Which non resident CCW permits do you have?

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    New Hampshire ! 20 $ you cant beat that with a stick. Also Short turn around.
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    FLORIDA<--WITH FLORIDA ID CARD
    PENN
    UTAH
    MAINE
    MASS
    CONN
    NEW HAMPSHIRE

    Why you ask so many? Who know what the future will hold hedging my bets a little.

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    Currently have only North Carolina
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    My home state is PA, and I have a UT non-res. That gets me recognition in two more states than FL would have (WA and MN) and was cheaper to get, cheaper to renew.

    Florida is recognized in two states where my PA and UT are not (KS and recently-added SC), but only if you're a FL resident.
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    FL., UT., PA., CT., N.H., & ME. I also have my home state of MO.
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    When I lived in Oregon I had an Oregon permit. I have lost a lot of things in Oregon and don't wish to lose any more. One of which is money for the non res permit. I know it is not difficult to get but I don't go there often enough any more to warent spending the money. It is a hastle to have to lock my gun in the trunk when I cut accross the N.E. corner on my way to Utah but I just deal with it. I have taken the long Scenic route through Spokane a couple of times. But since I have retired I also don't go there anymore. Nope Washington Permit is all I need. If Family in Oregon wishes to see me it is there turn to spend the money and come up here.

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    My home state of Mass. (confusion) and Ct. don't need one to visit family in Vt.
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    only a Utah non-res... as a MD resident i'm basicly out of luck in all the states that don't accept non-resident permits.
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    PA, NH, and ME

    Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, and Maine.
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    AZ and FL.
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    got a few

    Home state: Arkansas, I also have: connecticut, new hampshire, pa, I think thats all of them. I don't know off hand without looking.
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    I have a Texas CCW. I believe that it is good in 28 States.

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    Virginia resident and New Hampshire non-resident. Gives me most of the south. Pretty much all I need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HITCH KING View Post
    FLORIDA<--WITH FLORIDA ID CARD
    PENN
    UTAH
    MAINE
    MASS
    CONN
    NEW HAMPSHIRE

    Why you ask so many? Who know what the future will hold hedging my bets a little.
    Forgot Nassau County where I live, I am starting next week for waiver to carry in NYC. I know NYC is tough but I also work for my uncle as a Private Investigator. PI's can enguage in armed security work. So app is going in next week after I get back by armed security guard license from Albany.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matdicdad View Post
    Virginia resident and New Hampshire non-resident. Gives me most of the south. Pretty much all I need.
    The NH in that case only gives you Wyoming, North Dakota, Alabama and Georgia. I'm thinking about it but I'm not sure if it's worth getting NH rather than just going for FL to get the option of NV tacked on there.

    I suppose it's just a matter of how much hassle you are willing to put up with.

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