Which States Do You Have Licenses From?

This is a discussion on Which States Do You Have Licenses From? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; For me I have my home state Virginia (resident) and a New Hampshire non-resident permit....

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    For me I have my home state Virginia (resident) and a New Hampshire non-resident permit.

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    NC (resident), PA and MN (non-res).
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    Only one, and my FL permit covers anywhere I want to travel.
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    SC and Fla

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    I have 3.. Mo, Florida and Utah..

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    Wisconsin and Utah. 33 states.

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    Home state of Ohio and non-resident Pennsylvania and New Hampshire.
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    Iowa. Had permits in Wyoming and Montana. Covers anywhere I'd go, other than Minnesota, and I'd only go there if forced to by work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inter9 View Post
    Just NY... good no where on earth but NY :P lol probably true... but yeah in the processing of getting CT which carries some more states. That's it for me.
    You'd be surprised. NY permit is good in 17 states.

    I have PA (Home), CT, AZ and UT. Covers me in 41 states.

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    I have my WV state permit, it's honored in most of the south east (except GA) for all you who have more than one, where should I ( or should I even bother ) get a non res permit? Which place is the easiest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngryBadger417 View Post
    I have my WV state permit, it's honored in most of the south east (except GA) for all you who have more than one, where should I ( or should I even bother ) get a non res permit? Which place is the easiest?
    Easiest would probably be AZ. Application, prints, a copy of your WV permit (for training) and $60.

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    It would add AL and GA to your coverage.
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    NY (home state), Fl,UT (non-resident)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mjr_Fail View Post
    Wisconsin and Utah
    Same here. Needed Utah to cross the border into MN.

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