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Leaving your CHL at home while traveling

This is a discussion on Leaving your CHL at home while traveling within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by rhinokrk Utah State law requires that I carry my CFP whether carrying or not, I must also inform LE that I am ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhinokrk View Post
    Utah State law requires that I carry my CFP whether carrying or not, I must also inform LE that I am a CFP holder whether or not I am carrying.

    So yes, I carry my permit, always.
    Hmmm...Interesting. I wonder how that applies to non residents.

    Given that one is traveling to a state where their CC is recognized, I would presume that the sidearm wold be along for the ride in some fashion as well as the permit. If not, well we covered that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sticks View Post
    Hmmm...Interesting. I wonder how that applies to non residents.

    Given that one is traveling to a state where their CC is recognized, I would presume that the sidearm wold be along for the ride in some fashion as well as the permit. If not, well we covered that.
    I would assume that all Utah requirements need to be met by non residents. They should have gone through that during the UT CCW class.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhinokrk View Post
    I would assume that all Utah requirements need to be met by non residents. They should have gone through that during the UT CCW class.
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    I think what your planning is just fine.....double check Kaliforina state law about HAVING to show your CCL/CWL wether carrying or not

    FWIW.....when traveling, actually anytime, I have a photocopy of all important documents in my wallet with me...but not on my person, just in case my wallet gets stolen or I lose it. It's a good idea to do that at least once a year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sticks View Post
    Reciprocity
    Ahh,

    I think you are responsible to know and follow all state laws, though this is such a minor offense I would think you would just get a verbal warning (being from out of state and not carrying). Utah law enforcement generally pro ccw.
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