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  • Retired and Carrying of Firearm

    I did a quick search but didn't turn up anything, unless I am not searching the right terms.

    I know as an officer, unless prohibited or restricted by your departments policy, you are normally allowed to carry a firearm off duty. My question is once you retire, do you still have the ability to carry off duty without a concealed carry permit or would you need a concealed carry permit, or does it depend on state law?

    Thanks in advance for your reply's

    Shane
    Stupid is as stupid does. Sometimes people win the Darwin Award.

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    Enjoy the read

    http://www.fop.net/legislative/issue...8/hr218faq.pdf
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      LEOSA (Law Enforcement Officer Safety Act) permits both active and honorably retired officers to carry nationwide, with a few exceptions.
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        Thank you for the prompt replies, you guys have been helpful.
        Stupid is as stupid does. Sometimes people win the Darwin Award.

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