This is a discussion on Arizon Non-Resident CCW within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I am looking for some information on getting an Arizona non-resident ccw. I currently have my CCW for Nevada. I travel to New Mexico once ...
I am looking for some information on getting an Arizona non-resident ccw. I currently have my CCW for Nevada. I travel to New Mexico once in a while and I want to be able to carry on my road trips however New Mexico does not honor my Nevada permit. I have found that they will honor Arizona or Florida. I assume Arizone is going to be easier to obtain than the Florida one. Does anyone know what all is involved in getting it from Arizona? Will I have to take a class for Arizona? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Just shoot them off an email with your address asking for an application packet
I got my AZ by submitting a copy of my NRA Basic Pistol Course certificate. Within DAYS I had my AZ permit. It is cheaper than the FL permit.
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AZ accepted my KY training certificate, 1 simple app, 2 fingerprint cards, $60 for 5 years, no picture required, got it 29 days after sending it in last month.
Not to hijack, but Az does have reciprocity with MI, right? I'll be spending most of November in AZ for an Ironman triathlon, and if I need an AZ out of state permit, I should probably take care of that now.
Just email them for an application packet, fill it out, get the fingerprints, include the money and a copy of your NV permit. If you have a valid permit you're GTG.
Cupcake, AZ recognizes all states' permits.
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Thanks for the info everyone. I am going to email them for a packet. My NV permit is valid. My biggest concern was that I was going to have to find an instructor and take a class again before I could get it. It sounds like this is going to be really easy.
6. A valid current or expired concealed weapon, firearm or handgun permit or license that is issued by another state or a political subdivision of another state and that has a training or testing requirement for initial issuance.
Sweet, Thank you!