Maine has only one license.
This is a discussion on How many "types" of carry permits does your state use? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; 2 1 is an emergency one that is issued to people who have a serious fear of life/limb and there i snot enough time to ...
1 is an emergency one that is issued to people who have a serious fear of life/limb and there i snot enough time to go through the hoops for a CHL.
The second is a standard license.
CO has only one, except if you count an emergency temp licence.
NH has only 1 level of permit and it's only for concealed carry. Open carry is legal with no permit at all. NOTE: Carrying in a motor vehicle is considered "concealed" and thus requires a permit.
FL has only 1 level of permit and technically there is no such thing as a NR permit . . . all permits are the same whether you are a resident or not . . . so if a NR holding a FL permit moves to FL, they just file a change of address form and are good to go.
MA! LOTS of mis-information posted above.
Technically MA only has one level of "carry" permit. It is a LTC-A. Any restrictions imposed are at the whim of the issuing chief (351 cities/towns = 351 different sets of "rules" imposed).
There are 5 levels of permits however. And a permit is REQUIRED for mere possession of any guns, ammo or hi-cap mags.
LTC-A = can possess any handgun/rifle/shotgun (except post-9/13/94 so-called "assault weapon" or any hi-cap mag mfd after that date). Whether you can "carry" or not and where depends on any restriction imposed by your local chief. Only handguns can be "carried". All long guns must be encased if on a public way (this even includes going from car/truck while hunting).
LTC-B = can possess any low capacity handgun (10 rds or less) and any long gun (regardless of capacity). Can NOT carry the gun anywhere unless hunting with a hunting license or at a gun range.
FID = can possess only low-capacity rifles (10 rds or less mag) or shotguns (5 rds or less). The capacity restrictions only apply to semi-autos, so pump guns can be of any capacity. Tube-fed .22 RF rifles are also not restricted wrt capacity.
FID-Restricted = can ONLY possess chemical sprays. No firearms or ammo (OC/Mace is considered "ammo" under MGLs).
Machine Gun License = ONLY good for possession of F/A guns. One must be a "bonafide collector" (C&R FFL suffices as evidence of same) or certified police firearms instructor. Can not carry F/A guns anywhere and person would still need a LTC or FID to possess any other types of guns.
Only the FID is "shall issue" providing one meets the requirements of MGLs. Other licenses are 100% discretionary and the local chief can refuse to issue them for any reason other than those prohibited by law (e.g. racial discrimination, etc.). Most cities and towns do issue LTC-A to applicants, but many do restrict them in some fashion.
I'm sure that the above has most people's heads about to spin off its axis, but that is the way MA writes their convoluted laws.