Looking for reciprocity information in lieu of packing.org

Looking for reciprocity information in lieu of packing.org

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    Looking for reciprocity information in lieu of packing.org

    When I originally decided to pursue a CCW permit, I was using packing.org to gather information about relevant laws and reciprocity. Now that website is unavailable. Where can I go to find out which states have reciprocity and what I need to do in order to legally carry in those states?


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    Cool. It looks pretty straightforward. Many states do honor the Virginia permit. What about states that don't honor the Virginia permit? If I wanted to travel there and carry a concealed weapon, would I be able to obtain a permit there even if I don't live there?

    If this information is contained on one of the aforementioned websites, can you point me in the right direction to find it on the website?

    Thanks

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    Some states issue non-resident permits. Florida and Utah come to mind. States like Maryland.... good luck trying to get one. Laws are complicated and you will learn over time I'm sure.

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    Yeah MD doesn't really issue CCW from what I hear. It's unfortunate as I do need to spend a decent amount of time there. I do need to look into their laws though to find out if I can have a weapon in the car even if I am not headed to the range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old skool View Post
    Yeah MD doesn't really issue CCW from what I hear. It's unfortunate as I do need to spend a decent amount of time there. I do need to look into their laws though to find out if I can have a weapon in the car even if I am not headed to the range.
    Speaking of MD. I am driving from NC to PA. No problem except for the short cross MD. What should I do with my gun?
    And can I carry in Gettysburg?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncccw01 View Post
    Speaking of MD. I am driving from NC to PA. No problem except for the short cross MD. What should I do with my gun?
    And can I carry in Gettysburg?
    unload and lock separate from ammo in the trunk while passing thru Maryland.

    While IN PA you are good to go, altho CC in federal parks (Gettysburg battlefield) is prohibited. Just leave it in the car when you are out and about on the battlefields. In town you are good.

    http://paopencarry.org/PennsylvaniaGunRights.pdf

    That should give you more info on PA. We're pretty unrestricted. No carry in K-12 schools, Courthouses, state and federal parks and federal buildings.

    Restaurants that serve alcohol are ok, as are churches etc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncccw01 View Post
    And can I carry in Gettysburg?
    Anything managed by the National Park Service is off-limits by federal regulation.

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    I have a Virginia resident and a New Hampshire non-resident. It pretty much covers the south. I can't imagine wanting to go somewhere else.

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    If you want to know who has reciprosity with Virginia check out the Virginia State Police website. Virginia State Police

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtroha View Post
    Anything managed by the National Park Service is off-limits by federal regulation.
    Yeah, there's just something about National Parks that makes otherwise law abiding people just go completely bonkers and start killing people right and left when they get there. That's the main reason why I avoid them at all costs.

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    The State agency that issued the permit should have a list of states with reciprocity to it. Florida has it on line at the Dept of Agriculture Website.
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