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    Michigan welcomes you with your Pennsylvania License as a PA. resident.
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    Can't LEOs carry in all 50 states? Is it absolutely impractical to get LEO certification as a back door universal carry license? I think I've heard Ted Nugent say that he's a constable in Texas... Does that count?

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    New Hampshire is a good one too. I have a Va resident and the NH non-resident added quite a few southern states.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T Bone View Post
    While the Michigan license is a good one (by my count, I'm covered in 36 States with the recent addition of Nevada), unfortunately Michigan does not issue to non-residents (Michigan does honor all other States permits/licenses to residents of the issuing State though).
    Adding Nevada caused the Michigan permit to surpass Tennessee's permit by one state; when We add Washington, we'll be even again. Tennessee has a non-resident permit though. Apparently it is extremely difficult to obtain.
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    I don't believe you can get a non-resident NY permit. MD technically does issue out-of-state permits but you must either be connected,an attorney,armored car driver,or LEO. I read a blog about a guy who tried for a MD resident permit. They made him jump through all kinds of hoops only to deny him at the end. So I guess get the trunk boxes ready for the trip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stanislaskasava View Post
    Can't LEOs carry in all 50 states? Is it absolutely impractical to get LEO certification as a back door universal carry license?
    Yes active LEO can carry in all 50 states retired LEO must qualify once a year with an instructor who is licensed thru DCJS for you home state. How does somebody get LEO certification?

    I have Florida, Utah, New Hampshire, Penn, Connecticut, Maine. Would Love to cover all 50 states.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T Bone View Post
    Pretty sure AZ does too.... not that it matters in this case.
    As far as I know, AZ does not distinguish between residents and nonresidents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HITCH KING View Post
    Yes active LEO can carry in all 50 states retired LEO must qualify once a year with an instructor who is licensed thru DCJS for you home state. How does somebody get LEO certification?

    I have Florida, Utah, New Hampshire, Penn, Connecticut, Maine. Would Love to cover all 50 states.
    Well I guess 'active' is the trick... from wiki:

    In order to be covered as a "qualified law enforcement officer," a person must meet each and every one of the following criteria: He or she must be (1) "an employee of a governmental agency"; (2) "is authorized by law to engage in or supervise the prevention, detection, investigation, or prosecution of, or the incarceration of any person for, any violation of law"; (3) has "statutory powers of arrest"; (4) "is authorized by the agency to carry a firearm"; (5) "is not the subject of any disciplinary action by the agency"; (6) "meets standards, if any, established by the agency which require the employee to regularly qualify in the use of a firearm"; and (7) "is not prohibited by Federal law from receiving a firearm." In addition, the privilege conferred by the law applies only when the individual "is not under the influence of alcohol or another intoxicating or hallucinatory drug or substance.
    I am wondering what is the easiest way to meet all of the requirements? Some sort of reserve deputy?

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    I'm wondering same, toward say PT work.
    Park police?
    Beach police?

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    In my neck of the woods, "Reserve Deputy" is GIVEN out by the local sheriffs as a "thank you" for SIGNIFICANT campaign contributions, etc.

    You get a badge, ID and a very pretty citation you can frame.

    BUT:

    - You DON'T Become a gov't employee,
    - You can't make arrests,
    - You don't attend any academy (required by state law prior to having powers of arrest),
    - The agency doesn't authorize you to carry a firearm.

    To put it bluntly, this isn't the way to get "free passage" on CCW.

    Even active Reserve POs get grief and may or may not be eligible under LEOSA . . . depends on agency and state laws.

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