Handgunlaw.us states that Maine offers a non-resident permit (http://www.handgunlaw.us/states/maine.pdf page 2). It sounds like this would be a regular CCL permit but issued to non-residents. I have a few questions about it though.
1. The Handgunlaw.us Non Resident Permit information (http://www.handgunlaw.us/documents/N...entPermits.pdf) says "Getting their non resident permit is the only way for a non resident to carry in Maine." Does this mean that this is only for Maine to use for allowing non-residents to visit their state legally, or can someone from another state use this non-resident permit as a full CCL in another state?
2. Handgunlaw.us says "Missouri Honors Non-Resident Permits/Licenses" on it's Missouri page (http://www.handgunlaw.us/states/missouri.pdf). Would I be able to get a Maine non-resident permit and use it legally in Missouri?
3. Since the required information for the non-resident permit says "Copies of all concealed firearm permits issued by other states or jurisdictions." would I be rejected for not having any previous permits?
The reason I ask about this is because Maine issues at 18. Missouri offers at 23, but there is a loophole where we could get it at 21 through Utah or Florida. I am 17 right now, 18 on July 30. However, when I am 19 I am moving to a new part of Missouri with my girlfriend away from everyone and anyone we know because of a college transfer. I would like to have a CCL before then for a protection, since this will be a completely new experience for us.
Also, if all of this were to work this way and I acquired a non-resident permit, are there and special laws because of the non-resident permit, or would I only need to abide by the normal Missouri CCW laws?