Which states honor my Michigan CPL

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    Which states honor my Michigan CPL

    I will be driving down to South Carolina. Is there a website I can go to to see which states I can carry in?

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    Handgunlaw.us and go to "create license map".

    That feature is down for now, but you can go to "who honours my permit".
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    Go to this link and use the interactive map. Works great!

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    Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.

    So if you're driving from Michigan to South Carolina you will go through....

    Ohio - good
    Kentucky - good
    Tennessee - good
    South Carolina - good

    And depending on the route you take you might go through

    Indiana - good
    Georgia - good


    Unless you're taking a different route, you should be fine in every state.
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    If you are stopped or pulled over by a LEO/trooper for any "official" reason, whether or not there is a legal obligation to inform, I recommend that you do as you would as if you were pulled over in MI.

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    You are lucky to have a MI permit. It's one of the most widely accepted permits. You are good in 2 more states than I with my CO & UT permits combined.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anubis View Post
    You are lucky to have a MI permit. It's one of the most widely accepted permits. You are good in 2 more states than I with my CO & UT permits combined.
    I agree. Michigan gives you more states than either FL or UT which are considered the best permits to get. The problem with Michigan is they don't offer non-resident permits. I live in WI so I can't get the MI permit. I am considering getting a FL permit but that wouldn't give me as many states as MI would.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoleShtr View Post
    I agree. Michigan gives you more states than either FL or UT which are considered the best permits to get. The problem with Michigan is they don't offer non-resident permits. I live in WI so I can't get the MI permit. I am considering getting a FL permit but that wouldn't give me as many states as MI would.
    Yeah there are two things Michigan does that some other states don't. We do not give non-resdent permits and we do not honor non-resident permits, so even if you lived in Wisconsin and had a Florida permit, it wouldn't be honored in Michigan. I think they did that because they realized that alot of people were getting non-resident permits to avoid restrictions or requirements in their home states. Perhaps they had legal issues that prevented a resident permit in their home state but they could sneak through on a non resident permit from another state.

    In any event, at least now you can get your Wisconsin permit and come visit us in Michigan! Michigan honors all resident CPL/CCW permits.

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