I just went to the the FLA website and requested the paperwork two days ago. I have GA license but it is not recognized by OH where my in-laws live. The FLA license is recognized by OH so since we go up there so much it makes sense for me to get it. Even if some of Ohio's laws are kinda vague...particulary carry in a motor vehicle.BlueLion said:I live in NC, so what is the advantage of having a Florida CCW. My state is honored by Florida. Please explain. Also, if it is an advantage what do I do to get the ball started.
Some states my not recongize your NC permit, but they my recongize the Fla permit. All it does is allow you to carry in more states.BlueLion said:I live in NC, so what is the advantage of having a Florida CCW. My state is honored by Florida. Please explain. Also, if it is an advantage what do I do to get the ball started.
New Hampshire is the same price, has the same requirements and gives you 5 states PA does not: Alabama, Colorado, Louisiana, Mississippi, and North Dakota. PA has 2 that NH does not have: Montana and Texas. You might want to consider both. I don't see andy reason to get Florida and Utah. The only state that Florida gives you that Utah doesn't is PA. Utah has Minnesota and Washington that FL does not. If you have either PA or NH non-resident you have PA so you would be spending $117 for the right to carry in Florida since that is the only state that would not be covered by Utah, PA and NH.Rugerman said:Living in California if I get a FLA permit and a Utah permit I an carry in a total of 38 states. I am also first getting the PA permit because it is only 20.00 and they just want to see your license from your state
Florida does require a training course but it says that the certificate from your state required training class will work. It also requires the trainers signature.