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Non resident CCW in states without reciprocity

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    - I have a CA permit
    - and an AZ non-resident permit
    - AZ is a good one to get





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    Quote Originally Posted by flh View Post
    Arizona non-resident

    Permit(s) Not Honored In:
    California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Guam, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Virgin Islands, Washington, American Samoa, N. Mariana Islands
    Thanks. I do know that as I check reciporicity changes regularly. In my original post O mentioned going to FL from PA and only having a problem in MD. I also would have a problem in SC, but I go around the State. My route to FL is a bit longer than it has to be because I do that. I also drive from SE PA tp SC PA because I have route that means I only have to be in unfriendly MD for 10 miles. Between my resident PA and non resident AZ I am covered in every state I drive through on that trip. I decided a long time ago that I would rather travel extra miles than not have my CCW rights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ohioman1972 View Post
    I have had my Ohio resident CCW for a few years. Iím a truck driver, and looking at requesting non resident CCW in states I will be in frequently. Illinois wonít issue, but I can carry in the vehicle. Maryland said I donít have a good reason. Has anyone been successful in obtaining a non-resident CCW in the non-gun-friendly states?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pskys2 View Post
    Yep the Progressive States just don't feel your life is valuable enough to be a "valid reason". Sad isn't it when the law abiding citizens life has less value than the criminal. And of course being a Truck Driver never takes one into questionable neighborhoods or situations?
    I also have the non-resident Illannoy permits and I live in Texas. I understand the reason for just the four states that Illannoy anoints is because those four states have mental health reporting requirements.
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    Your friend is very fortunate indeed. Many years ago I applied for a permit just to teach security firearms courses in Maryland and was told no go. The company I worked for based in Virginia had several contracts in the Maryland-D.C. area.

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