This is a discussion on Colorado Resident Permit within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; We own a second home in a small mountain town near Colorado Springs were we reside 4-5 of the summer months. I inquired with the ...
We own a second home in a small mountain town near Colorado Springs were we reside 4-5 of the summer months.
I inquired with the El Paso County Sheriff's office about obtaining a Resident Conceal Carry Permit and they stated I would need a Colorado Drivers License.
I then pointed out that:
1) Colorado Statues did not specify that a CO DL is required,
2) I would qualify to purchase a firearm in Colorado because I have proof of identity [KS DL] and proof of residence [Property Tax Statement / utility bill].
After review they have replied that yes I can use my KS DL and Property Tax statement to apply for a Colorado Resident Conceal Carry Permit. A KS license is valid for 4-years and a CO permit for 5 years.
My Kansas CCL + Colorado permit would add 5 more reciprocal States.