How many "types" of carry permits does your state use?

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    Just one for Arkansas. What do you expect? You either got a carry permit or you don't. And I'm sure a lot that don't still do.

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    Mississippi only issues a Firearms permit. That's it.

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    Oregon only has 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JammanX View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by matiki View Post
    Whoah... Premises only... ??? That is so foreign to me. You mean it's illegal to concealed carry in your home without a permit?
    Premises only means you cannot carry at all, outside your home or office, whatever is specified onthe permit.
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    I'm in Alabama - same as MS here - no "levels"....
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    MATIKI,

    Can't even OWN a pistol without a permit in NY.

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    Mass. has 2;
    Class B non-large capacity.
    Class A large capacity
    The local Chief can restrict lic. at will.
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    How many "types" of carry permits does your state use?
    Other than whatever it is that Chicago aldermen have, none.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAT40 View Post
    Mass. has 2;
    Class B non-large capacity.
    Class A large capacity
    The local Chief can restrict lic. at will.
    Wow. From what I read on the board, I thought Mass was much more complicated than that. I thought there were different types even within the classes (A & B).
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    Massachusetts has many

    Ma. is a blue state and has many restrictions. I am fortunate to have the best license available, non restricted concealed LTC Class A.

    Local chiefs can give you any license that they wish (class a or b) and apply restrictions. Class A large capacity is required to carry automatics. Class B limits you to revolvers. As far as restrictions go, they can limit you to target and sport, employment only, or apply no restrictions all at the chiefs discretion. I think I am missing one of the restrictions but you get the idea. I feel this gives chiefs way too much power. I don't think a small town chief should be interoreting my 2A rights. I am fortunate to have a class A unrestricted LTC. It is rare to obtain one these days. If I so much as get a DUI I will lose it for life. Mass doesn't mess around. I'm way more careful now since the stakes are so high. My 2A right is very important to me. It is so important that I would sell my house and move to a new town if my chief starting imposing restrictions on us law abiding self defense carriers. I hope it never comes to that. Bottom line......Don't move to Massachusetts if given the choice.

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    Massachusetts has many

    Ma. is a blue state and has many restrictions. I am fortunate to have the best license available, non restricted concealed LTC Class A.

    Local chiefs can give you any license that they wish (class a or b) and apply restrictions. Class A large capacity is required to carry automatics. Class B limits you to revolvers. As far as restrictions go, they can limit you to target and sport, employment only, or apply no restrictions all at the chiefs discretion. I think I am missing one of the restrictions but you get the idea. I feel this gives chiefs way too much power. I don't think a small town chief should be interpreting my 2A rights. I am fortunate to have a class A unrestricted LTC. It is rare to obtain one these days. If I so much as get a DUI I will lose it for life. Mass doesn't mess around. I'm way more careful now since the stakes are so high. My 2A right is very important to me. It is so important that I would sell my house and move to a new town if my chief starting imposing restrictions on us law abiding self defense carriers. I hope it never comes to that. Bottom line......Don't move to Massachusetts if given the choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmcc71 View Post
    Ma. is a blue state and has many restrictions. I am fortunate to have the best license available, non restricted concealed LTC Class A.

    Local chiefs can give you any license that they wish (class a or b) and apply restrictions. Class A large capacity is required to carry automatics. Class B limits you to revolvers. As far as restrictions go, they can limit you to target and sport, employment only, or apply no restrictions all at the chiefs discretion. I think I am missing one of the restrictions but you get the idea. I feel this gives chiefs way too much power. I don't think a small town chief should be interpreting my 2A rights. I am fortunate to have a class A unrestricted LTC. It is rare to obtain one these days. If I so much as get a DUI I will lose it for life. Mass doesn't mess around. I'm way more careful now since the stakes are so high. My 2A right is very important to me. It is so important that I would sell my house and move to a new town if my chief starting imposing restrictions on us law abiding self defense carriers. I hope it never comes to that. Bottom line......Don't move to Massachusetts if given the choice.

    Yes, all this is correct.I live in the People's Republic Of Mass also and the only good thing is that I live on Cape Cod, which is beautiful and just about the only redeeming quality about living here.

    I also hold the highest license you can get here, Class A, no restrictions. With a class B license, you may NOT carry a loaded firearm concealed. Only Class A license holders can carry concealed here.

    When I'm ready to "retire" --like I'll be able to anytime soon!-- I'm moving the hell out of here. The taxes are too high and our State House consistently disregards the will of the people who live here.

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    WV=1 permit for pistol/revolver
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