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    SC is a hard one for us GA residents. They do not have reciprocity with us, they do not offer non-resident permits, and they will only honor permits of states they have reciprocity with if the licensee is a resident of that state.

    The only way for a GA resident to get a permit that would cover them in SC is to buy real property in SC which is taxed. Then they would be eligible for a SC permit.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Knight View Post
    I would say get the Florida permit and be legal in SC. I live in Virginia and my job occasionally sends me to Brunswick, GA (FLETC). My Virginia permit is valid in all the states I would be in except GA. I got a NH permit before they went up in price and am legal in GA. I know HR 218 and it may not apply in my situation (Department of the Army Civilian Police) so just to be safe I used the non-LEO methods of staying legal.
    You're not reading the thread...this will not work. Non-resident permits are not recognized in SC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantoms View Post
    SC is a hard one for us GA residents. They do not have reciprocity with us, they do not offer non-resident permits, and they will only honor permits of states they have reciprocity with if the licensee is a resident of that state.

    The only way for a GA resident to get a permit that would cover them in SC is to buy real property in SC which is taxed. Then they would be eligible for a SC permit.

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    Difference between a DL and CCW is Driving is a priviledge,and under the second amendment bearing firearms is a right
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    I am afraid that, knowing how the federal Government acts, that a National Reciprocity Agreement would more likely turn into a National Permit law. That would turn out so that Politicians, judges, LEOs and wealthy patrons could carry and the rank and file would be so restricted so as to make it almost impossible to carry. By being subtle in their restrictions, they could avoid crossing the absolute line in the 2d A (Infringing, vis-a-vis the NFA). Leave it at state level, so us middle class and working class stiffs can carry. We scream that we distrust the Federal Government out of one corner of the mouth and then say we want the FG to control things out of the other corner. Leave the Feds out of it.

    I personally have reservations about non-resident permits anyways. Smacks to me of one state usurping another states sovereignty, I don't want Utah demanding Tennessee follow Utah's laws. Reciprocity is state to state cooperation, non-resident permits are messing in another state's business.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wjh2657 View Post
    I am afraid that, knowing how the federal Government acts, that a National Reciprocity Agreement would more likely turn into a National Permit law. That would turn out so that Politicians, judges, LEOs and wealthy patrons could carry and the rank and file would be so restricted so as to make it almost impossible to carry. By being subtle in their restrictions, they could avoid crossing the absolute line in the 2d A (Infringing, vis-a-vis the NFA). Leave it at state level, so us middle class and working class stiffs can carry. We scream that we distrust the Federal Government out of one corner of the mouth and then say we want the FG to control things out of the other corner. Leave the Feds out of it.

    I personally have reservations about non-resident permits anyways. Smacks to me of one state usurping another states sovereignty, I don't want Utah demanding Tennessee follow Utah's laws. Reciprocity is state to state cooperation, non-resident permits are messing in another state's business.
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    That is absolutely my take and the reason I fear getting the Federal Government any more involved!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    Difference between a DL and CCW is Driving is a priviledge,and under the second amendment bearing firearms is a right
    True enough, but he still can't do what he wants to do.

    We have had conversations here where folks (e.g., myself) spoke up for national reciprocity or a national CHL and were shot down by others using state's rights arguments and assertions (apparently correct) that to this point 2A only constrains Uncle, not the states.

    So-yeah, its a right. So what? Big deal. It means nothings in practical terms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjh2657 View Post
    I personally have reservations about non-resident permits anyways. Smacks to me of one state usurping another states sovereignty, I don't want Utah demanding Tennessee follow Utah's laws. Reciprocity is state to state cooperation, non-resident permits are messing in another state's business.
    It depends on why one is getting a Non-Resident permit.
    Some get one to be able to carry places their home state doesn't have reciprocity with. I am perfectly fine with this.

    Some get it as away around their home states laws. I read that PA residents can get a Utah non-resident permit and be legal to carry in PA without having an actual PA permit. Things like this is where problems start.

    All this non-resident stuff could be fixed if you were required to have a resident state permit to be legal in your home state. This would fix 99% of the problems that people claim non-resident permits open up.

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    I do not want to hijack this thread, but can a visitor to South Carolina have a handgun in the place (time share) where they stay and stay legal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantoms View Post
    It depends on why one is getting a Non-Resident permit.
    Some get one to be able to carry places their home state doesn't have reciprocity with. I am perfectly fine with this.

    Some get it as away around their home states laws. I read that PA residents can get a Utah non-resident permit and be legal to carry in PA without having an actual PA permit. Things like this is where problems start.

    All this non-resident stuff could be fixed if you were required to have a resident state permit to be legal in your home state. This would fix 99% of the problems that people claim non-resident permits open up.

    The only one having an issue with this is Philadelphia Police Dept....they are claiming that residents are not qualified to get a PA LTCF are circumventing the law by obtaining UT or FL licenses. When they make that claim they are failing to realize that even in the states of UT and FL an applicant must pass a criminal background check.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrjam2jab View Post
    The only one having an issue with this is Philadelphia Police Dept....they are claiming that residents are not qualified to get a PA LTCF are circumventing the law by obtaining UT or FL licenses. When they make that claim they are failing to realize that even in the states of UT and FL an applicant must pass a criminal background check.


    Thought I had posted that, but don't see it.

    Any how see thread: http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...ere-begin.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    Difference between a DL and CCW is Driving is a priviledge,and under the second amendment bearing firearms is a right


    ummm no traveling is also a "right" just as much as having a weapon....the right to freely travel is enumerated in our Magna Carta and and is cited under the 14th amendment...a stating that driving is only a privilege is a false idea
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    I have the same issue here in CT. Which has no reciprocity with any state that it borders.. (NY,RI,MA) And my state is very small.......
    What a pain in the arse...
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