Non-Resident Florida CCL question.

Non-Resident Florida CCL question.

This is a discussion on Non-Resident Florida CCL question. within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I'm in Panama City Beach FL on vacation. I know my PA permit to carry is good here. I have my PA resident permit and ...

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    Non-Resident Florida CCL question.

    I'm in Panama City Beach FL on vacation. I know my PA permit to carry is good here. I have my PA resident permit and my non-res FL permit. If for whatever reason I needed to produce a carry permit should I produce my FL CCL or PA LTCF?

    I'm on my cell so sorry for the short question. I hope it makes sense. Thanks.


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    FL would make more sense as that is where you are, they might even say welcome and have a good day.

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    Either if both are legit. Honored is honored. The FL "CWFL" would save the LEO the time of checking the PA reciprocy out.
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    I'm with ccman and OldVet show your Florida permit. The easier you make the cop's job the more appreciative they should be. That is not always the case but it usually helps.

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    Unless asked, I wouldn't offer (another story as to why), but if asked, I would produce the FL permit.
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    I'm betting a FL. LEO will know FL. laws better than PA.laws. Double your pleasure, show them both, it'll prove you're twice a law-abiding.

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    I would give both. I would be legal and there is no reason not to give the PA permit. In my opinion it underscores that your a "good" guy.

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    I would just hand over both as well. Make everybody happy

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    I have a Ohio, Florida, and a PA. Permit. I would just tell them to "Pick a Card" and show them all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSCurrier View Post
    I would give both. I would be legal and there is no reason not to give the PA permit. In my opinion it underscores that your a "good" guy.
    I agree, present both.

    While a license/permit is no guarantee that someone is a "good guy", if someone has voluntarily submitted to not only one, but two, background checks and application processes, it would indicate an increased probability that you're a "good guy".

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