CCW permits

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    CCW permits

    I have my permit for CT, and i have family all over the county.

    I was wondering if there is any organization out there where i can send out an "application" or such and can apply for every state that issues to non-residents. Or am i going to have to contact an LE organization for every state i want to carry in
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    Each state has their unique application requirements......many don't even include local LE. Sorry to say, you'll have to apply to each state individually. The best option might be to find the state(s) that offer the best reciprocity with the states that you'd want to visit and limit your non-resident applications to that/those states.
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    I just looked at the recipricocity laws. Texas will cover half my family, unfortunately, the rest live in no recipricocity states :(
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    florida and utah cover the most states - any others you would probably have to apply for individually, $$$
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    Oh, and here's a handy little interactive map.http://http://www.usacarry.com/conce...formation.html
    The muzzle end of a .45 pretty much says, "Go Away" in every language.

    Fast is fine, accuracy is final. Learn to be slow in a hurry.

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    I'd start with a FL permit and see which states it covers as a non-resident...it just might work for ya'...

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