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    Here's one for ya.

    I'm deploying to Korea for a yr and just found out that when i get back we will be moving to SC. Now i have a VA resident concealed permit but am a legal resident of FL. Where do i stand with SC and reciprocity. Looks confusing to me.

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    go look at the link posted in main forum handgunlaw.us has all the info you want.

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    For SC you have to be a resident of the state that issues your permit.

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    IN "most" states, members of the service stated there are given the same privileges as a resident.
    Check into that aspect of SC permits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 22crew View Post
    I'm deploying to Korea for a yr and just found out that when i get back we will be moving to SC. Now i have a VA resident concealed permit but am a legal resident of FL. Where do i stand with SC and reciprocity. Looks confusing to me.
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    Since you are no longer a resident of VA, I doubt your resident permit would be valid. Since you are still a legal resident of Florida a Florida permit would be valid, if you have one. Just like VA, SC recognizes military assigned in the state as residents, go ahead and get a SC permit.
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    As military, you can get a SC CWP... go to SLED's website www.sled.sc.gov
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    Military stationed in SC are considered "residents". As long as you meet all other qualifications, you are eligible to apply for a permit in SC. As for reciprocity, www.handgunlaw.us will answer those questions for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XD in SC View Post
    As military, you can get a SC CWP... go to SLED's website South Carolina Law Enforcement Division
    Your URL was broken for some reason, I edited it inside your quote to make it work.

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