South Dakota Enters into Right-to-Carry

South Dakota Enters into Right-to-Carry

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    South Dakota Enters into Right-to-Carry

    On Friday, June 5, South Dakota Secretary of State Chris Nelson announced Right-to-Carry reciprocity agreements with Maine and Virginia.

    South Dakota will now recognize Right-to-Carry permits from Virginia and Maine. In turn, Virginia and Maine will recognize permits from South Dakota. Virginia will only recognize permits issued to South Dakotans who are at least twenty-one years old.

    Permit holders must still comply with the laws that apply in whichever state they are traveling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loadedtech View Post
    On Friday, June 5, South Dakota Secretary of State Chris Nelson announced Right-to-Carry reciprocity agreements with Maine and Virginia.

    South Dakota will now recognize Right-to-Carry permits from Virginia and Maine. In turn, Virginia and Maine will recognize permits from South Dakota. Virginia will only recognize permits issued to South Dakotans who are at least twenty-one years old.

    Permit holders must still comply with the laws that apply in whichever state they are traveling.
    A vacation to South Dakota just became a little more palatable.
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    I read it and wonder if I could or could not carry in SD on a non-res Maine permit ?.

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    I don't know where this came from (The above), but I have been riding to Sturgis, SD for a looooong time now and was carrying concealed because VA and SC has had this agreement for a as long as I can remember.

    Is there something new about this reciprocity that I don't know about?

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    I read it and wonder if I could or could not carry in SD on a non-res Maine permit ?.

    Sorry I looked up My own question. SD honours FL and UT non-res.

    VA is also on the list. Your good to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccman View Post
    I read it and wonder if I could or could not carry in SD on a non-res Maine permit ?.

    Sorry I looked up My own question. SD honours FL and UT non-res.

    VA is also on the list. Your good to go.
    Looks like you can carry in SD on a non-res Maine permit. However, you can't carry in Maine on a non-res SD permit(if they even have one).
    Looks like this is Maine's first reciprocity agreement?
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    Looks like this is Maine's first reciprocity agreement?

    Well good it's a start. I got the non-res Maine as I go that way at times. It was like $60. for 5 years if I remember right.

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    Outstanding! Always nice to see further reciprocity agreements.
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