Non Resident Permit

Non Resident Permit

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    Non Resident Permit

    I have a NC permit, which is honored in TN where we have a camper that we spend 3 - 4 days a week in during the warmer months.
    What would the benefit be for me to have a non-resident TN permit? None that I can think of. NC is honored about everywhere except some of the New England areas, CA etc. so I don't understand why some people get non resident permits in states than accept yours. Thanks!
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    One of the only things that I can think of is to be covered in the case of a change in honoring/reciprocity. Hopefully that will never take place between the two states, but you never know.

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    I first had a PA permit because we camped there. Ohio had none. Then my brother moved to Florida so I got a Florida Permit. We started spending the winter in Florida. Finally Ohio became a free state and I got a Ohio Permit. Now that PA recognizes Ohio I let the PA permit drop. My Florida Permit expires in 2018. I may let it go also. It would save me $117.
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    This is always a question "To renew or not to renew"?
    Unless you are strapped for cash, I would go ahead and renew; Just because.....You never know.

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    MI carriers claim to have found an omission in the purchase law. I'll try to explain it (inal, and we know gun legislation is convoluted by "common sense" anyway)

    In mi, you must get a purchase permit prior to purchasing a pistol. it gets signed at your local pd and notarized. if you have a mi cpl, you can print off a similar form at the time of purchase, and your cpl counts as a bgc. either way, one copy of the purchase permit must be sent to the state police. MI claims this is not "registration", just a list of the purchaser, serial #, caliber, make, model filed with the state police . mi only issues cc permits ti mi residents.

    here is the claimed loophole. the statute specifically requires that process for all mi residents. it does not mention non-residents. some people claim that using a non-resident cc permit from another state allows you to be absolved from the purchase permit process, thus no need to send anything to the state police.

    the mi bgc guideline does not specify that a mi cpl must be used in place of a bgc. any carry permit can be used in place of the bgc. so, mi residents are getting PA, UT, FL non-resident permits to purchase pistols without the MSP purchase permit. they still fill out the 4473 if they purchase from a FFL.

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    My Utah permit covers most places I go. I haven't felt the need to get an out of state permit. I am sure that I am missing some advantages in doing it this way but I'm happy.

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    I have my Oregon permit but also a Arizona one that is recognized by Nevada. I will be getting a Washington one so I can carry there as well if I visit family up there. I hate to go unarmed..
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    No reason for a NC CHP holster to worry about a non res TN permit . Camp away . Just be up to speed on there laws just like you do with our Nc laws .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haywood View Post
    I first had a PA permit because we camped there. Ohio had none. Then my brother moved to Florida so I got a Florida Permit. We started spending the winter in Florida. Finally Ohio became a free state and I got a Ohio Permit. Now that PA recognizes Ohio I let the PA permit drop. My Florida Permit expires in 2018. I may let it go also. It would save me $117.
    Actually it's only about $55 if you renew in person at a Dept of A&CS regional office. But, yeah, if your OH permit is good here, no real need to renew the FL permit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Actually it's only about $55 if you renew in person at a Dept of A&CS regional office. But, yeah, if your OH permit is good here, no real need to renew the FL permit.
    Ohio permits have expanded their reciprocity so, better than when it first started. My Florida Permit dosen't expire until 2018. I have time to think about it.
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