Nevada/Michigan Sign Reciprocity Agreement

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    Nevada/Michigan Sign Reciprocity Agreement

    Nevada Dept of Public Safety is reporting they have signed a reciprocity agreement with the state of Michigan. This brings to 10 the number of states Nevada has signed with. Michigan honors all other states resident permits.

    Handgunlaw.us will be updated in the next 24 hours to reflect this change is reciprocity.
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    Absolutely beyond great. Thanks to all that help do it.
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    MI doing great

    Actually Nevada is the last state Michigan can sign with. They have signed with everyone who can legally enter into or honor other states permits. Maine is in the process of coming up with a list of states they will honor. Michigan will most likely sign with them also. Wish every state was like Michigan.
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    This is a good one, but many more to go...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Slider View Post
    Wish every state was like Michigan.
    Our laws regarding reciprocity are nice, but the laws regarding NFA items stink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swinkster View Post
    Our laws regarding reciprocity are nice, but the laws regarding NFA items stink.
    At least FA is attainable here now. But the SBR/SBS and supressor laws really don't mesh well with that, do they?

    Glad to hear Nevada is finally recognizing our license. I was there last year, didn't get the non-resident permit. Was going to go back this winter, nice to know I won't have to go through the course/paperwork.

    I think that makes us legal in about 34 States now
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    Excellent. What are the qualifications for MI CWP as far as training, fingerprints,exc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by press1280 View Post
    Excellent. What are the qualifications for MI CWP as far as training, fingerprints,exc?
    a one or 2 day class (I think 8 or 10 hours). Mostly classroom, range requirement. There is a background check and fingerprinting. Also a good-sized list of disqualifying criteria/conviction. (Domestic violence, DUI, etc)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cupcake View Post
    a one or 2 day class (I think 8 or 10 hours). Mostly classroom, range requirement. There is a background check and fingerprinting. Also a good-sized list of disqualifying criteria/conviction. (Domestic violence, DUI, etc)
    So Michigan has obviously signed agreements with states that do not have training and/or fingerprint requirements?
    If more states think the way MI does, there would be full reciprocity across the country,minus the usual suspects(see the states that filed a brief in Heller in defense of DC's handgun ban).
    "The right of the whole people, old and young, men, women and boys, and not militia only, to keep and bear arms of every description, not such merely as are used by the militia, shall not be infringed, curtailed, or broken in upon, in the smallest degree..."
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    The license is issued by county (of residence) gun boards (a shall issue law is now in effect since aprox. 2001). No non resident licenses are available. Time for processing the license varies greatly from county to county , with the worst I am aware of being Wayne County (Detroit area). My last renewal there took 5 months (same as an initial application).

    Prints (full set) submitted to FBI, who must complete a background check.

    The training course is very similar to that required in Nevada. There are a few significant differences in that you can train with any handgun (license does not specify a weapon, may carry any legal pistol).

    We do have a "saftey inspection" (defacto registration) card similar to your blue cards, but ours are green.

    The course must be by someone certified by the State to train, consists of classroom and live fire training (50 rounds minimum, to include ranges of 10, 15 and 21feet) and covers the laws of the State, areas prohibiting carry, etc.

    Shoot/no shoot situations are covered (from a legality stand point). Generally there will be a minor bit on tactics and/or advanced training.

    Course duration is 8 hour minimum (5 hour classroom, 3 hour range), and there is a written test. You must pass the written and minimum range standards.

    For renewal, Michigan has in recent years dropped the class requirement, but at minimum you must now prove by affidavit and receipt that you've trained at least one hour in the past six months at a shooting range.

    Any other questions can probably be answered at the Michigan State Police's FAQ page on CPL (for some reason, the link to training requirements is broken).
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    Last edited by T Bone; May 11th, 2008 at 01:45 PM. Reason: Correction on class time
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    Quote Originally Posted by press1280 View Post
    So Michigan has obviously signed agreements with states that do not have training and/or fingerprint requirements?
    If more states think the way MI does, there would be full reciprocity across the country,minus the usual suspects(see the states that filed a brief in Heller in defense of DC's handgun ban).
    Michigan honors ALL other State's permits, whether they honor ours or not (so Nevada has always been honored here). One caveat, Michigan honors these permits ONLY if the permit holder is a resident of the issuing State.
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    another great thing for all of us, esp. me as I travel to Las Vegas several times a year and I'm lwving on Wed, again.
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