This is a discussion on non-resident concealed carry permits showing up during a traffic stop within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by BenGoodLuck I would make sure I'm familiar with the laws of any state that recognizes my permit and comply with the laws ...
your carry permit is tied to your license though it doesnt show up when a LEO runs it through the database. If the officer asks if you have any weapons, then fess up. In California's case, lets hope your not carrying anything above 8+1 rounds.
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Changed the wording of my initial post to add "non-resident". Thanks for all the reply posts.
According to Handgunlaw.us California doesn't honor concealed carry licenses from Nevada. So if you get pulled over while carrying in Cali you'll probably be going to jail if you try to present a Nevada license.
In Virginia, we have non-resident CHPs issued by the State Police. So, when I see "non-resident" permit/license/etc that is what pops into my mind.
"Out-of-State issued" permit/license/etc might avoid some confusion.
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In Virginia, I believe it depends on your tags. You can be a resident and have a valid license & CCW Permit from the Commonwealth but tags/insurance from another State or Commonwealth.
If that is case, than your CCW will not show up.