Is New Hampshere Non-Resident permit the best deal: Now

Is New Hampshere Non-Resident permit the best deal: Now

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    Is New Hampshere Non-Resident permit the best deal: Now

    I am in the process of renewing my SC CWP and was wondering
    if anyone had knowledge of a better Non-resident permit (NH is now $100) that would
    include GA.

    I was going thru the states one at a time and so far I see none.

    Thanks in advance for you help.


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    My Utah permit appears to be better in every way. All the states that NH gets you, including GA, plus quite a few more, and the permit is $65.

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    A PA non-resident permit is $25, and includes GA.

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    I got it with Arizona.

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    According to the Utah web site your CWP instructor must be approved by Utah, mine is a county sheriff
    but not on the list.

    Thanks

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    PA would be great at $25 on their web site they say Starting 3/31/11 PA will no longer issue by mail. You have to make a trip to PA to apply.


    Thanks for the info might do some traveling to PA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1956 View Post
    A PA non-resident permit is $25, and includes GA.
    PA is now $20.

    I 2nd the AZ. Can be had thru the mail, $60 initial/$43 renewals, and a copy of your SC permit will suffice for the training requirement. Call/email them to request an app packet.

    http://www.azdps.gov/Services/Concealed_Weapons/Permits/Obtain/

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrjam2jab View Post
    PA is now $20.

    I 2nd the AZ. Can be had thru the mail, $60 initial/$43 renewals, and a copy of your SC permit will suffice for the training requirement. Call/email them to request an app packet.

    http://www.azdps.gov/Services/Concealed_Weapons/Permits/Obtain/
    You 1st-ed Arizona. It was your suggestion that led me to it, and I never thanked you for that.

    With WA, OR, NV, and AZ, I'm as national as I can get without adding some specifically targeted states from the Eastern seaboard. Thanks :)

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    Currently UT is $15 to renew in 5 years. There may be a UT instructor near you.
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    Last I heard you have to have your own state to get the Utah permit. Unless you already do then the Utah permit isn't that great of a deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by remington79 View Post
    Last I heard you have to have your own state to get the Utah permit. Unless you already do then the Utah permit isn't that great of a deal.
    Must have home state IF your home state honors the UT permit. In the case of the OP, since SC does not honor the UT permit, a SC resident does not have to have a home state permit to get a UT permit.

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