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    Non resident carry permits

    For clarification for us who show an interest, can the members share with us those states with whom they have non resident permits?

    Please list your home state (Constitution Carry vs state specific permit and other states you have non resident permits and the advantage of having the non state permit

    I’ll start. Ga. We don’t have Constitution Carry. I do have GWCL (Georgia Weapon Carry License) $25 good for five years. We have no carry classes nor shooting qualifications. On map below, you can see who all we reciprocate with.

    My question is what non resident permits are/would be worth seeking and WHY. Ie., what additional states could I pick up fairly easily and it be worthwhile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daytonaredeye View Post
    For clarification for us who show an interest, can the members share with us those states with whom they have non resident permits?

    Please list your home state (Constitution Carry vs state specific permit and other states you have non resident permits and the advantage of having the non state permit

    I’ll start. Ga. We don’t have Constitution Carry. I do have GWCL (Georgia Weapon Carry License) $25 good for five years. We have no carry classes nor shooting qualifications. On map below, you can see who all we reciprocate with.

    My question is what non resident permits are/would be worth seeking and WHY. Ie., what additional states could I pick up fairly easily and it be worthwhile.

    I am in Oregon. Right now Oregon accepts no out of state permits. There are many states that accept Oregon's though.
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    MS is constitutional carry but must be in a holster open and concealed.
    I'm MS resident with a FL non res permit. I lose WI,MI,SC ,CO, PA, ME,NH but gain NE and DE over having a enhanced MS ccw permit.
    I'll have both soon as i'm going get the MS enhanced. With the enhanced, i can carry anywhere but LEO stations and court rooms.
    FL non $75 renew + finger print card 7 years
    MS $100 +finger print card + $100 enhanced "class" 5 years.
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    I have a Nevada CCW permit that is honored in Utah. That's good because I spend a lot of time in Utah too. I wish it was honored in Colorado too because I occasionally go there to visit my daughter. Colorado does honor the Utah CCW permit, so I thought about getting a Utah non-resident permit; but taking a closer look at the Colorado laws shows that they DO NOT honor the Utah "non-resident" permit.
    Not too bad though; I can still carry a loaded gun with me anywhere in my car, I just can't carry it around on my body.
    Interestingly, you can't carry a loaded gun with you while riding a snowmobile in Colorado. There's probably a story behind that.
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    I don't have any non-resident permits. My Texas License To Carry allows me to carry just about anywhere I care to go. I haven't counted in along time, but I think it's about forty other states.
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    I've held a UT non-resident for some 10 years now, way before IL instituted their resident shall issue permit. I had considered FL, but it really doesn't give a lot more and was much more expensive than UT. I think they've lowered the cost since then. The AZ permit might be my next application as it's cheap and affords a few more states. The IL permit is being honored in many other states only because one has to walk a mile on broken glass barefoot to get it. (generally states will use reciprocity as a guiding principle on honoring others .. IL doesn't accept any others at this time..)
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    Quote Originally Posted by 777Driver View Post
    I have a Nevada CCW permit that is honored in Utah. That's good because I spend a lot of time in Utah too. I wish it was honored in Colorado too because I occasionally go there to visit my daughter. Colorado does honor the Utah CCW permit, so I thought about getting a Utah non-resident permit; but taking a closer look at the Colorado laws shows that they DO NOT honor the Utah "non-resident" permit.
    Not too bad though; I can still carry a loaded gun with me anywhere in my car, I just can't carry it around on my body.
    Interestingly, you can't carry a loaded gun with you while riding a snowmobile in Colorado. There's probably a story behind that.
    An abominable story I'm sure. Told by an anti gun yeti named Moochelle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokewagon View Post
    I don't have any non-resident permits. My Texas License To Carry allows me to carry just about anywhere I care to go. I haven't counted in along time, but I think it's about forty other states.
    Yup, that's me too. Generally the only places that don't honor a Texas license are on the west coast, places in the north-east, Illinois and Minnesota for some reason. All places that I have no intention of going.
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    Nice comments thus far. For the record, Ga will automatically reciprocate any state which honors ours. No comparison of rules, steps to licensure, etc. just a simple handshake maneuver. One of the last to reciprocate Ga was, surprisingly, South Carolina. They didn’t like the fact that we have no CCW classes or qualification shoots. I guess The insurmountable fact that our states share such a long border and they benefit from our resources of lakes, colleges, etc they figured it only made sense to share CCW resources!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nimbly View Post
    I am in Oregon. Right now Oregon accepts no out of state permits. There are many states that accept Oregon's though.
    With all due respect, Oregon, as well as the other west coast states just ain’t on my radar (or wish list) as places I’d ever think of to want to go . . . again. I completed my bucket list of visiting all 50 states a few years back - Eugene, Medford and Grant’s Pass being destinations there - and Eugene looked like it was trapped in the 1960s. I could feel the Californication that had gone on there as well as in Washington state.
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