This is a discussion on Hello from UT within the New Members Introduce Yourself forums, part of the DefensiveCarry.com Forum Office category; The line below the avatar may say "Rochester, NY" - I will be moving to there as soon as next year. I look forward to ...
The line below the avatar may say "Rochester, NY" - I will be moving to there as soon as next year.
I look forward to obtaining a full carry license in one of the counties that have reasonable policy in issuance after I meet residency requirement (six months residency with proof of a DMV record, handgun possession permit, maybe firearm/tactical training certification to assure the issuing judge).
I currently have a UT resident CFL that will be converted to Non-Resident when I complete relocation.
I would love to take a fun-filled vacation in Massachusetts (national park, camping, sailing and Boston) and Florida (Disney World/Universal Studios, Everglades national park), however I have yet to check these states' non-resident permit requirements.
I lurk for carry stories and tips.
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Howdy from Texas .........glad to have you join in..........
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Welcome from Mo. Utah is a beautiful state, albeit it a little intolerant of outsiders. Spent some time in Sandy, and South Jordan.
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