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    I have the Texas LTC also.

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    My Texas LTC allows me to go just about any where that I care to go.

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    Missouri here and pretty much accepted anywhere they have CCPs.

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    I have Calif ccw (believe it or not) but it’s not accepted next door in Nevada. I go to Reno every now and then, so I obtained an Arizona CCW which is accepted there as well as a bunch of other states Nevada is open carry, but I’m of the opinion that makes a lot of people nervous, so I don’t do it.

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    I have a Texas resident permit. At the moment I'm in Mississippi. If you got a Texas non-Resident permit you would pick up a few states like NM, NV, VT, DE. Like you're going to go to Delaware? The ease of getting a permit in your own state hurts you a little in reciprocity, as many states require that any state they recognize have at least the same qualifications as they do. Not Texas though. They generally have a blanket policy of recognizing everybody. But Texas is not the easiest state to get a permit in, oddly enough.
    Definition of clip

    1: any of various devices that grip, clasp, or hook
    2: a device to hold cartridges for charging the magazines of some rifles; also : a magazine from which ammunition is fed into the chamber of a firearm.

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    IA reciprocity map looks a lot like your GA map daytonaredeye. Nebraska's ccp laws are weird, no loss there. What's the deal with NM?
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