December 19 2016

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  1. Given that PA generally operates under the legal principal of "that which is not explicitly illegal is legal" (unlike NJ where everything is illegal, except by exception) I would say for states PA has no written reciprocity AND for which the PA AG has not made a determination of "similar" laws, then for the no agreement or no determination states you'd be in the clear to carry. Keep in mind that in PA Open Carry is de-facto legal, as the law is silent on the act; again falling under my prior "not explicitly illegal is legal" statement above. It's the fact that a State of Emergency is in effect due to them trying to save assholes who OD on drugs, that is screwing us. I found the PA reciprocity paperwork for NH (and other states) and noticed that PA only recognizes resident NH licenses, but makes NH recognize ALL PA licenses (resident or non-resident.) If I can find the NH side of the paperwork, perhaps an email to the NH AG is in order.
  2. 6106(b)(15)(ii) "similar" clause is shown by if an agreement exists. ESPECIALLY in the case of a an agreement being revoked (ne: VA) you have your definition of similar by way of negation; the written reciprocity agreement between PA and VA was not only revoked, but it was also declared that VA's permits will NOT be honored due to a LACK of "similar" regulations. Therefore any state PA has a written reciprocity agreement MUST be "similar" and fit in this clause.
  3. I wanna punch him so hard it fixes that snaggle tooth.
  4. just remember, dude, when they come a'knockin' you throw rocks back at 'em. go down in flames.
  5. I'm more interested in hearing your opinion/analysis of this, specifically which parts you're finding contradictory. I have the same feelings, but would like to "compare notes" so to speak.
  6. Please, do share. The more examination the better.
  7. I'm trying to parse through all the twists and turns, but I *think* we're ok to open carry on a non-res license, by wording of § 6107(b)... (b) Seizure, taking and confiscation.--Except as otherwise provided under subsection (a) and notwithstanding the provisions of 35 Pa.C.S. Ch. 73 (relating to Commonwealth services) or any other provision of law to the contrary, no firearm, accessory or ammunition may be seized, taken or confiscated during an emergency unless the seizure, taking or confiscation would be authorized absent the emergency. If the "emergency" didn't exist, we could open carry on NH or UT permits (I'm not sure about a VA non-res permit, since reciprocity was yanked from them.) So by that, the declared state of emergency is itself insufficient grounds to detain someone for open carry at this time. IANAL so I welcome debate.
  8. I have my EFGA pass+guest here as well. Pick some dates and throw them out there. Maybe saturday with the same sunday as an alternate (rain.)
  9. Thanks. I'm no pro but i've been dealing with the plumbing in mine and mom's house now for 20-something years, so I might not be fast but I get it done. And when experts ( @deerslayer ) speak, I listen.
  10. I smell a recover shootout forming.
  11. late night report: no more leaks pressure is stable like a rock nice new parts in place so no more fears of catastrophic failures overall, it was a good day.
  12. so far so good. one copper union needed to be tweaked a touch tighter, and cold water dielectric union also needed to be tightened a bit on the nipple, but other than that we're good as gold finally. I guess in about 5 years I'll consider replacing the anode again.
  13. I have a 686-6 6" and you know where I haunt for shooting any time you want to hook up you can get your hanky panky on with my gun... I don't mind.
  14. All done! Image gallery here (for now)... http://manybrightdots.com/twg/index.php?twg_album=open%2F0421+water+heater+and+expansion+tank+repair Finished images: The "rot" pictures are astounding. Glad I did this finally, and I DEFINTELY needed a new anode!!! Original install date on the tank was 2013/01/26.