Carrying in three states?

This is a discussion on Carrying in three states? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Backnblack You can bring a gun to MD, Just keep it locked up with the ammo separated and you'll be fine. Only ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backnblack View Post
    You can bring a gun to MD, Just keep it locked up with the ammo separated and you'll be fine.
    Only if my destination is to another state with reciprocity and only make emergency stops while in MD, then you'll be in accordance with the federal interstate transportation laws to have a gun in MD. But if you're destination is MD then you're not protected by the federal interstate transportation laws and you're in possecion of an illegal firearm.

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    NY your out of luck, they do not recognize any out of state permits, and they do not issue non-resident permits. As for Ohio, get a non-resident permit from a state they honor and you'll be good to go. VA permits are honored in both PA and OH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAcanis View Post

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    It could be worse, BBQ.... you could be one of these guys using electric.
    lololol

    Thanks for the info guys.
    So I take it the easist way to be legal to carry in OH is to get a non-resident permit in FLA. I'll check into that route then. It still seems like a roundabout way though. Just sayin'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlclarkii View Post
    DO NOT GO TO NY, NJ, OR MD WITH A GUN! THEY DO NOT HONOR OUT OF STATE PERMITS, MATTER OF SPEAKING THEY ARE MAY ISSUE STATES, MEANING YOU AS A RESIDENT AREN'T GUARENTEED [sic] A PERMIT. YOU WILL LOOSE [sic] YOUR RIGHT TO CARRY ANYWHERE AS THE RESULT OF BRINGING A GUN TO ANY OF THESE STATES...
    I think if you CC into MD, losing your CPL will be the least of your problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAcanis View Post
    I was doing the quick scroll on that FLA PDF file and that thing looks brutal. PA's is a ten minute papperwork fill out and a pic. In and out in 15 minutes if there's no line. A couple weeks later you get it in the mail. I guess I was hoping for a similar permit issue in OH. I'm in NY a heck of a lot more than OH though... Maybe I'll just stay at home (lol).
    That's why a FL permit is recognized in OH and many other states and PA is not. Many other states have some kind of training requirement, and will only honor other states' permits if they have similar requirements. Since PA has no training requirement, such states don't recognize the PA LTCF.
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