I don\'t ever see this happening for non-LEOs. In fact, I don\'t see it \"really happening\" for LEOs, regardless of the new law!
FL has announced that NO retirees living in FL \"qualify\" to meet HR218\'s requirements, so they are out of luck.
MA seems to be intentionally not addressing the issue of retirees (who can certify them annually and how). Some PDs here refuse to even issue retiree IDs (1st part of requirement). As a Constable, I am legally a LEO, but my chief (who I don\'t work for) refuses to recognize us as LEOs and the town hasn\'t seen fit to even issue any of us an ID, so we can\'t meet HR218 as active LEOs.
NYPD posted an Email (posted on the LE forum at AR15.com) that directs all officers to detain (arrest) any traveling armed LEO and confiscate their firearm until their status can be absolutely determined by NYPD HQ.
NJ doesn\'t allow retired NJ LEOs to carry hollow points. Thus they aren\'t sure if visiting LEOs can be arrested for carrying hollow points in NJ.
As for reciprocity . . .
The New England states pride themselves in basically NOT recognizing any other states'permits (generally a requirement for other states to recognize yours). MA recognizes nobody else, NH won\'t recognize FL NR CCW, RI even rejects applicants for renewal since the last two AGs don\'t believe that anyone should carry/possess firearms.
I also wish it were like our drivers licenses, recognized in all 50 states, but I don\'t see it happening, especially in the liberal states where our leadership has granola for brains.