Reciprocity nightmare

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    Reciprocity nightmare

    I have a resident lifetime IN carry permit, but it sucks that I cannot carry into Ohio which baffels me considering IN honors Ohio permits. Anyway, it looks like if I get a non-resident permit in FL, SC, VA, AZ, UT, ID, or WA then Ohio will honor it.

    Is this correct?

    Also, does anyone know if it's possible to get a permit in any of these states without actually driving to the state (as it would be a pretty good drive for me in NE Indiana).

    Thanks

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    I believe UT still issues permits by mail although they've talked about changing that. You have to find a UT certified instructor in your area who can take the fingerprints and teach UT law. Should be that hard.

    You can check Handgunlaw.us for reciprocity to verify if OH still honers UT permits.

    I have a CO and UT permit and so that's why I chose to comment on that one and not FL etc...
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    Ohio honors the VA non resident permit. It can be accomplished by mail.

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    I have CO, UT, FL.

    UT is a little more useful, but FL is close. Florida doesn't require a special class. Generally, whatever you took for your home state is acceptable there. If your home state doesn't require a class, NRA basic pistol will work.

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    You can get FL by mail.
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    The Florida permit works for me. The Columbus Indiana police department offers free training for city residents (full day, 4 hours class, 4 hours range, plus free lunch!), and that certificate was sufficient to get my Florida permit (by mail).

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    Fl is easy to persue...all by mail, but takes almost 90 days now.
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    But way pay more for the FL CCL when the UT CCL is cheaper? The FL is over $100 every 4-5 years where as the UT is $60 every 5 years. FL takes advantage of the snow birds by ripping them off with the outrageous price.

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    Thumbs up getting non res. ccw permits

    please go to ...stlccw.com. you have to attend class, we got uor MO res. training there, greg also certifed instructor for Florida, Utah...
    you can apply for non res. thru mail... VERY GOOD training course...


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    Quote Originally Posted by dlclarkii View Post
    But way pay more for the FL CCL when the UT CCL is cheaper? The FL is over $100 every 4-5 years where as the UT is $60 every 5 years. FL takes advantage of the snow birds by ripping them off with the outrageous price.
    FL license is now good for 7 years and gives you 33 states (including FL). Proof of NRA basic pistol course is required, along with a fingerprint card. Cost is $117.

    UT requires training by a UT certified instructor in your state.

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    You can't get a SC non-resident unless you own property in SC

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradcat View Post
    please go to ...stlccw.com. you have to attend class, we got uor MO res. training there, greg also certifed instructor for Florida, Utah...
    you can apply for non res. thru mail... VERY GOOD training course...


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    I wish MO had a non-resident permit so I could carry in MD, IIRC

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    My vote is for the Utah permit!!

    Go to http://publicsafety.utah.gov/bci/doc...tstate_044.pdf and find yourself a local instructor. Contact him/her and there you go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlclarkii View Post
    I wish MO had a non-resident permit so I could carry in MD, IIRC
    MO's permit is not good in MD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walvord View Post
    MO's permit is not good in MD.
    Nobody's is. MD is horrible. Even residents have a slim if no chance of getting a permit.

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